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"It is nearly impossible for any new discoverer of what scattered remains are left from thrash scene of old to comprehend the sheer number of likeminded bands that once saturated the metal scene in the late-eighties until the early-nineties." That is without a doubt the most obtuse sentence I've ever read. Doesn't anyone bother to proofread the shit Gluck spits out? I mean what the f*ck happened ot the 'the' between the words 'from' and 'thrash'?
The sentence reads fine, it's you who can't read. Discover what is called "a bookstore"
holy long review batman. i wanted a review, not the life cycle of a band to this point in history. editing + journalism = good journalism.
I want to hear this. Psycho Savant is pretty good. Yay for RAOV and Municipal Waste cameos in this review.
As annoying as it is to criticize an entire review based solely on the exclusion of a "the" in the first line, that sentence definitely needs "the" between "from" and "thrash."
I didn't think Lost & Found was still an active label? Didnt they rip off tons of bands (Converge, Ignite, etc)?
Lost and Found Records is a US based label that is just barely starting up... This is their first reissue, and I hope there are more to come!
That was actually fun to read, but it's more a history of Metal Blade, less a record review. When did the actual music criticism start, the last paragraph?
one word: verbose. I prefer the reviews that 4 paragraphs or less...holy shit this one sucks
wizardsbeard: Just buy the f*cking record, jerk.
Be a little more patronizing next time dude.
i haven't read any of the comments, and i haven't checked the bottom of the page to see who wrote this. in fact, i've only read the first sentence. this is gluck, isn't it? god damn it.
"It is nearly impossible for any new discoverer of what scattered remains are left from thrash scene of old to comprehend the sheer number of likeminded bands that once saturated the metal scene in the late-eighties until the early-nineties."...is that f*cking english?
alright, i just read the whole thing. the "god damn it" still stands. challenge for gluck: next time, just review the record. just the record. review the record. give it a shot.
i liked the review. i learned some new information. thanks!
i dont know what the f*ck shadows fall writing rock records has to do with a new intruder record
Michael, it sounds like you have a firm grasp of the subject matter. But no one can understand what you're saying with those convoluted, multi-clause sentences. If you would just keep your language simple and stay on topic, your reviews would be very good. But right now, they're impenetrable.