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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 23, 2013 at 22:07|
|To me, it sounded like COC were trying to combine the sounds of Blind and Deliverance on this release. You get the aggressioo and groove of the former, with the southern-metal swing of the latter. "The Door" sounds like Metallica covering ZZ Top, for example. Overall, not my favorite COC disc, but it definitely has its moments, including the first three tracks, the single "Drowning In A Daydream," the strutting "Wishbone" and the all-out thrash of "Fuel."
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 11, 2017 at 14:47|
|Listening to this one again, and I'm thinking a big part of why I don't rate Wiseblood as highly as Deliverance is the production. It's just a strange-sounding album. The guitars don't have any bottom end, where a slow, chugging riff like 'man Or Ash" should just punch you in the chest, but doesn't. And there seems to be a lot of extraneous pick-scraping and finger-squeaking noise. The bass only makes itself known occasionally, and Pepper's vocals have an oerly processed, sung-through a bad mic quality, even when he's not (over)using the bullhorn effect. It almost has that highly compressed, heard-on-AM-radio quality that Queens of the Stone Age were going for on Songs for the Deaf. The songs seems to be there, but the sound is just so weird, it detracts from the listening experience.
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