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    Brute Force
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (22 February, 2000)
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    3-0 out of 5 stars Imitation of the Stooges
    Back in the late 60's, an Apple band called "Brute Force" recorded an obscure single, "King of Fuh."This single wasApple's (i.e., the Beatles') way of playing games with the censor.Thesweet, melodic opening lines of the song:". . . There was a landcalled fuh. . . and in this land there was a king, and everyone called himthe fuh. . . "I think you know where we are going here.Needless tosay, this single was banned -- for obvious reasons.

    When I saw this CD, Ithought it was going to be much like the soft, pop rock of "Apple'sBrute Force."I was wrong.Instead, this Brute Force is more likethe orginal Stooges of the late 60's.Make no mistake about it, this isheavy metalic punk rock -- loud screaming vocals, heavy guitar withfeedback, and angry drum beats.

    I rated this three stars because of theabsence of originality. Face it, we've heard this kind of sound before --from people like Iggy and the Stooges, the Monks, and the Sex Pistols. Additionally, the aforementioned bands were much better at playing thiskind of music. ... Read more

    Asin: B00004SZYZ
    Sales Rank: 383662


    Technical Difficulties
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (01 June, 1999)
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    This San Francisco quartet succeeds at taking aggro-electro rock to a new level with Technical Difficulties. While numerous other electro-industrial groups rely on blatant anger and rampant sequencing to fuel their work, Hate Dept. display more depth and thought; they give the songs breathing room. "Anger Impulse" and "Fireflies" feature rockin' electric guitars and heavy, danceable beats, but the band also displays a variety of guitar tones. Of course, if you want a stomper, indulge in "Release It."Then there's the melancholic, trumpet-laced ballad "Wait." What distinguishes Hate Dept. from their peers is a sense of melody and drama. Their promise has certainly been fulfilled with Technical Difficulties. --Bryan Reesman ... Read more

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    1-0 out of 5 stars One of the worst I've heard in a long while...
    I bought this album off of a recommendation and a whim (something I usually am not fond of doing) and was GREATLY disappointed. The only song on this album even worth mentioning is "Fireflies," and that is if you are listening to only the music and NOT the vocals. Speaking of the vocals, there is not a single note worth listening to, as quite simply, the vocals are AWFUL. My recommendation is to just stay away from this album at all costs, as this is NOT money well spent.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome CD overall
    Though they are better live than on this CD, the CD is still quite impressive.There are many tracks on here that could have been singles.

    3-0 out of 5 stars i dont know
    hate dept is an innovative technopop band which is something i have never said for any other band out there so i like alot of the album my favorites being WAIT, COMING DOWN, FIEND, AND FIREFLIES but alot of the songs are missing an element that u gotta have to be big on the radio possibly a big attention grabbing song much like a lot of newer bands have such as tantric. this song will get u buying and get the publics side so well shall see on their new release due soon ... Read more

    Asin: B00000I9EC
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Punk Revival    4. Rock   


    Smothered(+1 Bonus Track)
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (13 March, 1998)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars greatest unheard new metal record
    i heard howard stern play "drive" a last week and couldn't believe my ears. I called the station to find out what it was and thenordered it. This record rocks. It's funny, weird, hardcore, original everything I want from music. Thanks Jimmy Harry, you made my music year.

    Evan

    4-0 out of 5 stars whorgasm smothered single.
    while i only have the single, (promo only) i say it rules!its "new metal" before that was the term.i cant wait to get the cd now that ive found it. if you like korn, kitty, static x, zombie and the like i saybuy this! ... Read more

    Asin: B0000084VT
    Sales Rank: 546774


    I Care Because You Do
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (25 April, 1995)
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    None of the chirpy, intricate, eclectic tracks on I Care Because You Do sound dated, certainly not in any heinous way. Richard James's work stands outside any genre cages and continues to satisfy dedicated listeners. This is at least partially due to James's twisted, British-bad-boy sense of humor: the title of the disc alone is something of an ironic display. I Care Because You Do is a sound introduction to James's peculiar, personal work, which ranges from symphonic to spartan to relaxing to unnerving, though it generally manages to be all those at once. The disc is cleverly constructed and juicily modern, and it's easy to see why critics, struggling to understand James's emergent "ambient techno," early on compared him to minimalist composers such as Philip Glass and Steve Reich. James was clearly influenced by these pioneers, but his music is more about stretching the limits of what one perceives to be music, of sound itself. --Mike McGonigal ... Read more

