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The Original Electro Album. The Essentials. Bronski Beat. The Essential Kenny Loggins. Producer, Synthesizer, Composer. The Chase. Doctor Kucho. The Best of Vanessa-Mae. The Annual The 80's Now. Vic Latino. Star Academy: Fait Sa Boum. Star Academy 2. Solar Spectrums. Chris Coco. School Disco. Montefiori Cocktail. Power Up.
Pop Goes the 70's [K-Tel]. Platinum 80s. Paul Mauriat. Party Central. Party Anthems, Vol. Paramount Pictures 90th Anniversary: Memorable Songs. Paramount Pictures 90th Anniversary: Memorable Scores. Grupo Triunfo. On the Rocks. Edison Lighthouse. Pepsi Chart Album The musical composition is so creative, and presented in such a quick manner, that you have to listen several times to hear how much is really going on. Despite less than great recording quality, this six-song EP out of Central Florida is not to be missed.
Destination: Earth! Take your favorite surf rock and rockabilly bands, strap them to a Titan rocket and launch them right the hell to space!
What results is Destination: Earth! That's the only way I can describe this. These guys R5-D4, 7-Zark-7 and Raider-X are completely immersed in the future and all things that belong there.
This is surprisingly good, especially Raider-X who is one badass drumming astronaut. This is a lot of fun and is worth your dollars, or whatever they use in the distant future. This two bassists, one drummer group doesn't pretend that it has some deep musical purpose -- they just don't know how to play guitar.
That aside, you could say their music is melodic, moody, and mostly vocal-free. Extra points for those who know the origin of the name.
Give up? It's the garbage-eating creature from Star Wars. All that aside, Stop Shopping, Start Crafting! The beats are mid to low tempo, falling into and out of the trip hop category. The moody guitars complement the melodic style of Michael Padilla's vocals, while the use of keyboards appears often, but is not relied upon as a crutch.
Their sound is energetic and emotional, at times reminiscent of Sunny Day Real Estate. It's nice that English Earl actually stay true to their influences as they say they do. These are simple songs that everyone can enjoy for a nice, calm listen. Most songs seem to be divided into two parts, the hardcore part and the rap part, even though there is way more hardcore than rap. This is good, since the rapping is mediocre.
E-Town Concrete is an excellent hardcore band, yet they dirty it up by trying to conform to the latest musical fad. The music starts off as OK, very decent hardcore, but then the singer starts up and you get the distinct impression that he has just sustained a serious kick in the nuts.
It's too screechy. There is great energy and potential here, but the vocals need get reined in and settled back some. Evolotto is a solid hardcore disc, though it's not very hardcore, mixing it up a little here and there. Nearly every song starts off with a really cool, really heavy bass line and you think they're going to plow into sheer destruction every song.
Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't, but every song has a hook. It's different from the standard hardcore. There's almost enough of a smartass edge to the lyrics to drive them into punk territory if they weren't so damn clever, but given the music, this is a good thing. I could get into this stuff, especially songs like "doomed! If you ever happen to be near NYC, catch a show - if only to snag the free comic book flyer. Crumb impression. The first song didn't get me too excited but the second song is happy and got my feet tappin'.
It has a definite psychedelic feel to it and would probably be an instant favorite to those who regularly spark up a fatty and puff their problems away.
It's, like, cooooool, man. Lyrically and sonically, they show the influence of Fugazi "Some Gods" and "Cue to You" carbon copies the Fugazi blueprint. This is music time would forget, with lyrics that embrace politics and social responsibility with conviction few bands share today.
Perhaps we have failed the revolution, moving from Fugazi-influenced political core to Green Day songs of dating pop-punk to emo-songs of not being able to land a date. This is music for release and reflection. Give it a listen, or at least read the lyric sheet. The tone is extremely melancholy, and will sometimes pick up the power and provide a hard-edged couple of riffs to show us just how melancholy it is. I like this stuff for atmosphere. Galloping Coroners has been around for 25 years, blending Hungarian tribal music with electric guitars to hypnotize the listener with the repetitive patters that are formed through the mostly improvised music.
