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Album/music reviews

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by T.T Boy, Oct 29, 2004.

  1. T.T Boy

    T.T Boy Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: May 18, 2001 Messages: 21,803 Likes Received: 41
    Ok, my music taste is pretty much everything, so lets just make this an any type of music review thread. let us know whats good.

    first off we have
    Watch out by ALEXISONFIRE
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    i dont even really like hardcore screaming music, to be honest, i hate most of it, but this band is good. maybe they arent cool in the leet ardcore scene or whatever, but this album is damn good. the first single accidents is the jam. its screamy but not like "shut the fuck up janitor key chain man, your yelling is gay". def download it or buy it, i downloaded it. theres no way im ever going to buy a cd again.

    next up we have the newest edition from K-os
    Joyful rebellion
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    you might think this guy just did hooks for indie canadian rapper in the late 90s, but your wrong. this cd is damn good, its not all bling bling canadian rap holding funny dollar bills in the videos, or its not to metaphysical science talking over stupid beats hip hop crying about your mom and dad. i actually stole the poster from my friend tj, thats how much i enjoyed this hip hop album. crabbuckit is a good jazzy song, but way over played, i prefer the love song and others. this album is worth buying.

    another good track, is the new eric prydz track "call on me" sure, its an ibiza track that sounds greatly homoerotic, but if your spun out on e in the middle of the day like i am, its a great song to put on repeat.
    anyways, continue on...
     
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