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C. Robinson from Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Aug 29 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Ampere -All Our Tomorrows End Today 10

Ampere
All Our Tomorrows End Today 10"

Ampere are a great example of how you make an album of breif storms into one massive hurricane. Orchid were known for their intelligent song structures and lyrics, on this release Orchid alumni continue that tradition with different results of genius. It won't cure cancer, it won't help you organize your life, it won't even help you lose 10 lbs in a weekend...but it will leave a path of destruction that burns the experience into your soul.

C. Robinson from Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Jul 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Mars Volta -L'Via L'Viaquez (Single) CD
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Mars Volta
L'Via L'Viaquez (Single) CD

A must have for any Mars Volta fan. The video for L'Via L'Viaquez in it's (intended) length, a length of time that MTV feels would be better spent on "Newlyweds," "The Real World," or countless other asinine shows with bulit-in audiences with a collective IQ just above 80. Cynicism aside BE WARNED that the B side "The Bible and the Breathalizer" is merely a musical seague with a spoken poem. Not really a "song," but if you're really into the Mars Volta it should, at least, peak your curiosity.

C. Robinson from Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Jun 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Planes Mistaken For Stars -Spearheading The Sin Movement 7

Planes Mistaken For Stars
Spearheading The Sin Movement 7"

PMFS have done it again. Even in short form this band is nothing short of a great million listens. With so much going on in each track, it will take you a month to take it all in, even though it's only three songs. This 7" contains one of my favorite Planes songs. Well worth it!

C. Robinson from Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Jun 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Planes Mistaken For Stars -Up In Them Guts (Colored Vinyl) LP
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Planes Mistaken For Stars
Up In Them Guts (Colored Vinyl) LP

Holy shit. Why don't you own this yet? Have you been in a coma? Delaware? For Christ's sake buy this album right now. Planes are one of the most creative bands out there right now. They need your support, cause we need to keep a steady stream of good music going. Stop buying the Used, and My Chemical Romance, get schooled by Planes Mistaken For Stars.

C. Robinson from Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Jun 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Dillinger Escape Plan -Miss Machine LP
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Dillinger Escape Plan
Miss Machine LP

Die-hard fans, stay away. Dillinger hasn't made Calculating Infinity 2. With the departure of their singer and the onset of their new vocalist, Dillinger has expanded their sound. Not to say it's not good. It is. But most Dillinger fans are pissed beacuse the band grew. The new vocalist obviously has a thing for Mike Patton, and at times on this record he even sounds like Trent Reznor a little. But it's still Dillinger with plenty of their signature assault to appease the die hards. Oh yeah, and the WORST album artwork of 2004, stangely enough created by Dillinger's ex-singer. Go figure.

C. Robinson from Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Jun 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Pinback -Summer In Abaddon CD
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Pinback
Summer In Abaddon CD

Seriously, it's strange how little people know of Pinback. Their songcrafting abilities are immeasurable, and Rob Crow has one of those voices that sticks in your head for days. Summer in Abaddon is Pinback's latest, greatest, and for those who don't know, it's hard to trump their previous releases (Blue Screen Life, and Offcell EP).

C. Robinson from Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Jun 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Melvins -Salad Of A Thousand Delights DVD
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Melvins
Salad Of A Thousand Delights DVD

This is good for fans who have been with the Melvins for years, or who enjoy the Melvins' back-catalogue. The picture quality is what you would expect from being taped in the 80's from such a low-fi band. The sound is okay, but it captures the Melvins in their most furious and raw.

C. Robinson from Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Jun 3 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Karate -Pockets CD
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Karate
Pockets CD

Buy this CD right now. Now. Buy it now. You hear me? Now. No, don't think now. This is Karate's best album to date.

C. Robinson from Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Jun 3 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Planes Mistaken For Stars -Knife In The Marathon CD
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Planes Mistaken For Stars
Knife In The Marathon CD

Seriously this band is amazing, and underappreciated. Shit these guys are rockin', hard, for you. All the danger that used to be a part of punk is unleashed in every PMFS song. Recognize!

C. Robinson from Ft. Mitchell, KY 
Jun 3 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Jello Biafra With The Melvins -Never Breathe What You Can't See LP
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Jello Biafra With The Melvins
Never Breathe What You Can't See LP

Okay, Melvins, Jello Biafra. Hmm, sounds like a hit. And it is. A swift kick to the pants from a guy who can't be muzzled by fear or sadistic pride in a country lead astray. What does it sound like. It sounds like a cross between the Melvins and DEad Kennedy's, but both lend themselves to each other well. An instant classic!

 
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