Average Rating: 3.60
Rating Variance: 0.43
Objectivity Score: 70% (Fairly Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicBudgie BudgieFear Factory Demanufacture4.5 superbAereogramme My Heart Has a Wish That You Would Not GoAnathema A Natural DisasterArchive NoiseBudgie BandolierDagoba What Hell Is AboutDagoba DagobaDagoba Face the ColossusDagoba PoseidonFear Factory RemanufactureOn 10 tracks you have 8 astonishing remixes. It takes time to get accustomed to it, but it's worth it. If only they could do it for Mechanize.Gojira From Mars To SiriusHer Name Is Calla The Quiet LambKMFDM AngstKMFDM NihilLostprophets The Fake Sound Of ProgressMarilyn Manson Eat Me, Drink MeI'm sad that everytime Manson tries not to do what his fans expect from him, he is just totally rejected. I think this album is great. It has some bad moments but on the whole it is surprising, has a beautiful melancholy atmosphere and doesn't sound souless and totally commercial as Holywood could and the golden age of grotesque. If I was your Vampire, The Red Carpet Grave, Just a Car Crash Away, Evidence, Eat me drink me are really nice songs, you just need to accept that Manson doesn't want to be aggressiv.Nada Surf The Proximity EffectNada Surf Let GoNine Inch Nails The Downward SpiralNo one is innocent UtopiaSilversun Pickups CarnavasSoulfly Dark AgesStupeflip Hypoflip InvasionSybreed AntaresThe Appleseed Cast PeregrineThe Offspring SmashThe Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never OutgunnedThrowing Muses The Real RamonaThrowing Muses LimboTool LateralusTwelve Foot Ninja Smoke BombUnearth The MarchUnearth The Oncoming Storm4.0 excellentA Perfect Circle Thirteenth StepAcumen Nation Psycho the RapistAcylum The EnemyAcylum KarzinomAereogramme A Story in WhiteAereogramme SeclusionAereogramme Sleep and ReleaseApartment 26 Music For The MassiveArchive You All Look the Same to MeAugust Burns Red Messengersblink-182 Enema of the Stateblink-182 blink-182Blockhead Music By CavelightBudgie ImpeckableCombichrist Today We Are All DemonsCyanotic MedPack Vol. 1Cyanotic Mutual Bonding Through Violation [EP]Cyanotic Transhuman 2.0Cyanotic The Medication Generationdownset. Do We Speak a Dead Language?Fear Factory ObsoleteFear Factory Soul of a New MachineFive Pointe O UntitledFront Line Assembly Artificial SoldierFront Line Assembly Improvised. Electronic. Device.Front Line Assembly CivilizationFront Line Assembly AirMechI do like the singers vocals, but dammit, that album is so good I'm wondering if he should not just be silenced more often.Geinoh Yamashirogumi Akira: Original SoundtrackGojira The Way of All FleshGojira The LinkIll Nino EpidemiaIll Nino Revolution/RevolucionIll Nino One Nation UndergroundKent B-Sidor 95-00Kent Hagnesta HillKent IsolaKMFDM WWIIIKMFDM AttakKMFDM BlitzKMFDM BrimboriumKMFDM RetroKMFDM NaïveKMFDM WTF?!Filled with memorable melodies, vocals, guitar riffs and ambiances. Very few missteps. But sadly never overwhelmingly complexe, never as ambitious as we wish they were. Still, an album full of delightful things. If I had to recommand a song I'd say: Dystopia is the only average track in my opinion. All the other songs have something exciting to bring. Actually, even Dystopia has some nice parts, it is just a bit sluggish. KMFDM TrustKMFDM Don't Blow Your Top (EP)KMFDM VogueKMFDM Money (EP)KMFDM AmnesiaKMFDM KunstSolid if not as appealing and catchy as WTF!? They have removed most of the pop elements found on Blitz and to a lesser extend on WTF!? The atmosphere is darker, heavier and more energetic but not "in your face."Kryoburn Enigmatic ExistenceLate of the Pier Best of the ClassLate of the Pier Fantasy Black ChannelLostprophets The BetrayedMachine Head The BlackeningMachine Head Burn My EyesMarilyn Manson Antichrist SuperstarMarilyn Manson Mechanical AnimalsMarilyn Manson Holy Wood (In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death)Marilyn Manson The Golden Age Of GrotesqueMarilyn Manson Portrait Of An American FamilyMarilyn Manson's most underrated album. Oh sorry, there is also Eat me, drink me and Mechanical Animals, Ah Yeah and Holy wood is totally Overrated and... Meshuggah obZenMetronomy The English RivieraMnemic The Audio Injected SoulNada Surf The Stars Are Indifferent to AstronomyNine Inch Nails Year ZeroohGr WeltohGr unDevelopedRabbit Junk Rabbit JunkRabbit Junk Project NonagonRabbit Junk REframeRabbit Junk This Life Is Where You Get Fucked"The collection" is really a beautiful song. "Black", "Ghetto Blasphemer" and "The Collection" sounds a bit like a first part to "From the stars", "revenge of Julian Modely" and "The expedition". Rammstein Reise, ReiseRammstein SehnsuchtRammstein HerzeleidSilversun Pickups SwoonSilversun Pickups PikulSkinny Puppy