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Idiot Flesh



3.76 | 22 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Continuing my Idiotic voyage from other two albums, my sails got me to this obscure album. This albums really sounds like debut, when compared to other two, it sounds immature (little bit), bunch of guys (not single girl here) trying to make some fun while doing music (and recording it all). Many things will be the same as in previous reviews, so please read them too.

This debut is also funky a lot, using strong bass line (as showed in Housewife.

For example Heavy Metal Beer means Brian May like guitar solos doing weird melody together with mumbled chantings and Heavy sounds in general.

Sounds here are more aggressive (I suppose), Get Floor would be prime example, but many others too.

But it's not bad album and I quite like it to be honest, not exactly sure why because it's quite straightforward album.

4(-), to be exact.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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