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    3-0 out of 5 stars wierd ambiance lends culture to otherwise soundless moments
    You cannot dance to this album, it's structure is not one that is easily found. I would call it ambiance music with an erratic beat that is impossible to follow. I would call it calming chaos. I would call it a nice change from some of the mass marketed bilge that is being produced these days. I recomend buying it and putting it on for a nice backround ambiance that is reminiscent of machinery, space, and the future.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Another Aphex Twin (RDJ) album I like, but...
    ...as per my 'Richard D James Album' review, there is more engaging electronica available out there for me.I would agree with a previous reviewer that this is more mature than that earlier album, but if I gave this more than 3 stars I would be ranking it with Autechre, Oval and Pole etc albums (see below for some suggestions) - it's just not in their league for me.

    The best tracks on this album are the more 'driven' ones.For a more consistently 'musicianly' album, try out RDJ's 'Selected Ambient Works 85 - 92'.There are some memorable tunes on that album and some lashings of the tongue-in-cheek quirky RDJ style that work better for me there than they do here.

    For the musically adventurous, who want something more cerebrally and emotionally challenging than this, try:

    - Autechre (Ae) - anything, but especially 'Incunabula' (the first Ae album and closer to a 'techno' style than the more ascetic and eclectic later stuff); 'ep7' (actually a full-length album, and tending towards the later, more frenetic Ae style); 'Confield' (a sonic masterpiece, but not an easy listen in parts)
    - Oval - especially '94 Diskont' and 'Systemich'
    - Pole - especially '1' and 'R'
    - Boards of Canada - 'Geogaddi' - a desert island disc for this little 'electronic esoterica' duck!Don't let others' reviews fool you - this is BOC's best album
    - Datacide - 'Flowerhead' - for me one of the best 'dark' ambient albums around
    - Bill Laswell - 'Ambient Compendium' - some masterful Laswell collaborations on a 2cd set that is engaging from 'go to whoa'
    - Lull - 'Continue' - only one 60+ minute track, but it is a fabulous one that keeps an emotional hold on me throughout
    - Zoviet France - not much of their stuff available, but 'Collusion' is good
    - Nobukazu Takemura - 'Scope' - a fabulous, 'glitchy' album.This guy has prodigious talent, as RDJ does, but uses it far more wisely in my view


    Don't let me put you off this album though. It's good, just not the best!

    5-0 out of 5 stars A new direction for Electronica
    Richard James started the trend of Ambient Techno, this album is a collection of wonderful computer made sounds you'd never heard of before. Maybe a little bit before it's time but looking back on it now almost 10 years later this still sound great and not dated at all. The majority of the songs here are rather slow though, James later become quite well known for songs like "Windowlicker" and "Come to Daddy" but even if some songs got fast beats here they're still considered ambient with beautiful meliodic sounds. Wether you're into techno, it's a beautiful sound experience on "I care because you do". It's really fascination what the genius James could do with his music. I can't pick out songs that are better then others, cause I like most of the songs here. "Ventulin" is awesome though and "Come on you slags" sound like a 80's video game even if that song in particular sound a little dated by now. "Next Heap with" sound like organ but get's faster later on, diffrent from the others. "Moo Kid" is probbaly the closest you come to klimax here, it'sbeautiful slow ambient only James cpuld be making. Other then that, all songs are interesting. Just put on the record, it work's all days. Defenitely recommended. ... Read more

    Asin: B000002HIK
    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock   


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    Bible of Dreams
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (15 July, 1997)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars A great album
    A great album there isn't a fill in track anywhere on this cd. This was the first Juno reactor album I brought after hearing their work in the Matrix trilogy and a few other movies. A album I would recommend to anybody to purchase be you a trance lover or not (and I aren't) and wish to add a good record to your collection