This 75 minute gem encompasses a live performance recorded in Budapest, where they performed alongside San Francisco's Neurosis. Combining a true rock sense, hardcore intensity and emotional orchestration, Garrison has created a sound they can call their own.
Each song has a melodic rock approach with crescendos and tempo changes expressing true emotion, vocals that enhance it and guitar parts that bob and weave. Eight years ago, they held their own playing with bands like The Smoking Popes and Green Day, and this posthumous compilation shows why.
Their rhythm section and emotional lyrics are way ahead of the curve. There's a little fondness here for freaky time changes that might appeal to college rock fans, and shows what punk might have become in the latter half of the decade with a little intelligence. After Super Golden Original Movement, they updated their sound a bit by adding vocals to their instrumental guitar sound. Even though they sound a bit different, you will recognize their sound immediately, V.L.T.J. (2000 Remix) - Various - The Kitsch Hits Non-Stop Party Album (CD), and you will like it.
There's a definite nod to 's hard rock bands like Led Zeppelin. The tracks are a mix of hardcore, rapid-paced punk rock and melodic, pop-power-punk. The vocals are great, as usual and the music is top-notch -- just what we've come to expect from a band that's been doing it for nearly 10 years. Here it is. This is full on, churning, heavy, indiscernible grindcore.
I'm not a big grindcore fan but that's not to say this isn't good. I mean, with songs like "Hurricane Jello," how can you go wrong? My eyes still hurt from trying to read the cover and back of the CD case. Now, on to the music. This is a trio from California and they're not too bad.
The first song rocks pretty good but then they get mellow for a while and drop in an instrumental before rocking out again on track five, "Gone. The band claims to enjoy improving and it shows on this debut full-length offering. I think if they got a little edgier, a little more daring and stayed with one formula, they'd kick some ass.
Pop-punk for the pop-punk minded and zany-ass horror movie kitsch for the hordes of goons who dig that kind of stuff. The disc has those kinds of songs that you hear and then find that you can't get them out of your head no matter what you do.
You scream and scream and finally, driven mad, you get a drill to exorcise the music, but suddenly you realize that you like it there. And I mean that in the nicest possible way. The music they call it folk is well written and fun to listen to. I did not really like this the first time I listened, and now I simply cannot figure out why. I really like it. What I got was more like a ball-peen hammer in the back of the skull.
This is driving, riff-oriented metal. It is rich with little surprises that make you smile, from the layered harmonies to the acoustic guitar and strong drum lines that support it. All 18 tracks are overflowing with intensity, driving, pounding forward with energized punk rock attitude. Despite the ferocious pace, Kid Dynamite find ways to fit melody in when necessary.
They've taken the speedy skaterock sound of the mid-late '80s and given it a facelift for the year It's too bad they decided to call it quits. You'd be tempted to classify them as death metal, but you probably shouldn't, if only because you can understand their lyrics. Fans of Entombed, Gutted and Dismember will probably like this. Yup, you read right. This is melodic metal, a la Iron Maiden, yet the singer sounds like he belongs in the angriest, most Alannis Morissette-hating emo band out there.
This is a great disc musically for you metalheads but I'm not sold on the singer. This is music for texture's sake, where the whole is worth more than the sum of its parts.
This is the kind of music you expect yoga teachers listen to while meditating, to clear their minds. It worked for me. The music feels like radio rock, not at all the powerful punk that the promotional material made it out to be. Definitely not as punk or good as their past stuff. This is huge, noisy and fierce. This is the music to put in when your Grandma comes and you want her to leave. This is grinding, killer noise. This is a five-song EP that has me anxiously awaiting their full-length debut this summer.
The songs are well crafted and the harmonies are excellent. Mayhem has been around since the mid's. They're most famous, unfortunately, for the murder of their lead singer by a band mate and for the suicide of another member.
