McFreaky
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Last Active 09-13-07 3:47 pm
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Slayer Christ Illusion
1.5
10.30.07
Symphony X Paradise Lost
3.0
10.30.07
The Casualties Under Attack
in a time when the punk scene is mostly poser emo/screamo/whatever bands that care more about making a quick buck than actually saying something, The Casualties are one of the few bands who keep the spirit of what punk/HC once was alive. they represent everything that punk/HC used to be; aggressive, in your face, middle finger raised against the rest of the world. they represent a time when the punk/HC scene was about unity, about kids who were different coming together to celebrate what made them that way and venting their anger through their music. with superfast, blast beats, guttural vox, and angry politcal lyrics, The Casualties are one
4.5
12.31.69
Motorhead Ace of Spades
Motorhead, love 'em or hate 'em, is THE rock group. without them rock music as we know it today would not exist. Motorhead laid the groundwork for Nirvana, Minor Threat, Metallica.....every rock group that's been big in the last 20 years owes it to Motorhead somehow. "Ace of Spades" is their greatest album, hands-down and features their greatest song, the title track. listening to this shit is like being shot in the head with a bullet from hell. its aggressive, take-no prisoners music that gets better the more you listen to it. with its pounding drums, distincitve tunes, guitarwork that ranges from bluesy to metallic, and singer/bassist Lemmy
5.0
12.31.69
Black Flag Damaged
3.5
12.31.69
The Mars Volta Amputechture
4.5
12.31.69
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
5.0
12.31.69

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