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||Date: August 15, 2002 at 0:57|
|WHILE THIS AN IMPRESSIVE BAND. THEY ARE VERY SOFT & LACK THE MUSICIANSHIP THAT I WAS HOPING FOR GIVEN ALL THE HYPE FROM THE MEDIA. I WOULD CALL THIS MORE LIKE "POP DOOM" LIKE MANY OF THE BANDS OF THE WEEK, THESE LADIES DISBANDED... CHECK THIS OUT. THERE'S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE INTO ROCK MUSIC ON THIS!
||Date: February 22, 2004 at 9:46|
|i heard them BEFORE i knew what they looked like.i love this cd.its definitly in my top 10.others may not "get it".the re-issue has bonus tracks.i seen them at the whiskey in hollywood,and has a chance to audition for the new band "superfix",feat. martina and anna.but i can't play to a click track.DAMN! its hard to find anything else from this band.but i'd atleast give it a try.the 2nd cd blows.sorry girls.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 24, 2013 at 20:44|
|These ladies brought a sound like a female Alice In Chains (Facelift era). Heavy grooves and thick chords, some soaring vocal mellodies, most songs operating at a slow grind. Reissued in '98 on a major, can't remember bwhich offhand, but with bonus tracks, including an acoustic version of "Serve The Shame" and an almost unrecognizable cover of "Ace Of Spades." Favorite tracks: "I Don't Mind," "Serve The Shame" (electric version), "Somebody," "Crucified," "Crack The Liar's Smile," and "Unforgiving Hours."
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