There really is nothing overly offensive about this EP, perhaps the bands most solid release to date and this is actally a more than listenable release. Yet another band that doesnt deserve the hate they have garnered since their formation
The opening song is the best thing on here , the rest arent even remotely listenable. However that one song is worth listenable with some decent screaming and some really fun music to enjoy.. However, as with all their stuff, it is about as immature as it gets and absoltuely ridiculous at times
Despite the fact that the bands music is actualy mindless fun there is no taking away the worst vocals of all time nor the profanity ridden bullshit the band has a tendency of writing always with a sexual tint, making this quite possibly the worst thing ever recorded
Following 2 horrendous albums, it didn't seem possible that Orlando electro-pop duo Blood on the Dance Floor could release anything worth listening to. However, their 5 track EP 'I Scream I Scream' almost pulls it off... & not just because it is only 17 minutes long. Nothing seems to have changed on abysmal opener 'Scream For My Ice-Cream', but while 'Up All Night' & 'Miss Bipolar' are simple & repetitive, both are rather decent... & surprisingly have choruses that contain actual singing! It's nothing to get carried away with though, as there are still some shocking lyrics, off-key vocals & standard techno beats. Recommended Track: Up All Night.