    4-0 out of 5 stars Bible Of Dreams
    Bible Of Dreams was, in my opinion, one of their more mediocre albums if you compare the measurments on Odyssey or looking back on Beyond The Infinite.I thought it had a weak entrance (Jardin De Cecile) to give you a any motivation to journey through the rest of the album (that's what I'm looking forward to in their new album [Labyrinth], or so I've read with the reviews on Metropolis Records).Conga Gury and God Is God were on the same levels as Jardin with more light and layed back jungle and industrial beats with some weak rythems.Swamp Thing, Haguya Hime, and Children Of The Night were the three highlights in my opinion.Swamp Thing, include the title as well, gave the song a purpose as it was more darker track with its dangerous beats and ex-haunting tunes...eventually breaking into low guitar chords.The other two along the same lines as well.High Energy Protons (Orion Mix) was a weak ending...they should've ended with a remix of Pistolero or something.Don't get me wrong, Bible Of Dreams is still a must-own after their two previous albums, Transmissions and Beyond The Infinite.That's my review, thanks!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Hmmm...
    It's a good album alright... but some stuff just isn't so great..

    Jardin de Cecile - Starts off with a lush pad, that reminds me of Forest Temple from Zelda: Ocarina of Time, then the beat comes in and drives the song into tribal mode where metallic bongos fill in.

    Conga Fury - Another tribal song incorporating live congas and a lovely female vocal drone. It's a bit too long though.

    God is God - Beware! people say this song is great, although it isn't really that great at all. Sure its got all the Middle Eastern stuff, but its way too repetetive.

    Komit - This is like Watkins travelling back to the days of Transmissions. This song is a nice piece of techno that sometimes slips into drum n bass with hypersynths.

    Swamp Thing - Not really impressed by all the guitar in this track but the congas/bongos are good.

    Kaguya Hime - I really like this track. Some may say its plain and stupid, but I say its its simple and clever. Nice acidy bass and metallic drums.

    Children of the Night - Ugh! Worst song! totally ruins the album im sorry to say.

    Shark - Very mellow down tempo ambient. It features some Vangelis style brass synth.

    High Energy Protons (Orion Mix) - This doesnt sound as full as the original because it doesnt have many effects and things like that. Doesn;t live up to the original at all.

    Im giving this album 4 stars because its a great album but a few songs kind of ruin the whole thing. ... Read more

    Asin: B000003RHN
    Sales Rank: 8759
    Subjects:  1. Dance Music    2. Pop   


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    Rubber Glove Seduction
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (19 April, 1994)
    list price: $6.98
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    5-0 out of 5 stars The Rest of the Story
    The last remaining PTP track --"Show me Your Spine"-- is out there, you just have to look for it (I found it).

    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best Ministry side projects EVER
    You got Chris Connelly and the usual Ministry suspects making two of the coolest songs of the Wax Trax! days. Just listen to the lyrics off 'Rubber Glove Seduction', they are pretty interesting to say the least. 'My Favourite Things' is a great tune too, oh just go buy this now if you have any appreciation for real cool music.

    5-0 out of 5 stars wow!
    rubber glove seduction is one of the greatest songs i have heard. i love this guy's voice. very unique and beautiful ... Read more

    Asin: B000003RIY
    Sales Rank: 62138
    Subjects:  1. Dance Music    2. New Age / Meditation    3. Pop   


    Ebbhead
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (19 March, 1996)
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    Having claimed that their initial electronic purity was more to shock the punk rockers than dismiss guitars, Britain's Nitzer Ebb turns the tables and affronts the industrial audience by messing with its signature EBM sound. Slower tempos and added orchestration work occasionally ("I Give to You," "Godhead") but are mostly a messy experiment. Rather than gaining ferocity with age, à la Ministry, Nitzer Ebb are simply watered down. The hip-hop scratching and disco-industrial fun of "DJVD" are playful and predate Prodigy, but Ebbhead is hardly a step forward for the group whose debut, That Total Age, remains a cornerstone of industrial dance. The addition of a "Family Man" remix serves only to remind the listener what Ebb are capable of, which is much more than this. --Liisa Ladouceur ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Ebbhead~ Nitzer Ebb
    When Nitzer Ebb released Ebbhead in 1991 there was plenty of talk among the so called ebm purists that Nitzer Ebb had strayed from their trademark sound. I was one of them at the time. However, now with a wider palate and a much more mature and open mindset I realize that it a modern ebm master piece. Songs like Family man, lakeside drive and many others show that Bon Harris and Douglas McCarthy were much more inventive then ever given credit for. McCarthy has amazing vocals and Harris is a wiz at using vocal treatments, and other electronic gadgets. This is one amazing ebm album.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Family Man!!!!!
    Nitzer Ebb had already been one of the main acts of the Industrial/EBM scene in the late eighties and with Ebbhead came their finest single "Family Man".Ebbhead was released before the so-called "Industrial Music" revolution in the mid-nineties. If I'm not mistaken, Ebbhead is Ebb's fifth album and they didn't even have an honorable mention once the industrial trend hit the mainstream. Even if that trend only lasted for a few years. Anyhow, Ebbhead picks up where Showtime left off.

