mama_kin_034 (mama_kin_034) wrote in liveloverock034,

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I'm Lookin' For A New Way To Die

ok, well heres the first music related post...

recommended albums;

Stone Temple Pilots-Tiny Music...Songs From The Vatican
ok, this album is an excellent follow up to STP's album Purple. classic style, with a cleaner, crisper sound then the previous two albums. Scott Weyland is finally coming into his voice on this album; the band makes the leap from a grunge/pearl jam sounding band, to a classic sound with influence from Pink Floyd to that very Grunge sound they were once a part of. Weyland comes with an original voice that sounds like a Mix of Roger Waters and Bon Scott, and then his own twist that comes from somewhere in that twisted mind of his. Dean DeLeo brings his heavy sound to a band that has a very unique and upbeat sound. this album is not as heavy as Core or Purple, and they bring some unique sounds into the mix like china symbols, and less distortion. some sounds have a very forgein sound, that Dean DeLeo gives life to with his riffs and presents the bands new sound with confidence. Robert DeLeo uses his bass as both a rythems guitar, and a bass, keeping the basic riff going while Dean plays off with one of his many riffs, yet remaining a powerful backbone to the band. by lacking a rythem guitarist, this is vital to the bands success. Eric Kretz proves that you can have a basic drum set, but still can be a solid player. he has some very good rythems, especially in the song Lady Picture sound. the drums are consistent, and have a quality that some bands do not. not fast and over powering, which really ruins the sound of the drums; but styled and smooth. hits off this album include Big Bang Babies, Lady Picture Show, and Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart. other notable songs from the album are Tumble in the Rough, Art School Girl, and Pop's Love Suicide. **** out of *****
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