craigy2
Richard Craig
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Last Active 10-09-11 10:57 pm
Joined 09-19-06

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  • SadAndHolyGlow Hi, Richard. I saw your review on a We Came Out Like Tigers album and really liked it. Do you have any idea where I'd be able to access the album, either digital or physical? I can't seem to find it anywhere online.
    April 12 12:58 AM
  • lancebramsay Diggin on Lute, eh?
    March 12 08:41 AM
  • Jozh Have you heard the new King Blues album?
    August 6 08:07 PM
  • HSThomas So yeah I enjoyed it.
    January 9 03:05 PM
  • HSThomas However I like it when the songs really build intensity almost like Tragedy with the use of silence and the beat or the transition between two different speeds works so bloody well. Also the catchiness of some of the riffs, especially the one in You're Nothing is just so damn good. You can see when rhythm and riff coalesces into the climax and it does it really well. The only other gripe I have with it is that I couldn't understand the lyrics but that's neither here nor there.
    January 9 03:02 PM

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