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iFghtffyrdmns
May 27th 2011


7047 Comments


and now he's reviewing 80's hardcore punk? what will he do next....

nicely done Eric

SeaAnemone
May 27th 2011


20300 Comments


thanks for the spot alca / thanks for the other things you said guys

Digging: Holy Sons - Lost Decade II

rasputin
May 27th 2011


14544 Comments


I've listened to a couple of songs from this band and it doesnt seem like my thing.


why am i not surprised

TheSpirit
May 27th 2011


17818 Comments


this doesn't read like a 4 tbh

Digging: Emarosa - Versus

SeaAnemone
May 27th 2011


20300 Comments


whats it read like? why?

TheSpirit
May 27th 2011


17818 Comments


I don't think you praise them nearly enough to justify the 4. You talk way more about the mental state of the singer than the album really. Also saying stuff like

Simplistic yet satisfying


doesn't really make this seem like an excellent album (which at least in my opinion should be considered well above being simply "satisfying").

In my opinion this reads much more like a 3 but that's just me.

SeaAnemone
May 27th 2011


20300 Comments


Hm, I thought you were going to say it came off as a 4.5 actually...

And me not mentioning the music enough is a valid complaint, but I did that purposefully for two reasons, a) because I personally found the other things i.e. madness, lyricism, general extremism the main intrigue here and b) because I'm not all too versed in this type or era of music and I've found it's just better to just stick with what I know.

And I do offer a little explanation for the lack of music explanation, I think:

the dynamic, burst-fire punk-rock is impressive in its own right but is shimmied to the background as the “issues” of the artist, to say the least, remain always in the foreground


But yeah, legitimate critique. I'll keep that in mind. Trust me, it's not a case of rating inflation (or at least I don't think so haha) as I feel pretty strongly about albums I rate 4.

Oh, and as for the "simplistic yet satisfying" quote... I didn't mean to say that the album is "merely satisfying" I meant to say that "despite it being simplistic, it is still satisfying (and more implied)." Sorry if that doesn't make sense haha, but thanks for the help!

Relinquished
May 27th 2011


25033 Comments


so happy you reviewed this sea


just hope idiots don't catch on to this or else I won't be able to listen to it anymore

SeaAnemone
May 27th 2011


20300 Comments


*cue Maniac! comment*

Ire
May 27th 2011


41770 Comments


yessss rudimentary peni rules

ShadowRemains
May 27th 2011


20698 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

goooood stuff

Digging: Banks - Goddess

porch
May 27th 2011


8460 Comments


i concur with the comments above

nice job sea

rasputin
May 28th 2011


14544 Comments


the review reads like a 4 for sure

there doesn't need to be much clarification on how it sounds - this is a punk record, once you've heard one song you'll have a good idea what the rest sound like

it makes the review more interesting when i'm not being told what punk music sounds like

SeaAnemone
May 28th 2011


20300 Comments


thanks rasp and porch, glad my expansion to review something a little different seemed to turn out ok

qwe3
July 16th 2011


21362 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

dayum dude i had no idea you even listened to these guys



qwe3
July 16th 2011


21362 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

also have you heard cacophony i think its better than this fuck yeah RP

wabbit
July 16th 2011


6999 Comments


cacophony is better. This is still really good.

Goatlord
July 29th 2011


405 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Crust punk classic.

sixthgoldenticket
September 28th 2011


1176 Comments


punk classic in general

chambered49
December 14th 2012


1727 Comments


rules hard



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