- Audio CD (27 Sept. 2010)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Too Many Robots
- ASIN: B0040Y78YI
- Other Editions: MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 258,199 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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All in all Zodiac isn't a terrible album - it's just weak and doesn't carry the instant appeal of Kill and Flashy before this album.
I have reciently just got really into the band after getting a bit bored of hip hop and the usual punk rock (the offspring ect) so i was looking for something new a fresh, and i decided to YouTube some bands and ended up on "Gay Bar" which i heard before and remembered how much i enjoyed the band. I then purchased the first album and went online only to find out they were touring the U.K, so i obviously got a ticket, and realised it was their "Zodiac" album so i though might as well get that album too!
I'd already heard a few songs on YouTube so i knew what to expect, but there is plenty of others i hadn't which have really pleased me!
Here's my quick thoughts on each song:
After Hours - A fantastic opening song which really opens the album and sets a good standard. Catchy lyrics and synthesisers (i think)
American Cheese - Quite a bizzare song, but very catchy with good sax ect
Clusterf**k - One of my top songs on the album, extremely catchy.
Countdown to the countdown - Very good song with pretty cool drums and good lyrics
Doom and Gloom and Doom and Gloom - Another one of my favourites, watch out for the legendary sax solo, slightly different to previous electric six tracks
Jam it in the hole - Literally one of the best songs i have ever heard, and most definately the best on the album!
It ain't punk rock - More of a heavier electric six song, another top class song!
Love song for myself - What i call "traditional" electric six, very similair to songs from "fire", which is a good thing, because its a good song with some extremely weird but amusing lyrics!Read more ›
Either way, Zodiac follows their tradition of great albums (may not have some of the superstar tracks of previous albums) but it really is a good effort. Jam it in the Hole and I Am A Song stand out as amazing tracks on this.
Take a chance and buy an Electric Six album - I did 3 years ago, 3 weeks later I had them all and 3 years in a row have watched them in London. How they are ignored by the mainstream is beyond me, no alt/rock band touring today comes close to them, and if you ever get a chance to see them live, take it!!! Awesome.
Every song could be a single, unlike my views on the albums Switzerland and Flashy which had a few weak moments. I think Electric Six should be up there with some of the greatest rock bands ever, if people were willing to look beyond the Danger and Gay Bar they are most famous for and see that they are actually amazing musicians who write amazing, feel good rock songs, with some great sexy, dirty, and funny lyrics to add to the enjoyment.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great band, love listening to this album but I can stop with this, need to buy the next album and listen to more of themPublished on 4 Jan. 2013 by Glen
Electric Six - Zodiac (Too Many Robots)
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