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|4.0 excellent||jkr5001 | October 3rd 20|
Nice mix of noise rock, grunge, industrial, and his love for 80s synth pop. This is a lot closer to a more rock oriented Black Queen than I was expecting from the singles. Not disappointed. Also, his release strategy was spot on. This is what every indie musician and label should do if something leaks.
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|4.0 excellent||spanndrew58 | October 10th 20|
I really like every song, but as a record this is kinda a mess. It could have been a really good grunge record and a separate record more in vein of the black queen. The lack of cohesion is keeping me from giving it a 4.5 but the songs themselves are excellent.
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|3.5 great||Casus belli CONTRIBUTOR | September 29th 20|
tentative 3.5 but I see this growing. there's some depth in here somewhere
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|0.0 ||tcat84 | October 4th 20|
As a collection of songs this very cool and good, but as an album it feels very all over the place. Feels like a B-sides album to his career so far, but not a bad thing after all.
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|3.5 great||jmh886 | October 23rd 20|
had no idea greg was from baltimore. represent. good album. too long, but dude is talented and voice is unreal.
|3.0 good||wasteofpaint31 | October 22nd 20|
A Pair of Questions is the biggest highlight and I generally appreciate the versatility, but for me but this plays like a random collection of ideas without a cohesive vision. I hope to hear new Dillinger at some point in my life but until then there are more than a few satisfying tunes here to tide me over.
|4.0 excellent||Chino smoking it up! | October 20th 20|
My only way to listen to George Michael is through this dude and Chino apparently XD. Super cool
and modern "90's prime revival" (let it pass). But we all know this is precisely what Mr. Pussyato
is about: full on 90's early 00s', in which Patton and the NIN's are a constant, and an amazing
ability to be abrasive, experimental and poppy at the same time. Surprised with his solo
quality...although I miss the instrumental's tDEP mathy chaos.
|3.5 great||Erwann S. CONTRIBUTOR | October 16th 20|
This is one of the most logical evolution I've seen in recent music. Mathcore, then synthpop, then industrial alt darkwave? Yeah, legit. There still are traces of the inner TDEP violence, as well as the bombastic rhythms brought by The Black Queen, but the added industrial production and the grungy guitar tone make this one its very own beast. Factor in sweet ambient moments and you've got a pretty diverse record. Consistent, filler-free, and energizing as hell, although a tad too "all over the place". 3.7
|2.0 poor||WalrusTusk | October 14th 20|
I feel like this would have worked well as a collection of EPs, but as a whole it just feels all unfocused. Some of the first songs also feel like incomplete ideas. Really bummed by this.
|4.5 superb||dawija1017 | October 13th 20|
Love this album. You can tell it's a passion project. A culmination of all of Greg's styles. The
songwriting here is very solid. Each song is memorable and has a lasting effect. I didn't even
know I liked the Black Queen style until I heard their music. But since then I've fallen in love
with what they've done. I'm glad there was more of that spilt over into this album. And I've
always been a huge DEP fan, so although there weren't many heavy songs on here, it's nice to have
a little taste thrown in there. There's def an industrial influence on some of the songs, such as
Deep Set and Evacuation. That song even reminds me of Brainiac a little bit. Greg is super
talented and it really shows on this album. Dude's a legend.
|3.5 great||Kars Landman | October 13th 20|
Some really good songs here (both heavy and poppy), but damn this record is inconsistent. Makes me wanna revisit Dillinger.
|4.5 superb||ryallen | October 12th 20|
impossibly cohesive and compelling while being wildly diverse
|3.0 good||jpaulwegenast | October 10th 20|
Great stuff, won't be more than great for me though. The context of Dillinger sticks with me too closely, which was emotively exhausting (in the best way possible).
|4.5 superb||Rickislost | October 5th 20|
I really love this album. Wonderful mix of light synth and dark grunge tracks. They all fit together surprisingly well too
|4.5 superb||DavidYowi | October 4th 20|
I wish this was more Greg's take on 90's grunge/metal based on the griminess of Fire for Water and Roach Hiss,
but this is still a wonderfully methodical album. It's a slowburn album, and it makes every moment count.
|5.0 classic||OpenUpandLetMeIn | October 1st 20|
Fantastic album after one listen. I just love Greg's voice.
|3.5 great||ThyCrossAwaits | September 30th 20|
?There?s some depth in here somewhere.?rYeah that pretty much nails my opinion.
|3.5 great||Defmytones | September 30th 20|
Second half significantly stronger. ?Do you need me to remind you?? ?Evacuation? ?Heartfree? are wonderful.
|4.0 excellent||Gorey13 | October 24th 20|
|4.0 excellent||DG5000 | October 22nd 20|
|3.5 great||Thibs | October 19th 20|
|4.0 excellent||Tranqyl | October 19th 20|
|3.5 great||greg84 EMERITUS | October 18th 20|
|4.0 excellent||ian b | October 16th 20|
|3.5 great||SadLad | October 16th 20|
|4.0 excellent||Emo | October 13th 20|
|4.5 superb||Zac124 | October 9th 20|
|4.0 excellent||Faraudo | October 7th 20|
|2.5 average||sicky | October 5th 20|
|4.0 excellent||sicrvat | October 4th 20|
|4.0 excellent||dogmaJo | October 4th 20|
|3.5 great||Nine | October 2nd 20|
|3.5 great||Gbhill | October 2nd 20|
|4.0 excellent||Prancer | October 2nd 20|
|4.5 superb||Mser94 | October 1st 20|
|4.0 excellent||Krpa | October 1st 20|
|3.5 great||Slex | September 29th 20|
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