Review Summary: Buy, listen, ejaculate, clean up.0 of 3 thought this review was well written
Heard of these guys? You won't find em on the radio because most disc jockeys musical tastes resemble that of a jersey shore reject selling big issue so she can buy her octopulets an x-box and *** off out for some decaying roid-head cock! The problem with today is top selling music still hasn't evolved from autotuned vocals with the same ***ty dance beat. Chuck a known black guy in for a 30 second rap and you've got another winner. Another one is those stupid four chords that make you want to contract aids when you hear them in another cack song. If you don't know what four chords i'm talking about then please come and see me so I can castrate you. What ever happened to creativity?
Prog is a creative genre. Maybe cos those guys always knew great dealers. If you knew any better dealers, you were playing jazz music. But after the 7 extremely creative previous albums, you'd think Gentle Giant would have run out of drugs by now. Fortunately for this record though, one almighty final toke/snort/glug of creativeness was taken, and when they all woke up the next day, they found this magical collection of songs on the recording thingy they were using. Aaaaah the 70's.
You're probably gonna want me to talk about the actual music in this review right? Or maybe a bit of background? Or maybe even a bit about the band itself? Well go do some research you lazy ***, I aint got the time for all that band background boring bollocks stuff today, the boxing is coming on in a bit and the outcome will determine if the baby gets it's medication tomorrow. But what I will say is this album is called interview for a reason. It features occasional snippets before and after songs of some typical interviewer gimp questioning the band. Weather or not this occurred during the bands "creativeness session", we don't know, and neither do they. Original though nevertheless.
O.K, onto the noise that comes out of the speakers when you press play. Interview is a strong opening track. Kind of like when someone farts and it causes that burning sensation in your nose hairs. It hits you hard, and makes you cough and gag. Sometimes you may vomit, like I did when I first heard this song. It's that kind of strong. There is a unfamiliar feeling on this track though which Gentle Giant have not shown much of before. An aggressive feeling. Gentle Giant are angry on this track. They are going to *** you in the ass, and take your wallet, then *** in it, then your ass. In fact there is not much happiness on this album at all. A lot of other emotions are conveyed though. Drugs can do that to you. The second track "give it back" shows Gentle Giant chucking a little bit of a reggae feel to their music, another place they've never been before. But if you've had the pleasure of ingesting the racket of these guys before, you'll know that these can piss over pretty much any other prog band from the 70's in terms of simply not being ***!
One song gets it's own paragraph, to make it stand out more. It's called Design. I'll write that again in capital letters so it'll stand out a bit more. DESIGN. In fact *** it...
D E S I G N
There you go all dyslexics out there, no excuse now is there? Why the emphasis on this song you wonder in your head? It could well be the most creative, risque, experimental tune these scruffy, unshaven, goth raping gentlemen have ever spewed out. It starts with a hypnotic, atonal, choral accapella that would make fantastic "thinking about your life before you tie that noose" music. It then goes into a crazy breakdown that makes absolutely no sense lyrically or musically, but it still wipes its ass with all that radio music's face. Listen to this if you want to be cool.
If you have any sense by now, you'll listen to me and illegally download this album. Deep down inside you see, I do care about you all, I want you to listen to and explore new interesting music you've never heard before. So do yourself a favour and stop filling your ears with ***. The only reason this album doesn't get a 5 is because I gave their other album a 5 and I don't want to seem like twat who spunks over everything a preferred band of his does. Want a better reason? Fine, on the first track at 2.38 to 2.54 the voice reminded me of this 7ft peg-legged tramp who chased me every time I drank his toilet duck.