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posted a comment on Cradle Of Filth - Vempire: Dark Faerytales In Phallustein. over 6 years ago
I visited Cacophonous Records' offices in 1999 and bought both versions at the same time. It ain't a repress as far as I'm concerned.
posted a review of Black Sabbath. over 12 years ago
Absolutely essential Rock band. I know they're often perceived as a third-rate cheesy metal band, no thanks to Ozzy Osbourne's lame solo career and their own stream of worthless records since the mid-to-late 70s. But on their prime they just couldn't be ... See full review
posted a review of The Beatles - Revolver. over 12 years ago
An absolute masterpiece. You simply won't find a better pop/rock record than this. Not just because the songs are brilliant, but because the album also had an experimental side that never obscured their superb pop hooks or viceversa. In other words, they ... See full review
posted a review of Programme. over 14 years ago
This band deserves a lot more recognition, because they kick ass. The press often compare them with The Young Gods, but they only resemble them in the sampling and overall feel. Programme discards the lush elements of that band, focusing on a dark, blunt ... See full review
posted a review of Snares Man! - Clearance Bin / Breakbeat Malaria. over 15 years ago
Today's top producer Aaron Funk aka Venetian Snares tries his hand at a Ragga/Jungle style, or rather, he adds these influences to his trademark maniacal Breakcore, with amazing results. You know you need this...