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Michale Graves

Punk Rock Is Dead

(Misfits)

Horror High 1204

Released on June 21, 2005

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The new record from Michale Graves. It's the middle finger, it's the triumphant ressurection. After signing with horror rock label 'Horror High', Michale went back to the start and wrote 11 new tracks and recorded them all in 1 month. With Gotham Road drummer Paul Lifeless on the drums Michale delivered the record to Horror High in time for a June 21st release date. He and his band (consisting of J.V. Bastard of Gotham Road/Ex-Mister Monster, J~Sin Trioxin; founder of Mister Monster and guitar player for Blitzkid and introducing Matt Johnson on the drums) have touredthe world in support of Punk Rock Is Dead!

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Brandon from Boiling Springs, SC 
Aug 25 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a good horror punk album by the ex misfits vocalist. I must say, his efforts with the misfits were better, it is like he is not trying to sing sometimes on these songs. Nevertheless, it is a very enjoyable CD.

Godzilla is one of my favorite tracks, being a fan of the Dai-Kaiju King myself. Punk Rock is Dead reflects the supposedly dead punk scene, and Teenage Monster is pretty good too. Exit is another personal favorite.

Good job Michale, we know you are capable of better though.

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Adrian from Co Londonderry, United Kingdom 
Mar 4 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Really love this cd, really reminds me of Famous Monsters era type stuff. Some really catchy moments along with great songs. I actually prefer this album to Return To Earth but at any point at least Michale aint like Jerry and is actually doing some new material.

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Luke from Ongerup, Australia 
Feb 1 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Hey, first things first iam am a huge misfits fan whether it's old and new era's of the band cd's. i gave this 4 stars cos it kinda didnt have the edge as misfits famous monsters, american phyco and cuts from the crypt which graves sang on previously. But if your a fan of new misfits then definatly buy this cd.

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Kevin from Sparta, NC 
Aug 24 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Michale graves has amazing talent if u like misfits when michale was in it the youll love this! it does not matter what people write about him and his ex band those people can eat a hot bowl of dick for all i care the cd is bit slower but with some heavy kind of punk in the background.I totally recommend this cd but if u dont like it please dont write shit about the guy most of u who write shit about him still probably live at home and hes doing this for a living and if u dont have anything helpful or positive towards him then dont write anything!!!

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Daniel from Indianapolis, IN 
May 5 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Ok first off all the nay sayers need to get off Graves' ass. Just because he had the odacity to join a reunited Misfits and replace the all mighty Danzig is no reason to despise him. Had he not joined the band someone else would have and everyone would hate that guy. And if Graves would have gone on and started his own horror punk band with material similar to the Psycho/Monsters albums he'd be reveared as the next great voice in the genre. So if you already have your own negative pre-concieved notions of Michale Graves save your money and buy somthing else, I mean really why buy a CD you know your gonna hate just to complain about it. As for his politics, how can anyone claim to be open minded, as many of those on the far left do, if they reject the views and oppinions of someone else. And why is Graves the only one who gets blacklisted for it Bobby Steele and one of the godfathers of punk rock Johnny Ramone also came out in support of the lesser of two evils in the election of 2004 but where is the outcry againts them? Anyway on to the album at hand, we all know the reunited Misfits never even came close to the band we all loved from the early 80's but through all the critisism, and I admit I was just as critical as the next guy, the Graves era Misfits still put out two killer records and after hearing American Psycho I had to shut up, Graves has a far different voice than Danzig he still has a great voice and he knows how to write great punk rock songs. However this album did fall a little short, all the songs were written and recorded in one month and it kinda shows. I was hoping to hear more tracks like I Dont Wanna be a Superhero from the Roadrunner Allstars album but this is a little softer than that. Another complaint is it's way to short, 11 tracks 24 minutes, so just as the CD starts to grow on you to get tired of hearing it and start skipping to the best songs Like Beware, and the last three I don't remember the names. But all in all a pretty decent CD just as long as you don't buy it with any negative pre-concieved animosity. I really think Graves could do much better, especially if he hooked up with kick ass band of bad ass musicians like say Bobby Steele if they ever got together they could take over the frakin world.

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Daniel from Wicklow, Ireland 
Feb 14 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Michale Graves 'Punk Rock is Dead' I bought this c/d out of respect for Mr Graves I had only heard 'Punk Rock is Dead'and 'Earth vs Spider'both ok songs but i think there is better songs on the album for example Godzilla (does the opening riff remind anyone of scream(Misfits song)? Michales voice is amazing Great album if you are a fan of his work buy this i heard he is working on a new album and he is shooting a video for Butcher shop

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Stephen from County Down, United Kingdom 
Jan 30 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

There will no doubt be plenty of Glen Danzig fans queuing up to knock this release by 'that other Ex-Misfit vocalist' but the truth is that this is pretty good stuff. Undeniably Misfit sounding but more than strong enough to be sold on it's own merit without the Misfits tag. One of my favorite cd's of 2005.

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Bill from Telford, United Kingdom 
Jan 7 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I was totally surprised with this album. I was expecting it to sound like the Misfits style metal influence, but it has lots of punk elements. Good CD.

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Jonathan from St Chamas, France 
Jan 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great cd, sounds not like famous monster or american phsyco but if you like the Graves' voice buy this cd. It's a good horror punk stuff!

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Dec 29 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I still think Michale Graves has yet to team up with good songwriters. It would be awesome if He and Bobby Steel (also an Ex-Misfit) got together and made a record together. How wonderful would that be? Anyways, this CD is ok, like I said if Graves gets together with different songwriters he really could be great.

 
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