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|5.0 classic||PacRat | April 7th 11|
Pac Man Fever is a tribute to a glorious past video games period. Bucker and Garcia's work as a dynamic duo to create loud noises. You can climb and glide through the lyrics with rocks, such as the "Pac Man Fever, the leadership of the mad"
This album does not attempt to interpret the concept album or shoot some ***. Bucnker will not get you through every game, does not describe the plot of the game, but how could actualyy game. If you like the music that is pushed through a cheese grater as a composer. And sprinkled over a baked pasta for excellence, with a lyricism pre sauce postmoden not believe what you hear.
In 100 years, people may or may not even listen to the Beatles, Elvis and the Rolling Stones, who knows? But there is absolutely no doubt we will hear Pac Man Fever. Nobody - and I mean NO -. I will never forget the name of Buckner and Garcia It 's simple math - every album where every song tells of the early '80s video game is timeless. Still no time.
We took the Pac-Man fever, although you should feel ten times. It started to sink in there and never leave again. Such as cancer.
|3.5 great||Zachary Powell | March 23rd 07|
What happens when video games, guitar solos, and the 80's combine and are interpreted by two average joes? The result is Pac-Man fever, an infectious collection of songs that each deal with different video games. While this may be considered a parody album and a gimmick, "Pac-Man Fever" is legitimately catchy, as well as "Ode to a Centipede" which has a neat solo.
|1.0 awful||C.F. | March 2nd 11|
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