Iceage You're Nothing
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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 17th 2013


53418 Comments


It's just a bunch of big adjectives
Not very engaging to read

MalleusMaleficarum
February 17th 2013


15987 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

fish its not a good review man



why do you need elaborate explanations when literally every user is basically telling you the same thing

anarchistfish
February 17th 2013


25107 Comments


I've edited a few of those parts. Probably gonna have to leave it at that

I like adjectives

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SeaAnemone
February 17th 2013


21395 Comments


more constrictive criticism:

1) I mean the style you're going for that's more "creative" and uses the thesaurus a lot can look nice and work out well but it's usually a shitty idea to use it for a new release... people want to know more what it sounds like as opposed to just a reflection

2) you make it kinda clear throughout that you don't really know what you're talking about all that much... better to use this style on a genre or band you have a much better handle on

3) if you're gonna do a review like this you should definitely have like an overarching point that you make very clear... something that gives you a reason to disregard all other aspects of the music, I guess


and yeah just because hanson is the only one that graced you with legitimate reasons as to why it sucks doesn't mean it doesn't suck

wabbit
February 17th 2013


7057 Comments


you're nothing- SeaAnemone

Cygnatti
February 17th 2013


29619 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I'd listen to that album.

SeaAnemone
February 17th 2013


21395 Comments


sputnik - christmas at our house

ApplicationToHeaven
February 17th 2013


1566 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lol not sure why so many people have complained about the vocabulary used. but yeah considering this is a pretty controversial opinion i think the review's a bit vague in places and some criticisms aren't really supported

anarchistfish
February 17th 2013


25107 Comments


Ok, thanks

Funeralopolis
February 19th 2013


13796 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

band rocks

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Mookid
February 19th 2013


1485 Comments


Yeahhhhhhhhhh I liked their debut much more than this. This isn't a bad album at all though

Cygnatti
February 19th 2013


29619 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Debut is better yeah

Funeralopolis
February 19th 2013


13796 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Debut is better yeah [2]

WeepingBanana
February 19th 2013


10453 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i've heard like 5 or 6 releases this year and this is probably my favorite

Funeralopolis
February 20th 2013


13796 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I agree with what the review is trying to get at here the album feels broken into parts that were then thrown in a random order. Some songs are thick and suffocating, while some rock out and they band doesn't really seem to know what they are going for a lot of the time. The subdued instrumentation can be underwhelming but I feel it also makes the guitars so much more hard hitting when they do decide to try and stand out a little. Even then though it is not like they build up or anything, they just hit at some time cus 'why not!?' Songwriting is definitely a step down from their previous release.

WeepingBanana
February 20th 2013


10453 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ecstasy rules so much

wabbit
February 20th 2013


7057 Comments


Laika is way better than this man

anarchistfish
February 20th 2013


25107 Comments


ecstasy is one of the best songs I've heard so far this year

ShadowRemains
February 20th 2013


23787 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

lol

paxman
February 25th 2013


4084 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

since when are we copy-pasting shitty Amazon reviews



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