    There is more intriguing, hooky, groovy, slam-bash tuneage throughout the cd. "Reasons" kicks off the cd, a medium-paced piece with a beat. Other tracks like "Lakeside Drive" and "Djvd" put the beat in upbeat. Yet it is the singles that really fuel the fire in this release. "I Give To You" has a low-key intro and then leaps into a built-up melody with violin and "Godhead" was another cool single with pounding lyrics and expanding parameters.

    Now, the best Nitzer Ebb tune has to be "Family Man". Nothing else in their list beats this one. It has an awesome beat, awesome lyrics, and their use of instrument loops is, well, awesome. It pretty much culminates everything they have done in their music up to 1991. The "industrial" trend hit the mainstream once Ebb were out of the picture. In a sense, I feel they were never tailor-made for the mainstream and remain an honorable footnote in EBM history.

    Ebbhead, nevertheless, is a fine cd to have and, arguably, their real swan song. After a few listens, I got hooked and I tried not to listen to it too much so I don't get tired of it. However, it's hard, like an addiction. That's how great Ebbhead really is.

    5-0 out of 5 stars EBBHEAD HEAD AND SHOULDERS ABOVE THE REST
    If Mute ever decide to release a Best Of Nitzer Ebb, they could save themselves a considerable amount of time and re-release EBBHEAD in its entirety (possibly with the exception of "Time," which, for my money, is an overlong, annoying waste of, yeah, you guessed it, time) and tack on a few tracks from each of their other albums.

    EBBEHEAD was given to me by a fellow student in my high school science class in the early 90's.A little earlier I had been dumped by my longtime girlfriend and cut from the basketball team.I took up running in the morning as a way to fill two voids in my life.Whenever I wasn't listening to Nine Inch Nails' PRETTY HATE MACHINE during these morning marathons, it was EBBHEAD.Some 15 years later EBBHEAD still sounds fresh, while PRETTY HATE MACHINE sounds, well, 15 years old (this doesn't stop me from enjoying it; it just hasn't aged as well as EBBHEAD).

    EBBHEAD'S timelessness is due to a couple of factors.The most important is probably the stellar production of Alan Wilder, whose wildly inventive soundscapes are sadly missed on the last couple Depeche Mode records (for further listening, check out his spine-tingling work on "Come Alive" from the somewhat hard-to-find Nitzer Ebb E.P. AS IS).Also, EBBHEAD is Nitzer Ebb's most musical outing.Douglas McCarthy makes a real effort to mix things up vocally as opposed to just barking out lyrics like a one-note drill sergeant on steroids.As a result, EBBHEAD is the only Nitzer Ebb record I can listen to from start to finish (with the exception of "Time," as I mentioned) without cringing intermittently.

    Sadly, EBBHEAD was the last great Nitzer Ebb record.BIG HIT followed four years later but forgot to bring the variety and quality."Kick It" and "I Thought" are the only keepers from that monotonous, muddled mess.People blame Flood for ruining Erasure's LOVEBOAT (he didn't; it's a good record, though a notable step down from the dizzy heights of COWBOY, but I digress), but he did a greater musical disservice to BIG HIT by burying the vocals.Here's hoping Nitzer Ebb reunite someday and have the good sense to bring Alan Wilder back into the studio with them. ... Read more

