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DEEP

Now

 

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3.20 | 34 ratings

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membrain
4 stars This is actually Quite good! The guitar work on here is awesome. You know, I started listening to this, and at the time, I was just going to click it open on the computer to give it a quick audition, and then catalog it, type a file name for it, make a folder, and then move on,.. but as I started playing it, I thought, hmm, you know, this isn't bad at all. And I played the entire album.

The vocals might not be virtuoso, but it's not horrible, kinda ok in fact, compared to some other totally bad stuff, I mean come on, I will take this over any stupid horrible rap crap or Ludacris (does his voice sound like a throaty Frog or what?), or that stupid jerktard Eminem with his whining horrible little squeaky voice that is worse than dry fingernails on a chalkboard and that crap sells millions to little teenies. Compared to that I'd take this ANY DAY!

But in addition to the vocals being not too bad afterall, what IS really cool is the guitar work. Now normally, I can't stand remakes, and this album has one. And in fact, I really would not tolerate the de-sanctification of Led Zeppelin's KASHMIR one of the coolest songs of all time, and they did a remake of that on here. But surprisingly, I not only allowed it, but thought, hmm, ok, you can have that one, Kashmir is still good listening, even your remake. Do some original stuff next time, but I'll let that one pass for now. At least it's not that embarrassment to all humanity remaking and talking over top of sting's Every Breath you Take. God, I get chicken skin up the back of my neck just mentioning that horrible rap song. Ugh!

So anyway, I'll take this album any time! I mean it even made me come on the net to look it up and find out who was the musician that was playing the guitar on the album. And to write this review thing. So it impressed me at least that much.

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