If you ever have an hour to kill pardon the pungo look it up on the Net. It's very interesting. Anywho, my friend Chris is going to love this one. Musically, they're extremely tight and downright brutal. It never ceases to amaze me how bands that play this fast can sound so clean. The singer, of course, is a little scratchy, but that's the gig.
Death metal fans will die over this one. Not picking it up is a grave mistake. The guitars play patterns that slowly change until you find yourself listening to something else completely, and the keyboards follow suit. Zion and the Album Leaf will feel right at home here. As soon as you start this CD, you will be glued to your seat for the next 74 minutes It was originally intended to be a three-CD set, but they cut it down to one!
Michael J. Sheehy has always loved music. After the rock and roll party that was the Dream City Film Club disbanded, he decided it was time to return to his own music.
This, his debut CD, is a great departure from his Film Club days, very personal and emotional. Most songs are very slow, where instrumentation takes a back seat to his heart-felt singing. Picture a dark room, where Sheehy sits on a bar stool, eyes closed, head tilted towards the microphone, letting his true feelings out through his songs. Such was my thinking on Moral Crux until about four songs in.
Not that they're bad, mind you. There's some attitude scattered through a lot of the songs here, but the vocals get a little too ambitious just as often. Fast and sloppy is how they dig it, and gosh darn-it, you'd better dig it too. Otherwise, you've just made a very bad call This is a nice surprise. The band is definitely talented and the singer sounds a bit like Weiland from Stone Temple Pilots. You'll probably find yourself spacing-out without realizing it.
That, or subconsciously swaying with the gentle, spacey beats. It's a very good mix. A suspense-building keyboard intro pumps you up for the radio-ready opener song "Shine," whose title accurately describes the album. Like all things plastic, this album is very well produced and should remain listenable for a very long time. The music is creatively diverse, blending noise with rock, garage with pop, melody with chaos, complexity with minimalism.
The second half of the song it's 12 minutes long was rewritten to include strings, keys and percussion, as opposed to its original ending, which was just an ambient texture of rain sounds.
The second and final track 18 minutes gives Matmos a turn to shine. Given full access to the master tapes of the first track, as well as samples from Handwriting, and some live performances, Matmos created a sonic collage that, while being a work all its own, still maintains identity of its parent band, Rachel's. They take heavily from the early punk sounds of The Clash, The Cure and Mission of Burma -- but Radio 4 adds a pointed, more aggressive aspect to their songs.
The melodies are infectious, getting under your skin and forcing you to move to the beat. While some metalcore bands have screaming vocals, these are worse than most. The vocals are thick and always sound like the guy needs to clear his throat. And, while the music is creative, intense and full of cool breaks and changes it's all lost on the awful vocals. Well, believe what you want.
There is heavy use of keyboards, like on the Kids' most recent releases. The vocals are solid and the music is super melodic and definitely in the emo vein. With all the pre-release hype I was expecting a little more, but it's still a solid album. This release is tracks of toe-tappin', guitar-drivin' tunes. With a rock and roll feel, the album storms forward from there with a '80s rock meets '90s emo attitude. There's only one downside to this release -- it's a four-song EP and they've teased me into wanting more.
Entirely improvised, San Agustin plays "cascading, flickering blues" straight off the cuff without aid of archaic sheet music. If you're fascinated by live TV, you'll be doubly, perhaps triply fascinated with the way these five play together spontaneously without tripping over each other. Hell no!
Though they disbanded back in mid's, they're back now with three original members kicking ass like never before. This is one of the best punk releases I've heard this year and it's no surprise. You're going to keep hearing about them so you might as well be a leader and not a follower.
Get it first! This is continuation of their amazing hardcore output, with three tracks by the heavy music heroes. Lyrically, this is a ton better than their debut on Equal Vision. Though Another Victim lacks the melody and heavy finesse of Shai Hulud, the two bands compliment one another for a solid record, complete with a hidden track of hardcore screams. The music is guitar-focused rock, and pretty good stuff for what it is.
