|Artist:||Part Chimp||Added:||Jun 2004|
|Add Date:||2004-09-27||Pull Date:||2004-11-29||Charts:||Loud|
|Week Ending:||Nov 14||Oct 24||Oct 17||Oct 10||Oct 3|
|1.||Nov 12, 2004:||Mike's Approximation
|4.||Oct 14, 2004:||The Digital/Analog War
|2.||Oct 22, 2004:||Baptism of Solitude
|5.||Oct 08, 2004:||Baptism of Solitude
|3.||Oct 15, 2004:||Baptism of Solitude
|6.||Oct 06, 2004:||press and release
1. Clean, metallic (not as in heavy metal as in maybe they are using metal picks, I am not making this up) sounding guitars. Sort of like Shellac’s guitar sound. This dips it’s feet into more chaotic, loud, feedback for short burst, but then back to that guitar.
2. Big, slow, fuzzy, heavy guitar.
3. More melodic and indie rock sounding but still loud.
4. Quiet beginning before you are bludgeoned with bit slow and heavy sounds. This is heavy enough that it’s not far from Doom/Black Sabbath.
5. More of a buildup. More melodic. Better vocals. Reminds me a lot of Queens of the Stone Age.
6. Faster. Fuck yea.
7. The heaviest little drummer boy turned into a guitar riff you’ve ever heard. I kid you not. Well it’s the little drummer boy tune anyways.
8. Feedback and noise.
9. Fuzzy and more melodic but still very distorted.
10. Quiet beginning.
Good stuff. -mph
|3.||Hitlers & Jews||7.||Li'l Bummerboy|