Yeah, I can see now why he quit, then!
Their myspace says they're Heavy Metal? Que?
And it sounds like that too? Que?
I don't like Heavy metal? Que?
cause it's bloody good.
What it is, is damn boring, which was the point the review was trying to make, I think.
Great news! And I love ALL their albums.
be better than the album and first single titles. But I'm very much looking forward to finding out.
Not that I listen to it anymore, but that doesn't change the fact that there a lot of well written songs on it.
but Groningen is still a city.:P
And still do. What The Cooper Temple Clause exactly stand for can be debated, but it surely isn't aping Placebo. IMO they should push the boundaries of songwriting and this song is the exact opposite.
with Giddy Motors. I'm dissapointed. Although I quite like The Long Blondes.
But tracks 7,8 and 9 are pretty good as well.
AND YOUR MOTHER!
I'm gonna move to dc.
It's a bit inconsistent, but there are some ace songs on this.
They didn't surprise me by any better songs, structures or sound. No progress is recess.
Skeletal and Unicorn for four hours straight, I must say my opinion is rotating to positive.
At this rate, I may actually love it by the end of the year. May.
I love crimes, but yet this album does nothing for me except for Laser Life. I don't know what's wrong with me, cause really everyone else seems to absolutely adore it.
weeks ago and they were even better than the first two times I'd seen them. I didn't think it possible.
The quality of their merchandise could get an upgrade though. That T-shirt I bought is already worn out.
And, no, I didn't make love to it. Though I was tempted, I must admit.
I thought I picked up the second album a few years ago in a secondhand music store but apparently I didn't, cause it's got songs on it from both albums.
Anybody knows what that is about?
It's called "From here you can see yourself" and it was also published by Infectious in 1999. Is it, like, the fastest best-of ever published, or something?
Meltdown was more of a letdown, really.
Really, I just woke up all my flatmates by shouting in disbelief.
Ha! Dis belief!
Well, I'm gonna give it a shot. Considering I own 34 of the albums in the list it can't be totally crap, I guess, but I really do feel like I'm about to torture myself.
I like music! This review speaks to me!
And rightly so, if it is referenced by Q and not U and Les Say Fav. I'll check them out, Mike.
We will have to wait until spring 2007 however. And, yeah, Fugazi really need to make an album and tour as well. I discovered them too late to ever have seen them.
I wanted to go to London anyways. Add this as a good reason.
and they were utterly brilliant then as well. they played virtually all of the new album and it was very well received by the audience. Good, cause Elan Vital is an amzaing record.
Although the songs aren't as convincing as I'd like them to be, but that surely will be the case, I'm sure.
I noticed that too. In that aspect I much prefer Stealing A Nation where they at leat sounded like a band.
Plastic Constellations have now already released three albums and I think you're selling them a little short. I'd give them an eight. Mostly good points, you bring up, though.
But I quite like Suzie. No, not the girl... Well, maybe the girl also, so I hope this is, indeed, just as good.
is that I maaaybe would have liked them as well ten years ago when I was totally into poppunk.
Now I don't care so much about that kind of music anymore, though I still treasure my NOFX heavy petting Zoo etc. Firstly, if I compare P!ATD to NOFX, they're not nearly as good or original sounding. Secondly, since then I've discovered music like Mono and Fugazi and moved on, basically.
You know what never happens? The reverse. NOONE goes from liking Fugazi to moving on to P!ATD. Never heard of such a story in my life. Now, WHY would that be?
Logged in again after three years just to say that.
PS; Yeah, I know this is a new account.