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good band, but this reviewer is an arrogant prick.
I cried when I read this review because I figured out how to read, then forget again around sentence 2 and then remembered again around paragraph 1. So, anyway, this is a great cd - one I enjoy listening to while I practice my tai chi and eating glass. Quesiton Mark and The Mysterians are the best band ever and are infinitely heavier than even Ted Nugent himself.
finally ND gets a review and some respect by the goat. Good for them
90 % OF THE GOAT SHOULD NOT LISTEN TO THEM' KEEP AWAY AND STICK WITH YOUR BANE AND PTW
Hahahahah Jamey Jasta guests on this CD, that's hilarious. I enjoy this CD.
Why is it that when someone reviews a shitbag record by a shitbag band, everyone reads the shit and freaks out either agreeing or disagreeing, but when someone gives props to one of the all-time pioneers of metal as we know it, nobody gives a shit? Great album, great review, great band.
this review sucks. the actual album review doesnt come in until the fifth from last sentence in the second paragraph.
Because Lambgoat is perhaps one of the most ignorant and backwards websites on the internet? Just a guess. Could be wrong.
hope its "8/10". can't they do better than 10 songs? i want more dammit, and this should get some damn radio play, oh wait, i'm not on planet Opposite Of This One, continue with the 3 doors down and papa roach, and ancient ac/dc tunes america.
There are actually 15 tracks, not 10. I don't know why only ten came up.
"The fact (and I emphasize the word fact) that a significant number of Lambgoat viewers were not even born when Napalm Death released classic albums like Scum is a testament to just how influential this band is..." Non-sequitur.
I agree with all who attested to Napalm Death's greatness & influence. Originally, I felt that the 1/2 paragraph that actually addressed the content of the album was part of a very bad review. Perhaps this is a shitty review. That's beside the point though. Napalm Death are stalwarts in this game. It is pointless to waste one's breath in explaining the nature of an album that anybody familiar with the band would no less expect from them. For the kids who have never heard Napalm Death befor
There are actually 15 tracks, not 10. I don't know why only ten came up. posted by Ash () on 5/3/2005 12:25:02 PM they could have done better than 15 tracks. go f*ckin ape shit and get all agoraphobic nosebleed, i want 100 tracks of napalm. uh, just say no to mid-day caffeine kids.
i'm just amazed someone made a ? and the mysterians reference. wow.
Oh yeah, Jeff Carcass. Easily one of the better vocalists of all time. Oh my, that Jeff Carcass!
The f*ck are people talking about? Looks like 15 tracks to me. Anyway, this album f*cking owns. You can't even begin to compare the greatness of ND to anyone else; it's a requirement that it be the other way around. 9/10 Plus Jello's appearance is great. How can you go wrong with the intro to "The Great and the Good"?
oh yeah, great guest appearances. Jeff Carcass. My favorite.