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Number Twelve Looks Like You

Put OnYour Rosy Red Glasses

Brutal 5

Released on August 12, 2003

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A furious, techinical blend of metal, grind and noise. The Number Twelve's debut release on Brutal Records. This release pushes the boundaries of the grindcore genre with it's intense drumming, genius guitar riffs and screams that range from deadly lows to pterodactyl screeches.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Don't Get Blood On My Prada Shoes  12%
2 Jesus & Tori Voted #1  23%
3 Document - Grace Budd  2%
4 Blue Dress  17%
5 If These Bullets Could Talk Voted #2  20%
6 Bambi The Hooker And A Case Of Beer  4%
7 Empty Calm  3%
8 Civetadei Voted #3  20%
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Eric from Stein, Netherlands 
Jul 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this album is awesome, maybe a little bit more music would have been nice, but the music that's on the disc is well worth the money. unbelievable drumming, high and low vocals, chaotic riffs. great cd :)

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Zach from Omaha, NE 
Jun 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is probably one of the best CD's I have picked up in a while. The technicality of every song amazes me. The drumming is phenominal along with everything else. This band seems like they have alot going for them and hopefully they will continue doing what they do. As soon as another one of their albums comes out, you can be sure as shit that I'll be picking it up.

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Alex from Kirkella, Hull, United Kingdom 
Apr 20 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD kicks serious ass, a hybrid of grind, emo, mathcore, noise with some nice stark acoustic moments. Intense as fuck musicianship

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Eric from Leesburg, VA 
Mar 4 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Number 12 Looks Like You is like listening to the soundtrack to the apocalypse. Absolutely brutal and insane. Definetly for any fans of Dillinger Escape Plan or any other technical metal bands.

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Richard from Shrewsbury, United Kingdom 
Feb 17 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you felt nauseous, paranoid and violated the first time you every heard bands like Deadguy, Kiss It Goodbye or Neurosis, prepare to it that all over again. There are definitely a certain amount of bands out there that can provoke fear in the mind of the listener, especially on first listen. From the vomited-forward beginning of Don’t Get Blood On My Prada Shoes, TNT are going to lead you roughly by the hand somewhere, not tell you where, then be sick on you because they thinks it’s sexy. The guitar work here, just in the first ten seconds, is utterly astounding (as is the rest of the band), and you know that it’s going to be quality. With what seems like two vocalists (but doing five or six disorientating sounds), this band is an absolute feast of HC talent. Very difficult to pin down exactly who or what they sound like, TNT seem to just bloodily carve different aspects out of guitar rock / metalcore / punk / Flamenco (no, really!), chuck them in a big pot, not cook it properly, and then force it down the neck of the listener that they have just been sick on. Oh, they’re lovely, I can tell you. But, regardless of the horror of their actual sound, they are a force to be reckoned with in the talent stakes. There are quite a few decent grind-y bands around at the moment that can just about keep the stamina to play their sound, but TNT don’t have a specific sound, so they have to juggle several sounds that bash into each other like choirboys in fucked-up dodgems, and still play everything with pin-point, clinical precision. Every song on here is an absolute jewel of HC wrongness, but special mention must go to If These Bullets Could Talk, which sounds like Iron Maiden and Daughters setting fire to a sweets factory once owned by Shai Hulud, even though there is a party of choirboys being shown the factory floor and all ready to enjoy the free sweets, wide-eyed and mouths watering with anticipation. This band are the Debbie McGee of HC cool.

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Greg from Grimsby, United Kingdom 
Jan 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The number twelve looks like you... to me are the most influential and inspirational band ive come accross. This is hard emotional music at its finest, this CD falls nothing short of short of intense, the guitars and bass are very talented and technical musicians, their riffs really do have teeth, The Drummer Chree is awesome... on the twin bass pedal he sounds like hes got his fingers on machine gun triggers.. but what really stands out to me is the dual vocalist attack... high pitch screams to low growls, and emotional cries. These guys are beautiful and i wish them all the best and with wishful thinking look forward to seeing them on brittish shores. I dont want to compare this CD to anything else, its awesome... but with tour friends like 'The sawtooth grin' and 'From a second story window' how can you go wrong? buy it!

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