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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Elizabeth on the Bathroom Floor

    This CD, if I understand correctly, was made shortly after lead man E became the only member of his family left after suicide claimed his sister and cancer his mom. Only drummer Butch stayed by E's side, Bass Player what's his name leaving to other things... That being said, this album is a moody piece of art. I can't stop listening to it. As some other reviewers have noted: it's like I'm invading E's personal diary and sharing a pain so immense it almost doesn't take words. There's so much emotion behind this solitary album it, in itself, is nearly overbearing. Songs like "Elizabeth on the Bathroom Floor" and "Going to your Funeral Part I" are enough to make you shudder with grief for someone you know is fine but can't help feel is on death's door or has already crossed that fated threshold. "The Medication's Wearing Off" is poppy without being stupid and "P.S. You Rock My World" lifts a weary head and gives hope that you just knew was useless. This album rocks, listen to it, if it doesn't change the way you listen to rock it will definetly topple something or the other.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This is the Beatles for a new generation.

    This band is relatively undiscovered and yet probably the most talented I have ever heard. They use so many different sounds and bring it together so well it's amazing. Perhaps the best part of their music is that their non-hits are as good as the popular ones. With the exception of the Beatles, this is the only music I've really been able to relate to and feel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    get this cd, you wont regret it !!!

    electro-shock blues is the best cd ever and this is why: it has the best music of any cd and it has great lyrics, nothing dumb or corny. it's not one of those cds that you like a lot at first but then you get sick of it. when i first got it i was dissapointed, there were only afew songs that i liked, last stop: this town, p.s. you rock my world and 3 speed but after giving the cd a chance i and listend to the whole thing through i loved it. my favorent song is climbing to the moon right now but almost all the songs have been my favorent at one time or another

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    Posted December 1, 2010

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