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Good call. I think I like it more than the last Exodus cd though. It's faster and I'm all about speed. hahaha
Well, you know, apart from that one track which sounds like Motorhead
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Well, you know, apart from that one track which sounds like Motorhead
No doubt. Is that a bonus track or something? It's weird to have a song after the "Outro"

As average as that song is it would probably be one of the best songs on the last Motorhead cd to me.
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Old 02-02-2011, 05:48 PM
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I definitely appreciate the fact they are trying something different, especially considering this is only their second album.
I understand why bands may want to evolve, but this is not an evolution by any means. They totally changed their sound. Fuck, if you're gonna drastically change that much, at least make it good. They went went from groove-thrash to radio hard rock. But I don't think I'm gonna change your mind at this point... I just wanted to rant.
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I listened to the new Macabre. Not sure if anyone else on here even listens to them but I think it's pretty good. There is alot of clean vocals on this album suprisingly. The best song is Black Knight I suggest you guys check it out it you have never heard of this band.
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Old 02-02-2011, 06:19 PM
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I understand why bands may want to evolve, but this is not an evolution by any means. They totally changed their sound. Fuck, if you're gonna drastically change that much, at least make it good. They went went from groove-thrash to radio hard rock. But I don't think I'm gonna change your mind at this point... I just wanted to rant.
That pretty much sums it up perfectly. I had really high expectations too
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No doubt. Is that a bonus track or something? It's weird to have a song after the "Outro"

As average as that song is it would probably be one of the best songs on the last Motorhead cd to me.
Yes, it's a bonus track for the special edition. And was recently released as a charity double a-side single (probably raised about $3 )

And dude, it's a Motorhead cover. Come on! It's only the title track from one of their most popular trio of albums. Played at every show without fail. Namesake of their massively famous lighting rig. That's all. Tell me you knew that.

And yes, like more or less all early Motorhead, it is incredibly average.
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Yes, it's a bonus track for the special edition. And was recently released as a charity double a-side single (probably raised about $3 )

And dude, it's a Motorhead cover. Come on! It's only the title track from one of their most popular trio of albums. Played at every show without fail. Namesake of their massively famous lighting rig. That's all. Tell me you knew that.

And yes, like more or less all early Motorhead, it is incredibly average.
hahaha. I thought it sounded familiar. That's too funny. The messed up thing is as average as it is it's still better than the last motorhead album. I didn't like 1 song personally on either of their last 2 albums. To each his own though. I'm sure Lemmy is huge over there but over here on the east coast he can't sell out a 500 capacity club. He sold less than 300 last time and he had a great opener if I recall. People on here seem to worship him for some reason though...
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hahaha. I thought it sounded familiar. That's too funny. The messed up thing is as average as it is it's still better than the last motorhead album. I didn't like 1 song personally on either of their last 2 albums. To each his own though. I'm sure Lemmy is huge over there but over here on the east coast he can't sell out a 500 capacity club. He sold less than 300 last time and he had a great opener if I recall. People on here seem to worship him for some reason though...
Yep, plays 5,000 capacity venues here. They're an institution.

The last two Motorhead albums were average (for Motorhead, so that's still better than most). The two before that were superb. And several of the '90s albums were too. Hit and miss in the '80s.
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