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Alxander18
April 17th 2011



278 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I highly disagree Rabbit, but opinions are a good thing to have. Stone, Alligator is a very, very close second behind this.

STOP SHOUTING!
April 17th 2011



628 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

i agree, the more i listen to this, the more i realise how good it is. but maybe it suffers because it follows the same template as Boxer.

Alxander18
April 17th 2011



278 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I think it does as well, but just does a better job. Its more memorable and slightly more energetic. I find Boxer to be boring most of the time, like an album I can definitely respect but not entirely enjoy.

Crimson Death
April 17th 2011



533 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"He is a terrible vocalist who, he just has a very pleasing voice which the music is built around. He has no range what so ever."

Clearly, you have no idea what you're talking about. He hits the F1, and reaches the F above Middle C. That's 3 octaves in his full voice, most professionals hit 3 with falsetto. Are you going to tell me Thom Yorke has a larger range? lol. (Maybe with falsetto, but true cord is what matters.)

AnotherBrick
April 17th 2011



9766 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

hahahaha Rabbit just keeps saying retarded shit.

teoferrazzi
May 16th 2011



31 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

you use the word 'subhuman' twice in the review where I presume you mean 'superhuman' or, in a corrupted meaning, 'inhuman'. certainly not 'subhuman'



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