Re: PM:X2 Thorsday Soundoff - 14 March

Author:Brian Taylor
Date:2019-03-14 22:48:46
In Reply To:Re: PM:X2 Thorsday Soundoff - 14 March by Michael Blevins
Definitely the best album involving Fabio. One of the few DT clone discs I still listen to.
Yeah, this one's got the goods.
It hasn't aged well, IMO, but "Zero The Hero" is still a great tune.
I'm a big fan of the album, but increasingly I'm starting to wonder if anybody cared to sequence this album or if Arden/the label just kind of slapped the songs on in whatever order 'cause the band was too drunk/distracted/resentful to give a damn.
Not a bad one. I really dig Vikstrom's voice, and he's a super-nice guy, to boot.
Yeah, I like this one better than Tales of Creation. Possibly Ancient Dreams, too. And Vikstrom's pretty great.
You really get off on listening to things I tossed out my window while driving, don't you? ;) To be fair, there's a couple of decent pieces here, but, overall, ugh.
I am the Nobody's Favorites guy! Well, actually, I just paid for it 'cause I'm a sucker -- er, collector -- and now I'm gonna get my money's worth out of it.

Also: "Dance Sleazy" > "I Won't Dance" YEAH I SAID IT BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
Never gets old.
First one I found enjoyable in a long time - well, that didn't have Arch on it. ;)
Yup. I don't love it but I do like it a good deal more than, say, Darkness in a Different Light.
I was preparing for the concert I didn't end up going to 'cause fuck you Lyft surge pricing 'cause they added "Toxic Remedy" to the setlist and I didn't remember how it went.

I still don't remember how it goes, but I guess at least it's one up on -- like -- "Just Us" which I now remember and would like to forget.
I do rather like this.
Yeah. The Verdict turns out to be the album I hoped they'd make after the self-titled. DIdn't see that coming, but I'm here for it.
Lucifer - "II":

I'm still not sure how I feel about this band. I enjoyed listening to this, especially the first couple of songs, but it does get samey and it doesn't leap at me.
On the list to get to eventually, but another copy of The Oath's album and Death Penalty -- speaking of doom/retro bands with women singers that Gaz Jennings was involved with! -- are higher priority.
Ashes of Ares - "Well of Souls":

Yeah, well, better than the first one, I think.
Also on the list.
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