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||Date: May 3, 2009 at 5:02|
|This is the pinnacle Prong album, DAMN!! how much tighter can a band play? this is tight as fuck, searing pounding heavy guitars, and pure aggresion, it starts off and never let's go, Another Worldly Device is pure power, and everybody knows Snap Your Finger, Snap Your Kneck, it was Justin Credibles entrance song in ECW, it's about the tightest song ever recorded, the whole albums unbelievable!
||Date: May 3, 2009 at 5:03|
|Oh! and unbelievable production, I forgot to mention that, great in your face sound.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 6, 2015 at 16:21|
|After being an above-average crossover-thrash band with some light MTV play, Prong fully broke through on this album, embracing more of a grooving, mid-paced, semi-industrial sound. Industrial like Fear Factory, not like Nine Inch Nails. CLeansing starts out so strong, with the first five tracks all being fantastic, including their biggest hit, the ass-shaking 'Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck." After that, the album settles in and the quality levels of a bit, and Tommy Victor's hoarse vocals don't always help make the hooks stand out, but good songs are sprinkled through the rest of the disc, just nothing aquite s strong as the opening salvo.
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