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Powerman 5000-transform

This is what turns me on about Powerman 5000: they never give up. They are
fucking hot. They are great fucking performers. The cd sounds like a live Powerman
5000 performance. The energy off the cd is forceful. Spider reminds me of Billy
Idol, and it is not just the hair.

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Rusty Cooley

When you meet Rusty in person, you meet a gentle soul with a big heart. On the
outside, he seems like an ordinary average guy. He does the fucking family thing.
He takes a pretty picture. He is a great interview.

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Shadows Fall: The Art of Balance

From: New England.

“We really tried to mix it up and have different types of tracks going
on throughout the whole record. The tracks are not the same and that is the
number one noticeable thing about it.” –Matthew Bachand on The Art
of Balance in his MusicIncider Magazine interview.
Shadows Fall is on OZZFEST this year. Shadows Fall will perform dates with Cradle
of Filth, Killswitch Engage, and Sworn Enemy when they aren’t with Ozzy.

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Steve Vai is the Devil

Let me tell you a little story: The Devil was looking to retire. He had a nice
fucking place on The River Styx, and he was looking to kick back with his 666
wives and four million squalling brats. But this particular Devil was a careful
one. He knew he had to pick somebody other than one of his own kids

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Systematic

PLEASURE TO BURN lets you imagine burning away that pain and starting over fresh. Fuck with SYSTEMATIC, and you will be a PLEASURE TO BURN. Tim Narducci delivers strong, clear vocals with a motherfucking fist in the air. His cd performance shows the strong influence of Metallica’s James Hetfield on the band. If you love Metallica, you will love Systematic.

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doubleDrive

In 1996, the hottest new ticket was Atlanta was MK Ultra. MK Ultra went EVERYWHERE
and almost everyone you talked to in every shitty little bar in town could say
that they had heard the name. That’s pretty fucking good when you think
about how many baby bands are in this town. Did you every wonder what became
of them? They became doubleDrive

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Audioslave: The Phoenix Rises

There were four bands to listen to in the nineties. These four bands were Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Rage Against The Machine, and Soundgarden. These were the bands with THE front men for the times. These guys had the voices and knew how to put on a show. –I remember when Pearl Jam and Soundgarden teamed up for Temple of the Dog. Was I the only one that Temple of the Dog made cry? That cd was fucking beautiful.

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Chevelle: Wonder What’s Next

From: suburban Illinois.
I would have liked to have been at the first barbecue the Loeffler boys
played. I bet those hamburgers tasted really fucking good-because those
boys turned into Chevelle, and Chevelle is not the same old tired shit
that’s out there today.

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Damone: From The Attic

From: Waltham, MA
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Damone takes it name from a character in Fast Times At Ridgemont High.
Songwriter Dave Pino wrote all of these heartbreaking tunes trying to
get an ex back. Needless to say, it didn’t work. –But that
busted romance has found a home where it can live forever on Damone’s
cd debut, From The Attic. -They found a perfect vocalist in Noelle LeBlanc,
a Waltham High School senior.

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Gene Loves Jezebel: Exploding Girls

Michael Aston has a hypnotic voice. He has always reminded me of Gary Numan. Gene
Loves Jezebel has always reminded me of The Cure. If you like NIN, or the Cure-you
will like Gene Loves Jezebel. –The new cd on Aston’s label, Bless
Momma Records, is fucking beautiful.

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