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monster magnet-monolithic baby

Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by karkus30, Feb 25, 2004.

  1. karkus30

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    Im somewhat enjoying this latest purchase, theres a bit of filler at the end, but in general its solid rock. 'Stoner' metal apparently :rolleyes: but to me its just good old metal with attitude sort of cross between The Stooges/MC5 and QOTSA or a heavier Melvins. More of a review later.
     
  2. Donnacha

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    Better than the last studio album IMO. A bit more rawk!!
     
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    The only Monster Magnet album I have is Powertrip, how does it compare to that ?
     
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    they're playing in town tonight. There was a time I'd have gone to see them... but this isn't it. Not for £15.
    Still loving their SuperJudge album though, both on limited tiedyed purpley vinyl and CD.
     
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    Why wouldn't you go see 'em?

    JohnG It's not as good as Powertrip, but along the same lines in terms of sound.
     
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    I don't like them enough to spend £15 to see them. Simple as that. I only rate one of their albums and it's about 10 years old, so they won't be playing many of those tracks, that's for sure. Last time I saw them was at Metallicas Big Day Out at Milton Keynes and I wasn't particularly impressed, although admittedly that was about 5 years ago.
    I also felt it was more productive staying home burning copies of my demo for some European record labels :zonked:
     

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