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Artist: BLISS
Year: 1999
Genre: Heavy/goth metal

The album 'Re-Thought' finds the band covering DEAD OR ALIVE's 'You Spin Me Right Round' and FINE YOUNG CANNIBALS 'She Drives Me Crazy'.


01. Lock Down
02. Dark Lovers
03. Cage Me
04. You Spin Me Round
05. Hidden
06. Body Art
07. Night Skin
08. She Drives Me Crazy
09. Upon You
10. Rethought

Category: Alternative | Views: 328 | Added: Rat | Data: 24.05.2010 | Comments (0)

Country: Germany
Genre: EBM, Industrial
Year: 2006
Releaser: Violator
Aprox time: 52:20

in some ways very similar to post 'Menschenbrecher,' this album has it's own distinctive sound.

Clear production, heavy guitar riffs and catchy choruses make this album their most straight forward and seemingly focused album to date.

With this release, Terminal Choice has even gotten into doing covers of other bands (Yazoo and A Flock of Seagulls") with amazing results.

If a fan of Termianl Choice or Rammstein, I would highly suggest this album to you. ... Read more »

Category: Alternative | Views: 262 | Added: Rat | Data: 24.05.2010 | Comments (0)

Date of Release: Jul 27, 2007

Genre: Rock
Styles: Rap-Metal, Alternative Metal

Label: Nuclear Blast (27361 18990)


Latest album from Scandinavian Rap-Metal outfit Clawfinger, who still stick to their Rap-Metal sound that made them famous in 1994 with their debut "Deaf Dumb Blind".

Special Edition contains 2 Bonus Track.

Specs: EAC / APE / Cue / Log / No Covers

Track list:

1. The price we pay
2. Life will kill you
3. Prisoners
4. Final stand
5. None the wiser
6. Little baby
... Read more »

Category: Alternative | Views: 281 | Added: Rat | Data: 24.05.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Aztec Camera
Album: Dreamland
Released: 1993
Source: WEA
Genre: new romantics
Format: eac.ape.covers

Whoever got the idea of putting erstwhile lo-tech pop hero Roddy Frame in the studio with the legendarily hi-tech keyboardist/composer/producer Ryuichi Sakamoto ought to at least get credit for thinking outside the box. And if the experiment wasn't an unqualified success, well, that's what usually happens when you think outside the box. Dreamland is far from a failure; by this point in his career, Frame's pop craft is too instinctive to permit that. But Sakam ... Read more »
Category: Alternative | Views: 301 | Added: Rat | Data: 24.05.2010 | Comments (0)

Date of Release: Sep 28, 2007

Genre: Rock
Styles: Hard Rock

Label: Roadrunner (0016861797126)

AMG Review:

Ever since 1987's Rick Rubin-produced Electric, the Cult have never shied away from reveling in the trashiest aspects of rock & roll culture. No doubt, Ian Astbury's sojourn replacing Jim Morrison in the Doors -- or, as they were litigated into calling themselves, Riders on the Storm -- must have caused the '60s to resonate with him much more than singing a tribute to Edie Sedgwick, as he did on the Cult's Sonic Temple. So in 2007, an age when pure hard rock was nothing to be ashamed of, the Cult roared back with the back-to-basics record Born into This. (As in the past, Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy are the Cult; bassist Chris Wyse and drummer John Tempesta are nothing more than hired guns here.) From t ... Read more »

Category: Alternative | Views: 295 | Added: Rat | Data: 24.05.2010 | Comments (0)

Date of Release: Sep 28, 2007

Genre: Rock
Styles: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock

Label: Atlantic (7567-89966-2)

AMG Review:

Say this for Matchbox Twenty -- they've gotten better the longer they've stuck around. And that's not just their music, either: they've dropped the pretense of spelling their name as matchbox 20, they've gone away from cumbersome album titles, and they've embraced their status as MOR rockers. All of this is evident on Exile on Mainstream, which is not only the first of their albums to bear a simple yet clever title, it's a collection of hits that traces their progression into a good, solid mainstream band and is also buttressed by an EP that finds them livelier than ever. Bolder, too, especially on the rockabilly of "I'll Believe You When" and the slow oldies beat of "Can't Let You Go," which are l ... Read more »

Category: Alternative | Views: 565 | Added: Rat | Data: 24.05.2010 | Comments (0)

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