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Old 12-18-2010, 05:05 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Do I really need to add anything else?
Peter Chriss is like the most hilarious human being in the world. I need to here this album.
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Old 12-18-2010, 05:07 PM   #42 (permalink)
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I quite like this one actually.
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Old 12-18-2010, 05:15 PM   #43 (permalink)
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Peter Chriss is like the most hilarious human being in the world. I need to here this album.
Peter Criss's solo album is terrible, It's so bad it makes Gene Simmons effort sound reasonable. If you're into really weak jazzy 70s rock and lame Rod Stewart soundalike ballads this really is the album for you.
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Peter Criss's solo album is terrible, It's so bad it makes Gene Simmons effort sound reasonable. If you're into really weak jazzy 70s rock and lame Rod Stewart soundalike ballads this really is the album for you.
Theres a lot of 70's jazz rock thats kick ass though. Bitches Brew is one the best albums imo of the 70's.
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Oh i'm not dissing the entire genre.

Ian Gillan's Clear Air Turbulence album does it wonderfully well.

I never thought I'd see the day someone compares a Peter Criss album to Bitches Brew
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Oh i'm not dissing the entire genre.

Ian Gillan's Clear Air Turbulence album does it wonderfully well.

I never thought I'd see the day someone compares a Peter Criss album to Bitches Brew
Haha i was just sticking up for 70's jazz rock, Peter Criss has no spot in my life either.

And I agree about Ian Gillan. In fact I started actually listening to Sabbath again when Dio left and Gillan came in. Although most people probably feel differently than I on that topic.

ps: Clear Air Turbulence has one of the coolest album covers ever. Although I have the remastered version so I dont know if the original artwork was different.
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I love it that this song inspired this review of that album on RYM...

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what about:

Phillip Selway (from radiohead)
J. Tillman (from Fleet Foxes)
S. Carey (from Bon Iver)
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Sorry for the constant cover complaints, but I guess it's just a fact of life that such projects and franchises make up for many of musical crimes out there. This little rant is against the long series of Smurf cover albums targetted towards children, or rather their parents. These are albums with hits covers where the songs sound like they're being sung by the smurfs.

When I was a kid, I loved listening to music, even if it wasn't smurfified. Why do some parents seem to think that a song has to be dumbed down to a stupid parody before it can be served to children? Are children really only able to appreciate the laughably bad? I don't think so.

I'm not sure how popular these are in the rest of the world, but in Norway, it seems there's at least one new smurf release every year. One thing is certain; my kids are not gonna listen to smurf hits





this is both a crime against music and a crime against kids' TV shows
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