|Lollipop Lust Kill / Hookers to the Left/Drugs...|
|Album:||Hookers to the Left/Drugs...||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Lollipop Lust Kill||Added:||01/2003|
|Add Date:||2003-04-07||Pull Date:||2003-06-09||Charts:||Loud|
|Week Ending:||4 May||27 Apr||20 Apr||13 Apr|
|1.||Apr 30, 2003:||The Disclaimer |
Can't Get Away
|3.||Apr 16, 2003:||The Disclaimer |
Can't Get Away
|2.||Apr 23, 2003:||The Disclaimer |
|4.||Apr 09, 2003:||The Disclaimer |
A quick, live EP by this goth/metal/hardcore band from Ohio. Sounds rather original, as in they don’t steal too blatantly from anyone, but the above elements are all there. The sound and production are great, and the songs carry well into the live medium. There is some stage banter at the end of certain tracks, but it’s kept to a minimum. Lots of screeched vocals, damn nearly unintelligible. Lots of darkness, which is the overall vibe of this. Very loose feeling to the whole thing, seems like they just wanted to have fun, and we can all appreciate that. All the songs are from their “My So Called Life” CD, and after hearing this, I’m tempted to go listen to more of their music. Add-worthy, and very playable, so play it! |
2) Pretty basic goth/hard rock, but they pull it off nicely, and I dig it.
3) Awesome riff with some kick-ass lyrics to boot, but FCCs.
5) Depeche Mode cover!!! Awesome! “Reach out and touch faith!” Play this at all costs.
6) The best song here, about a wicked girl who "played a playa", so to speak. Excellent riffage, nice breakdowns, tight sound throughout, with a decent try at a solo towards the end.
|2.||Black All Over||5.||Personal Jesus|
|3.||Everything I||6.||Can't Get Away|