    Asin: B000000P06
    Subjects:  1. Dance Music    2. Pop    3. Rock   


    Black Box: Wax Trax! Records, The First 13 Years 3 CD Set, Includes 76-Page Book
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (01 December, 1994)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars I wish I could give this collection 18 stars
    I dj'd at college radio stations for 5 years in the late '80s, and was always pleasantly excited when I found a Wax Trax! label in the New bin.(Unfortunately, I usually did my shows in the dark and thought the name was "Wax Traxi" for the longest time!)The label was a mainstay of industrial music, and founders Jim Nash and Dannie Flesher consistently managed to sign and produce the most exciting musicians of the time -- the many incarnations of dear troubled genius Al Jourgensen, The Young Gods, FLA, Coil, Controlled Bleeding, Doubting Thomas, A Split Second, Lead Into Gold, Psychic TV, Foetus -- they are all here on three great discs packed with music that makes you want to move and feel. Disc One, Track One: Trent Reznor covers Black Sabbath's 'Supernaut' with 1000 Homo DJs -- a version previously unreleased, and then you are zipping through Sister Machine Gun and The Young Gods and oh so many more seminal industrial bands.Divine puts the "fun" in funky with "The Name Game", the label's second release. I was also happy to hear a few groups that had somehow slipped past me the first time around, like Wreck.I had a great time listening to this collection and am still listening to it.You can put in any of the three discs and be happy for a long time.

    The packaging is beautiful -- a heavyweight black box covered with hip lettering and disturbing images; three black CD cases containing labeled discs and a listing with artist, cut, time and version information; and a terrific booklet that relates the anecdotal history of Wax Trax! -- it's artistically interesting as well as substantive and entertaining.

    If you enjoy industrial music, you cannot go wrong with this incredible collection of the music and people that started it all.And why not put a few bucks into the pockets of the guys who loved the music more than the profits?

    5-0 out of 5 stars Worth the money!
    This Chicago-based record label compilation is an awesome chunk of the work done by most of the best industrial bands that came out of N. America and Europe in the 80s. Very interesting and innovative music- fans of industrial music or darker techno should like most of this stuff quite a bit.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A wee handbook for the perplexed
    This 3 CD set offers an excellent overview of the artists that made WaxTrax! Records synonymous with beautiful, challenging music. Coil, Thrill Kill Kult, Meat Beat Manifesto, Ministry, KMFDM, Pig, RevCo, even some early Frontline Assembly is featured on this Box. And for you NIN fans, there's even the original version of 1,000 Homo DJs' 'Supernaut' with Trent Reznor on vox. The enclosed booklet encapsulates the WT! history, including the TVT buyout. Overall, a great mix of music and information about the early days in Chicago that is well worth the price. ... Read more

    Asin: B000003RGU
    Sales Rank: 75024
    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock   


    With Sympathy
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (25 October, 1990)
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    4-0 out of 5 stars It moved way too quickly...almost the perfect album.
    I've always liked Ministry...well, the old songs, at least. I never quite liked their newer metal songs. Nevertheless, With Sympathy is probably one of their best albums; maybe even one of the best of the 80's. Although it could have been longer, I have no regrets except for maybe "Should have known better".
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    01. (I'm not an) Effigy
    The dictionary definition of an effigy is a crude figure or dummy representing a hated person or group. Some of the lyrics really stand out, especially the bridge when Al sings "I'm not angry...I'm not angry...". The beat is catchy, especially the bass. Starting this album off, you will wonder why Al (The Singer) doesn't like this album...

    02. Revenge
    "Revenge" is the one of the slowest songs on the album, which is saying something since it's kind-of upbeat. It's my personal favorite track. Again, the bass is arpeggiated, and the chorus is harmonized beautifully. This song is about how the singer is mad at someone, I'm thinking. "You did it again, and again, and again" must mean that the person is continuous...

    03. I wanted to tell her
    Am I the only one who heard video game sound effects in the background? "I wanted to tell her" is a great song with a disco-esque beat. The bassline sounds a bit like something out of John Taylor (Duran Duran). The name of the song summarizes up what the song is about: "I wanted to tell her, but I stuck to my lies..." The female's vocals is greatly harmonized.

    04. Work For Love
    T'was okay. There goes those video game sound effects again! This one is the slowest song, and it's kind of laid-back. It's good, but not the greatest by far...Not much to say here!

    05. Here We Go
    ...Here We Go with another angry-esque song! This song is dedicated to all of the evil people in Al's life. I hope they like it as much as I do! As usually, the chorus is harmonized flawlessly, and there's even a horn section! I could see this one played at a Wham! concert in the 80's. Good song.

    06. What He Say
    This one is my second favorite song, because it's greatly hilarious! I love the chorus when Al shouts, "WHAT HE SAY?!?!". This one was reggae-like. I enjoyed it. Another horn section with a xylophone-esque section makes their entrance in this song. It's about dancing and stuff. It gets faster at 1:51. Great song.

