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Speak and Destroy

My Ruin

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Album Review

My Ruin is Tairrie B.'s newest project. Tairrie got her start as a rapper and went on to be in bands Manhole and Tura Satana. She is joined on this project by a host of musicians. This first disc by the band is a great release that covers a lot of varied musical territory. The underlying focus of the music is gothic in nature, but the sound runs the gamut from rap to techno to electronic to solid modern metal (many times in the course of one song). If you are a fan of exciting experimental, hard-edged music, this may be a great disc for you to pick up. One word of warning, though, much of the lyrical content is graphic and adult in nature, and many of the references are quite anti-Christian. So, if those types of lyrics are objectionable to you, you might want to think twice before making the purchase.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

My Ruin is essentially a solo project of Tairrie B. (formerly of Tura Satana). The group?s first recording was the single of their cover of ?Tainted Love?. That disc also included the original songs ?Blasphemous Girl? and ?Scars? and was released in 1999. The CD was followed shortly by the first full album, Speak and Destroy. Although that album surfaced in the UK in 1999, it wouldn?t see release in the US until 2000. The follow up ?A Prayer Under Pressure?Of Violent Anguish? saw its English release...
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Speak and Destroy, My Ruin
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 22 August 2000

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