|4||Doobie Tunes 1 & 2|
|9||Few Seconds of Pain|
|10||Garden Fresh (In a Cool Dry Place)|
The guitar, however, plays a leading role in Cheese, evidenced in severe chord progressions. The band finds imaginative ways to present their music. "The Way," for instance, opens on interesting percussion and tenderly played electric guitar notes, paving the way for earnest rapping, all of which leads to pungent, hard-edged guitar. "Trilogy," "Gaido," (no translation) and others are built around burning Led Zeppelin-styled riffs, while "Doobie Tunes 1 & 2" opens on a repeated bass figure, topped by provocative percussion and a clean, appealing guitar riff. The piece also features several stylistic changes, and includes a pleasant vocal hook as well as growl-throated singing over more searing chord progression.
AllMusic Review by David Gonzales