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Powerman 5000

Powerman 5000 came down to Georgia. They were looking for some souls to steal
away from fucking MTV. Spider was worried that Atlanta had succumbed to the
curse of pop music. PM5K proved that Atlanta is not under the spell of the fucking
bubblegum corporate machine. Spider and Company made the building literally
shake. The crowd went fucking crazy when they appeared on the stage. PM5K tore

CD Reviews

Tribe of Judah

The Fuck Power of Exit Elvis

An orgasm is a little death. The heart stops for a brief moment in an explosion
of passion and fury. This is the only way to describe the music on Exit Elvis.
The slow build ups are like foreplay. The electronics and keyboards are exciting
teases leading up to the ultimate climax of rock guitars and drums. Mellace,
on guitars, plays like an angel from heaven and a devil from hell. Those guitar
riffs of his make you ache inside for more. The music is so powerful that it
makes you want to rip off your clothes and fuck. Elvis was a sexy bastard at
a young age. Cherone’s voice make you feel like he is right in the room
with you. The combination of vocals and music on this album twists your mind.
Tribe of Judah is what the Smashing Fucking Pumpkins wanted to be.
Left For Dead tells us about the death of God.

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Paradise Lost

The Fallen Angels of Paradise Lost

In the battle for heaven, legions of angels fought on both sides. The fallen
angels in the band that calls itself Paradise Lost mourn the loss of heaven
in this sacrifice offered up to us entitled Symbol of Life. Nick Holmes, who
sounds like James Hetfeld’s twin brother, delivers a fucking soul-wrenching
vocal performance. The vocals are backed up by the driving guitars of Aaron
Aedy and Greg Makintosh. Lee Morris and Stephen Edmondson combine their drum
and bass performances to give a definite heartbeat to every track on Symbol
of Life.

CD Reviews

Ricky Byrd

Tough Room…This World was recorded live at The Bitter End in Manhattan.
Byrd’s vocals remind me of Lou Reed with a heart. His acoustic style slams.
It is like he is bringing that guitar back from the dead. That’s what
you call a fucking New York Libra on guitar. Kasim Sulton’s bass is so
bluesy that it is like a well mixed drink. He complements Ricky’s style.
Simon Kirke’s drumming is such a change from when he is playing with Bad
Company. If you were making a stew, Ricky and Kasim might be the meat and potatoes,
but Simon is the graceful gravy.
The musical styles on the cd are bluesy, jazzy, r&b, soul, and little rock
and roll.

CD Reviews

Grand National

Grand National-KingSIZE: A Bottle of Emotions
Hey all have ya heard about the new band out of Buffalo, NY known as Grand National?
These guys are not The Hives or Good Charlotte. They should be known as the
reincarnation of the Beatles. Yes, that’s what I said, the Beatles. No,

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Gary Numan

Scarred: Live At The Brixton Academy
Gary Numan
Who the fuck is Gary Numan? I hate to admit it, but I needed to know more about
him than he sang that song ‘Cars.’ So, I looked. Let’s start
with that song ‘Cars.’ That song has been covered by Fear Factory,

CD Reviews

Billy Talent

Billy Talent-Demo
I like these guys. They’re cool. They are fucking honest. They say what
they want to say and don’t give a shit what fucking people have to say.
You can feel them kicking the skeletons out of the closet with their Harley’s
on. They sound like a really fucking pissed off Everclear and Offspring combo
with a twist of Faith No More. If Deborah Harry was a guy, she would sound like
Ben the lead singer. Ian D’Sa is a fucking madman. He is himself. He just

CD Reviews

Annie Minogue

Lessons in Love

Annie Minogue-Love Parade

Welcome to the world of Annie Minogue. Her voice makes it a spiritual place.
Annie’s voice is soothing, peaceful, and kind with an energetic kick in
the ass. You can hear the blues come out of her heart. When you first hear her,
you get the edge of Melissa Etheridge and Courtney Love. Maybe Courtney should
take some lessons from Annie. You can feel the spirit of Janis Joplin watching
over her. Annie could be a cross over like Shania Twain or Faith Hill. If MusicIncider
had a chance to coin a new genre, it would be Passion-much like Cursive is labeled

CD Reviews

Adrian Legg

When you hear Adrian Legg for the first time, you see the colors of a rainbow.
You know that his spirit guides and the angels are playing along with him. Playing
with him is one of the greatest guitar players that has passed away-Stevie Ray
Vaughn. I also the hear styles of Jeff Beck, Steve Vai, and Lennon and McCartney-when
the Beatles would do their ballads. Adrian holds his guitar as if he were holding
a six months old child.



Systematic at Earthlink Live was motherfucking ass-kicking. They are like a
train that rides right through you. Tim Narducci’s vocals and stage performance
is like a Ted Nugent, Sammy Hagar cocktail with a twist of Eddie Vedder. Have
ever heard of that drink Sex With an Alligator? Narducci is a sweet kick in
the ass that you are going to fucking love. You are going to just want to have
more of him. Adam Ruppel’s guitar is like Kirk Hammett’s of Metallica.
He plays that fucking guitar like rolling thunder. Johnny Bechtel had a great
fucking stage performance. He is a powerhouse of a bass player. He reminds me
of Oliver Riedel of Rammstein. He plays that bass like a lead guitar. Paul Bostaph
is Dave Grohl’s little brother on the drums. He beats those drums like
he is fucking going to war.
Fuck yeah, I would go see them live. You fucking asshole, if you miss the show,
you’ll miss the train ride of your fucking life.

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