I really like the vocals, which are sung and have a bit of harmonizing. It's the CD to get the middle school set into hardcore, and give the 30 above set some easy listening hardcore from familiar names.
Give it a listen. You may enjoy it. It is a departure from your basic indie pop, having a very pleasing, almost organic sound with great harmonic vocals. You could call them hardcore, with heavy guitar work and raspy vocals that are intelligible most of the time. Their songs have plenty of tempo changes, keeping the listener interested and avoiding repeating themselves.
I have loved them for years and now, finally, they are brought back into my life. This EP features seven songs, all covers. It is wonderful. Even though the songs are not originals, they still have that special, drunk punk Sloppy Seconds sound. Surrounded by quirky, guitar-based music and filled in with creative, poetic, intelligent lyrics, Solomon proves that folk isn't dead pay attention, punks! Sounding like Cat Stevens meets Barenaked Ladies meets Bob Dylan, Solomon is one of those bands that probably won't get the attention, respect or fans it truly deserves.
Listening to this CD will make your Sunday afternoon more than just the day before you go back to work. The tunes are catchy as hell and take cues from such artists as Tom Petty and Merle Haggard. Speedbuggy has created indie-country for the new millennium. It is an amazing work of melodic energy and intensity. But Four Hours Light has already made my list of most disappointing albums of Every song on this album seems like it was crafted for radio -- those "new rock" stations.
There is little or no energy and few times there is hope, the music drops back into a wimpy V.L.T.J. (2000 Remix) - Various - The Kitsch Hits Non-Stop Party Album (CD) rock sound that made Third Eye Blind popular. There is little good I can say about this album. Get Calendar, because this record deserves less then four hours of light. It's a good thing they did, because this record is great! Not only is this superb guitar driven indie rock with a touch of pop, but it is rounded out by strings and keyboards that make Loser Friendly one of the better CD's I've heard in a while.
First, as singer for the aggressive metal outfit Neurosis, and as a member of the atmospheric Tribes of Neurot. Finally, Von Till reveals yet another musical project, his debut as a solo artist, "As the Crow Flies. Songs take their time to develop, one of them being over 10 minutes long. This disc would play nicely after listening to Neurosis' "Times of Grace," calming you down after the storm that is Neurosis.
Combining new school gangsta styles with old school ghetto beats, Strange Sanity comes correct with bumpin' music and intelligent lyrics. This crew deserves respect -- a full-length release is something I'm looking forward to. Let me quote directly: "Stungun play dreamy angst pop for the terminally teary.
Actually, upon listening, while no bucket o'crispy fried sunshine, they certainly aren't the Sylvia Plath of southern CA in a two-person band, either. This is not a great CD, but I think I would like them live. Perhaps it's just poor production or maybe they don't translate to a recording studio well, but music that is intended to be "uncluttered, atmospheric music that is at once futuristic and steeped in classic form Oh, the irony.
I'm easily amused. So how do they sound? A lot like a dark trio of guys who spent time a lot of time listening to and being influenced by Peter Murphy. Yep, they're pretty good. Me, I'd just like to say that Suplecs will piledrive your CD player! OK, now that that's out of my system, I can recommend this one to fans of hardcore southern rock everywhere. Plenty of fuzzbox guitars here, with even fuzzier vocals. Their slower, nastier songs are best, sliding along the barroom floor with that nice little Black Sabbath crunch, while the fast, loud ones will definitely knock the velvet Elvis off the wall of your trailer.
Dig it. Each song is like a swift kick to your side, a melodic dose of powerful rock that has a sound akin to The Stereo but rougher, far less candy-coated. Included are five brand new songs, some re-recordings and more. You can't help but sing-a-long. Useless I. They are a foursome hailing from Israel. Their sound is akin to The Ataris, quick-paced punk rock with super melodies, wild guitar parts and tempo changes to make you dance.
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