|Artist:||Harvey Milk||Added:||Jan 2007|
|Add Date:||2007-02-04||Pull Date:||2007-04-08||Charts:||Loud|
|Week Ending:||Apr 8||Mar 25||Mar 11||Feb 25||Feb 18||Feb 11|
|1.||Jan 16, 2009:||Orangeasm
|4.||Mar 04, 2007:||Multiple Personality Disorder
|2.||Apr 07, 2007:||Disordered Bloodstains
|5.||Feb 18, 2007:||Multiple Personality Disorder
|3.||Mar 18, 2007:||Multiple Personality Disorder
|6.||Feb 15, 2007:||public noize racket
(((1))) Oozing sludge with “Danzig from Dixie” vocals.
(((2))) Bassy, and melted hard rock vibe. Sorta like Clutch and the Melvins fused together on 12 ½ rpm.
((3)) Very slow and twangy, mostly terrible vocals like Danzig on downers.
(((4))) Hazy ballad-like, similar to a lot of classic rock leaning bands from the early 90’s (Screaming Trees, Afghan Whigs). Works pretty well.
(((5))) A funny sample from with a kid who wins an Alan Parson Project album. Then “sludge-prog-metal” with a bunch of stop/starts
(((6))) Starts off great but ends up like a baaaad 70’s hard rock ballad.
((7)) More sludge & doom rock with deep “mountain man” vocals. Has some potential but the vocals (Is this Zakk Wylde?) & epic length just kill it.
(((8))) Nice 70’s folk song introspection mixed with Soutern rawk twang. Suprisingly good.
((((9)))) Big sounding epic, 80’s ballad thing eventually gets into “ethereal” when the vocals kick in. Much better than you might think-give it time.
|1.||I've Got A Love||5.||Instrumental|
|3.||Crush Them All||7.||Love Swing|
|4.||Once In A While||8.||Old Glory|