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Discussion in 'RC' started by JayKeeley, Mar 23, 2007.
You said it, dude. My thoughts exactly.
I enjoy this album, but holy fuck, I must be missing something?!?
Actually, you could double up on the cum factor and the album would still be underrated IMO. Certainly one of the top 3 albums of this decade, no doubt about it.
I'm now ready to add my load to this bukakke fest --holy shit this is good.
Any news about that vinyl edition?
I still listen to this album every day (sometimes 2 or 3 times) and I'm not sick of it at all.
If any new millenium album could be considered a "classic" in my eyes (ears?), this would be it.
And in a month I'll be seeing them live with swizzlenuts in London
Right, it even sounds different to their previous outings. It's like the stars were aligned for this one. Or something.
Fuck, listening to this album on a rainy cold night... the mood is fucking RIGHT.
Best album released in a loooooooooong time folks!
edit: I guage it comparatively based on the fact that no album I've heard in years has made such a colossal impression on me in such a short time
seeing them live (two nights in a row, at that) took the entire experience to another level entirely
At B'ham, Warning played second and Against Nature had a longer set. Then Pat came on stage for an Obsessed cover
Did you go to the Birmingham date?! I was there, but I got far too drunk. I do remember Warning, and I remember enjoying them, but I doubt I appreciated it as much as I should have done. I didn't even realise another band played after Warning to be honest, haha.
We almost went but there was no train back til 3:00am. Fuck that, I really wanted to see them a 3rd time!
Yeah, it's a good album, but not that good. It's hardly sublime. It's kinda like Schindler's List, you know? It's very desperate to get you sad, and it doesn't' have the time to be subtle about it, so it just dishes out all the sad little clichés it can think of. It gets tiering. Very good riff work and drumming, though!
that's actually a shame. I've heard some people comment -- not necessarily about the Birmingham date though -- that Warning live was a pretty religious experience.
omg different opinion
you shut up!