MythmakerSkinny Puppy Too Dark ParkSkinny Puppy RemissionSkinny Puppy WeaponI love it that the best songs are, for once, not the ones the album starts with. To me Wornin', Illisit are cool but a bit repetitive. Then, Salvo and Glowbel are good but nothing special. At that point, you're happy to hear skinny puppy but you're starting to feel a bit frustrated because you want them to be great not just good. And after these four songs the album becomes great. Slipknot Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)Slipknot SlipknotSoulfly ProphecySoulfly EnslavedSoundtrack Sucker PunchSome beautifully ethereal and airy tracks. A bit limp at times but agreably punchy at others. On the whole an album which, if far from being perfect, has some really nice surprises to offer. I recommand the cover of sweet dreams and army of me, the two opening tracks, which make the album worth a listen.Soundtrack Carmageddon OSTA killer sountrack that fitted the game perfectly but which is also totally enjoyable on its own. Lee Groves tracks are absolutely delightful and have a very professionnal feeling about them. Fear Factory's part consists in three of their best songs ever in instrumental versions. Not many Fear Factory tracks are solid enough to have an instrumental version without becoming totally boring but the guitar work on those three is quite consistent and in the end, these version reveal the strength of the atmospheric aspect of the songs.Stupeflip Stup ReligionStupeflip StupeflipSybreed Slave DesignSybreed The Pulse of AwakeningSybreed God Is an AutomatonThe Dreaming PuppetThe Mars Volta OctahedronThe Offspring Ixnay on the HombreThe Offspring IgnitionThe Offspring AmericanaThe Postal Service Give UpThe Unwinding Hours The Unwinding HoursThrowing Muses UsesU2 Rattle And HumUnearth Darkness In The LightViolet Winter Beyon the ExosphereWHOURKR ConcreteHilarious and impressive.3.5 greatA Perfect Circle Mer de NomsAnathema Weather SystemsArgyle Park Misguidedblink-182 Take Off Your Pants and JacketBlockhead Downtown ScienceCombichrist What The Fuck Is Wrong With You People?Brain Bypass is incredibly likeable song for a 8 min ultra repetitive song. Get your body beat and Red are quite good. The rest is still interesting but more average in my opinion.Combichrist Making MonstersI think it takes a little time to appreciate "making monsters" if you enjoyed "today we are all demons" a lot because the album isn't as good and also because the approach is different. So, at first it seems like the album is really not good at all which is not the case. rtracks I like particularly=>follow the trail of blood, throat full of glass, just like me, slave to machine, through these eyes of pain, reclamation.Deftones DeftonesDeftones AdrenalineDeftones Koi No YokanGood, why so many people suck their dick I don't know. But good anyway.Deftones Diamond EyesFear Factory MechanizeFear Factory DigimortalWell, my rating is not very accurate because Digimortal is really not that good. It's just, when I listen to it I always remove the three worst songs of the album (which for me are: Hurt conveyor, Back the fuck up, and byte block) and replace them by the three songs of the digipack version which are actually as good as the best ones of the album. Repentance and Dead Man Walking could have been singles and add two catchy choruses to the album, Strain VS resistence isn't that good but has a good intro and bridge, definitly better than Hurt conveyor or Back the fuck up. So with those changes, Digimortal still has flaws, but the general quality of the album becomes a bit more a question of being able to listen to good radio friendly songs from Fear Factory. Also, Digimortal doesn't suffer from the flaws of Archetype and Trangression, synths and ambiant sounds are still here, the guitar riffs are fluid, absolutely not neo-metal oriented, coherent and not over repeated. Gojira L'Enfant SauvageKent Vapen & ammunitionKMFDM Hau RuckKMFDM TohuvahobuKMFDM XTORTKMFDM KriegKMFDM Greatest ShitThe fact that most songs are 12"mixes or edit versions really decreases the quality of the double album. It was certainly done to allow people to quickly have an overview of what KMFDM can do. But the songs really are not in their most appealing form. Only one song from WWIII ? But anyway, there is still a lot of interesting shit on this.KMFDM KrankIf you can survive the line "KMFDM is the drug for you," Krank is quite agreable and its remixes too. "Day of light" is also a good song, nothing exceptionnal but nothing wrong about it. Exactly what can be reproached KMFDM lately. Nothing exceptional, nothing epic, nothing truly fresh or inspired but still nothing to be ashamed of. KMFDM Juke Joint JezebelKMFDM LightKMFDM More'n'fasterKMFDM