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|3.5 great||Thompson D. Gerhart STAFF | October 1st 10|
Really a pretty excellent album put out at a confusing time in the career of Rob Halford. This album is very industrial, and makes use of Halford's unique bass tones rather than his stunningly high vocal range. At the same time, the album puts the masterful guitar work of John 5 to better use than any Marilyn Manson record, though there's nothing quite like his solo work here. There's a very odd kind of catchiness to this album, producing songs like "Stutter Kiss" which easily creep into one ear and fail to exit through the other.
|3.5 great||JesusV4 | August 26th 10|
Produced by Trent Reznor, this album's has more good than bad about it. Halford doesn't hit any of the notes he does with Priest, but John 5plays better than he has for anyone else on this record.
|4.0 excellent||Tomstein | November 21st 16|
|4.5 superb||Yusuf | February 22nd 16|
|4.0 excellent||Rumsiac | August 27th 14|
|4.0 excellent||afox13 | December 6th 12|
|2.5 average||Lebren | December 29th 11|
|3.5 great||Ziefer | September 5th 09|
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