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Hideous and Perfect

Angelspit

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Review of Hideous And Perfect

After the dissapointment that was BLOOD, DEATH and IVORY, I brought HIDEOUS AND PERFECT hoping the band had returned to the glory days of KRANKHAUS. I had a bit of money to spare, and I wasn't really expecting my wish to be granted. It wasn't. While the previous album was spent attacking images in the media (in pure social worker style), this album is spent attacking consumerism. The subject isn't as immature as the last album, but it's not much better. In their KRANKHAUS days, Angelspit produced music that was interesting, varied, and sexy in a complicated way. HIDEOUS is silly industrial punk from a band that could have been much, much more. Unless the band return to their medical fetish style, vary their music again (because the songs on this album, and the last, all sound the same), and add a couple more slow, sexy songs in the style of Juicy, Devilicious, and Lust Worthy, I won't be buying the next album. I own everything this band has brought out, but I'm not fifteen years old, and I can't listen to a band prattle on about how everyone's in love with money when I'm pretty sure they'd like to make a lot more of it. Even Marylin Manson and System Of A Down took on this subject with more maturity. Seriously. This band started off creating music about desire, what happened?

Hideous and Perfect, Angelspit
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