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reviewed Endless Pain. November 07, 2012
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Endless Pain
Back in 1985, a trio of thrashing teenage maniacs from Essen, Germany would leave an indelible mark on the thrash metal genre with their debut “Endless Pain.” Their goal for this album was …
posted a Quick Tip about Faith No More. June 28, 2012
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The Band
Faith No More was a band who I liked upon first hearing them in my senior year of high school, but after venturing deep into the thrash, death, and black metal niches in later years, I'd grow to hate …
reviewed Pleasure to Kill. May 14, 2012
posted in Music Matters
Pleasure to Kill
Continuing on my reviews for the Unholy Trinity of 1986, I come to my personal favorite of the trinity, which is Kreator's “Pleasure to Kill.” When I first heard this album six years …
posted a Quick Tip about Pleasure to Kill. May 02, 2012
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Pleasure to Kill
Continuing my QT's about the Unholy Trinity of 1986, I bring you my opinion on Kreator's "Pleasure to Kill."      Out of the three albums in the Unholy Trinity, I …
posted a Quick Tip about Living Colour. February 11, 2012
posted in Music Matters
The Band
Despite the band's goofy fashion tastes of the time, Living Colour cranked out some good and diverse music in their prime days. Dabbling into a variety of styles and meshing them properly with some solid …
posted a Quick Tip about Saosin. November 12, 2009
Saosin
Saosin Is a dropdead awesome band check out 3rd measurement in C
reviewed Saosin. November 12, 2009
Saosin
Saosin is an alternative screamo Rock and roll band,they're based off Newport Beach, California and came together in 2003.The band members are vocalist Cove Reber, guitarists Beau Burchell and Justin …
reviewed Fear (band). May 22, 2009
Fear (band)
Fear is fronted by sometime actor Lee Ving.  Formed during the late 70's, Fear is one of the first punk bands to regularly perform in California.  Ving's right-wing lyrics my seem to be tounge-in-cheek …
reviewed Living Colour. March 16, 2009
The Band
When I think Punk I think Pabst Blue Ribbon and shots of Jagermeister at a "Cash Only" bar.  When I think of Living Colour I think virgin margaritas and fights with my super nintendo.  …
reviewed Tragic Kingdom. August 23, 2006
Tragic Kingdom
Pros: A few really good tracks, wonderful band (and vocals from Gwen Stefani)...     Cons: ...boring songs, poorly written lyrics     The Bottom Line: When No Doubt …
reviewed Tragic Kingdom. March 24, 2004
posted in Music Matters
Tragic Kingdom
Tragic Kingdome seems like the most hyped recording by No Doubt. With all those singles: Don't Speak, Spiderwebs, Sunday Morning, etc.... I thought that this CD would be a classic. Somehow, it is not.The …
reviewed Rock Steady. February 11, 2004
Rock Steady
No Doubt is quickly becomming one of my favorite new bands. On Rock Steady Gwen, Tony, Tom, and Adrian provide a diverse sampling of modern rock, hip hop, ballads, and even reggae. More importantly these …
reviewed Rock Steady. October 02, 2003
Rock Steady
Pros: Good songs, Gwen's voice      Cons: A few boring tracks, lyrics aren't all that unique     The Bottom Line: Rock Steady is a good No Doubt album, but I'm …
reviewed Rock Steady. December 21, 2001
posted in Music Matters
Rock Steady
. . . I am torn as to how I should rate this album. I am such a die-hard fan of No Doubt, and especially Gwen, that it is hard for me to say anything negative about them.But if you listen to the music …
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