    07. Say You're Sorry
    Back to the Effigy-like bass arps! Followed by a harp and such. Not a bad song at all; it ranks up there with Effigy. I personally loved the saxophone solo. (I'm a sucker for sax solos: Rio, True, and other songs like this always get my high points!)

    08. Should have known better
    I didn't care for this one. It was okay, but not perfect. As usual, vocals were great, but it was kind of halfhearted. Eh.

    09. She's Got a Cause
    This gets my bronze medal, actually. Pick this album up immediately after you read about Track 9. "She's got a cause" is about Al being played with by a girl...being used isn't very good! It was pretty darn fast for a ex-love song, though. It was pretty happy sounding, too. Oh, well. We never really learned what the cause was, though. I'll make it my lifelong journey to find out what it is.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Yuk
    No wonder Al Jourgenson has disavowed this rubbish.Sounds like WHAM crossed with Depeche Mode.Best song is the first track I'm Not a Effigy.Thankfully a better sound would be forthcoming.Better to steal this than buy.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great album even if it's pop
    Don't get ministry confused as being just a hardcore industrial band. With Sympathy is an unbelievable album and I think the only reviewers of it are fans of their later stuff. This album is great and very rare, give it a chance! ... Read more

    Asin: B000002VBZ
    Sales Rank: 26395
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Rock    4. Synth Pop   


    Bizzar
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (31 October, 2000)
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    4-0 out of 5 stars not so wicked
    many of u juggalos and juggalettes may hate this album but it aint so bad. this album shows the nice icp but they stil go on about the same s**t even takin the piss out of sharon osbourne. there is stil some cool songs but if u stil dont like them well i dont know what 2 say. all i can say is if u like shangri la then get both bizzar bizaar albums. see ya later juggalos and juggalettes.

    5-0 out of 5 stars a mother's story
    My son, Christopher Colt Kelley, was murdered on December 21, 2001. He was 15 years old and he was a real Juggalo. He used to try and get me to play ICP cd's all the time whenever we were riding in the car together and I wouldn't listen to them. When he was murdered I took the time to sit and listen to what he was in to. I haven't stopped listening to ICP yet. I met Violent J once before Shangri-La came out and I told him all about my son. He held my hand and told me in these words that I will never forget, "You should not be sad that he is gone, you should always look at it like this, whenever it rains, that's him Raining Diamonds down on you." Then Shangri-La dropped and I heard It Rains Diamonds...and I could not stop crying. Now I am a 37 year old Juggalette and I'll be that way 'til I'm dead in the ground. My son was buried with an ICP shirt on and a Hatchetman round his neck. And I plan on going the same way. Everyone has their own thoughts about ICP and the Dark Carnival...but if you're not a true Juggalo....you'll never get it. MCL and R.I.P. Colt....we miss you.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Bizzar
    Intro: An Intro that samples the movie Urban Legend. 2/5

    Bizzar: Crazy production and lyrics. 3/5

    Cherry Pie: Cool song, cherry pie is something i cannot describe on Amazon. 5/5

    Questions: A song bout why they can't see when they stab there eyes or when they chokes friends necks they don't come back, u get the drift. 4/5

    Mr.Happy: A good song bout J getting happy when he murders. 4/5

    Radio Stars: Totally funny song about J and Shaggy selling out and making mainstream music but fail, they try things like DMX, some cheesey punk band and some club music. 5/5

    My Axe: An ok song about J and his buddy the axe. 3/5

    If: A very weird song, but very good. 3/5

    Lets Go All The Way: A cover of a very bad 80's disco song, but ICP make it their own, and it's great, one of the reasons to get this album. 5/5

    Let A Killa: Another great song about J and Shaggy wanting to get it on with celebs like Britney and other women, Shaggys verse is excellent. 5/5

    Juggalo Paradise: A good rocking chorus and good lyrics. 3/5

    Crystal Ball w/Twiztid: Fantastic song, anybody could like this song, i was certainly suprised the 1st time i heard this and you will be when you hear some of the songs before this, it shows how diverse ICP can be.

    Overall: A very different album that takes a break from the Dark Carnival music, another top album from ICP
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    Asin: B000050HS6
    Sales Rank: 9858
    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rap & Hip-Hop    3. Rap-Metal    4. Rap-Rock   


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