GloryKorn UntouchablesKorn UntitledKorn KornLimp Bizkit Three Dolla Bill Y'allMachine Head SuperchargerMachine Head Unto the LocustMeshuggah KolossMinistry The Last SuckerMinistry Rio Grande BloodMUCC GokusaiSome astonishing songs like Gokusai and Gekkou, some very good ones like Gerbera, Kinsenka or Nageki No Kane. Also, some average or unlistenable ones. But the quality of the five named songs make the album largely worth a listen. Nada Surf If I Had A Hi-FiNada Surf High/LowNada Surf LuckyNashville Pussy Let Them Eat PussyNashville Pussy High as HellNashville Pussy Say Something NastyNo one is innocent Revolution.comRammstein MutterSebastiAn TotalSilversun Pickups SeasickSilversun Pickups Neck of the WoodsSkinny Puppy hanDoverSoundtrack Team America: World PoliceSpineshank The Height of CallousnessSpineshank Self Destructive PatternStabbing Westward Darkest DaysStabbing Westward Wither Blister Burn & PeelSystem of a Down ToxicityThe Like Release MeThe Offspring Rise and Fall, Rage and GraceThe Prodigy Invaders Must DieThe Prodigy The Fat of the LandThe Shizit Soundtrack For The RevolutionThe Shizit The ShizitUnderminded Hail Unamerican!Unearth III: In the Eyes of Fire3.0 good2 Unlimited No limits36 Crazyfists A Snow Capped Romance36 Crazyfists Bitterness the StarAngelspit KrankhausCenthron Roter SternCrossbreed KE 101Crossbreed Synthetic DivisionFear Factory ArchetypeFear Factory The IndustrialistIll Nino EnigmaKMFDM SymbolsKMFDM Ruck ZuckKMFDM Extra Vol.2KMFDM What Do You Know, Deutschland?KMFDM Don't Blow Your TopIt is awfully hard to give a grade to this. The thing is, it is not bad and it is funny but it has absolutely nothing to do with the 90s or the 00s KMFDM. KMFDM A Drug Against WarTwo pointless remixes of a "A Drug Against War", the album version and the original version of "Blood" which "Evil mix" can be found on "Angst"KMFDM BruteKMFDM RulesKorn IssuesKorn See You on the Other SideKorn Take A Look in the MirrorKorn Follow The LeaderKorn Life Is PeachyKorn The Path of TotalityLimp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish...There is something strange about this album. Although most nu-metal albums got me bored very quickly (I enjoyed Hybrid theory two weeks and never listened to it again), although I don't listen to any other Limp Bizkit album I don't grow tired of that one. I'm not saying it is a good album, it is just that I still enjoy listening to the songs I liked from the beginning. Maybe because I discovered Limp Bizkit with that one. I remember how astonished I was by the lyrics. It took me a certain time to be able to cope with their spirituality but slowly I became attached to them. I really had nice time being surprised by how pointless, clich?arrogant, whiny, and weak they could be (I'm french so it takes me more time to understand what's said, It often gives me a chance to appreciate albums with crappy lyrics, I know I am lucky). And well, the guitar's always the same but has nice parts. It is quite punchy.rMachine Head The Burning RedMachine Head The More Things Change...Machine Head Through the Ashes of EmpiresMarilyn Manson Born VillainMnemic Mechanical Spin PhenomenaNada Surf The Weight Is a GiftNine Inch Nails With TeethSlipknot All Hope Is GoneSlipknot IowaSystem of a Down Steal This Album!The Offspring Conspiracy of OneTool 10,000 DaysUnderminded Eleven:Eleven2.5 average36 Crazyfists Rest Inside the FlamesA Perfect Circle eMOTIVeFear Factory TransgressionIll Nino ConfessionKMFDM AdiosSome very good songs surrounded by horribly average ones."witness" still gives me nightmares. Adios, D.I.Y, Bereit and today are quite agreable. The album can also be listened to as a parent of "Skold vs KMFDM." KMFDM Extra Vol.3KMFDM Extra Vol.1KMFDM Day of lightKMFDM BootsKMFDM SucksKorn Korn III: Remember Who You AreKryoburn Three Years EclipsedLimp Bizkit Gold CobraAs weird as it can be, Gold Cobra sounds like a parody of Limp Bizkit. Like when a child repeats a stupid thing he's said to get attention but it's not funny anymore because he's doing it with a clear purpose.Limp Bizkit Significant OtherMarilyn Manson The High End of LowNine Inch Nails Y34RZ3R0R3M1X3DohGr Devils In My DetailsSoulfly 3Soulfly PrimitiveSystem of a Down MezmerizeSystem of a Down HypnotizeThe Beatles Let It BeThe Beatles A Hard Day's NightThe Dreaming Etched in BloodThe Mars Volta De-Loused in the ComatoriumU2 War2.0 poor36 Crazyfists The Tide and Its TakersKMFDM MoneyMetronomy Nights OutMnemic PassengerNine Inch Nails The FragileNine Inch Nails Ghosts I-IV1.5 very poorLimp Bizkit Results May Vary1.0 awfulAscension of the Watchers NuminosumI like the cover of "the sound of silence" because it is so incredibly weak.
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