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Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
April 10th 2014


15023 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Damn how are you still alive pleb?

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Greyvy
April 10th 2014


4962 Comments


i haven't jammed this in like a year but i liked the title track ;)

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danielito19
April 10th 2014


6433 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

refer to your username

BigPleb
April 10th 2014


37588 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

@jac i developed a legit inconsistent twitch after jamming dillinger loads lol

climactic
April 10th 2014


19841 Comments


MM confirmed for best dillinger because pleb jammed it 15 times in one day.

TheMoreira
April 10th 2014


7182 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

MM is their worst full length and it's still a 3.5 imo

Greyvy
April 10th 2014


4962 Comments


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Yeij8l_QGo

guys watch this if you like this album

BigPleb
April 10th 2014


37588 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

dude, babys first coffin, sunshine and we are the storm are all life affirming jams.

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
April 10th 2014


15023 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lol

Also brick are you honestly trying to suggest there aren't huge similarities between CI and MM? Yeah
they have a different vocalist, doesn't make it a completely different album. The "experimental" parts
are the reason why it makes less sense, experimentation isn't an automatic positive and lol no it's
not more dynamic than CI it's brickwalled as fuck god damn man

BigPleb
April 10th 2014


37588 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

jacstomped hard

YetAnotherBrick
April 10th 2014


4507 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

The only similarities there are between CI and MM are the same ones that every Dillinger album has. What the hell do you mean by "makes less sense," if you don't like a little experimentation that gives the music a fuller, more diverse sound, then why are you listening to Dillinger lol. Don't get me wrong, I love CI too, but MM is way better paced. CI just feels like a fucking tornado sometimes, whereas MM actually lets you breathe

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TheMoreira
April 10th 2014


7182 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

@pleb, Those jams you mentioned are 3.5-4 level jams agreed ha

FearThyEvil
April 10th 2014


12694 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"dude, babys first coffin, sunshine and we are the storm are all life affirming jams."

all so good

TheMoreira
April 10th 2014


7182 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

You know shit will get ugly when someone says CI ISN'T better than MM in any sense.

BigPleb
April 10th 2014


37588 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

6/5 agreed

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
April 10th 2014


15023 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I do like experiementation in music but not in the manner that Dillinger did on MM, pre simple.

BigPleb
April 10th 2014


37588 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

I get what jac is saying brick. MM is disjonted as fuck and I could easily see how the 'experimental' tracks could feel wedged in there for the sake of being 'experimental' for some people.

Also, MM is an identity crisis of an album in all honesty. It never fully decides what it wants to be...partly the reason why I love it so much cos of that all over the place 'lets have a seizure' vibe.

climactic
April 10th 2014


19841 Comments


dude, babys first coffin, sunshine and we are the storm are all life affirming jams.

implying panasonic youth isnt the best song ever crafted

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
April 10th 2014


15023 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Seizures are bad for the brain thus I try to have as few as possible.

climactic
April 10th 2014


19841 Comments


MM is a mess but i dont care cause its all awesome



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