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I Wanna Review A Discography

I'd like to get my review count up and some bands really deserve some more/better reviews.
5Jungle Rot

Really bland and boring death metal band overall but their newer records
are alright, I think it'd suffer from the same problem as 3.

A band here with some decent reviews, been listening to them for awhile
but was never a huge fan other than their cover of REM's classic 'Losing My
Religion'. Would be nice to go back into their discography and sweep up
with a review.

Another band on this site that's poorly represented in the mid-to-late
career albums in terms of reviews, problem is these albums are all
extremely bland and may come off as monotonous to review and read.

I've been listening to this band the longest out of any of these on the list, I
know the most about the band out of the list and I've always been a big
fan. They have a good catalog of reviews here so I'm not sure if I should
tackle something that's already been tackled.

They don't have too many reviews up on sputnik and I've been listening to
the band for a while now, their first few records already have solid reviews
up so I might just skip ahead to mid-to-late career record and work from
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