FatalHybrid
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Aphex Twin Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments Pt. 2
3.5
01.26.15
Periphery Juggernaut: Omega
3.0
01.26.15
Periphery Juggernaut: Alpha
3.0
01.26.15
Lupe Fiasco Tetsuo & Youth
4.5
01.26.15
Fall Out Boy American Beauty / American Psycho
Pop music for a new generation.. This album is a pop masterpiece and it comes from an unlikely
source, Fall Out Boy. This is a band that were never ashamed of pop hooks, but they used them with
nuance in the past to make their punk sound more unique. Here we see the band put pop to the fore
to great effect, this is an album where every track is a perfectly crafted pop song and it's a joy
to listen to. If I was to rate this as a purely pop record ignoring the band behind it, I'd likely
give it a 4/5. Though because Fall Out Boy have made better music than this albeit not as catchy,
I would rate i
3.5
01.17.15
Black Veil Brides Black Veil Brides
This album is a great collection of all their inspirations but they don't do enough to sound
unique. This album suffers from the same issue that 'Hail To The King' by Avenged Sevenfold had,
in that each song sounds like the bands interpretation of another bands song. There were many
occasions listening to 'Black Veil Brides' where I found myself saying "Sounds like Trivium" or
"Sounds like Guns N' Roses" or any other modern metal or rock band. Now that's not necessarily a
bad thing as they do a great job at emulating, but Black Veil Brides are a band that seem to lack
an identity or a sound they
3.0
11.20.14
Every Time I Die From Parts Unknown
Album absolutely slays.. Just listen to it, you won't regret it.
4.5
06.16.14

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