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My Malady is Beat of Anal!

Noizecore, this is a genre completely over-looked by, hmm, EVERYONE. Here is a nice-'has it all' compilation that even includes a few favorites in it. 5 Reasons You Should Buy This: 1. Diversity-Not only that I almost garentee you've never heard any like this, but the artists are the most unsorted, cross-the-map bunch I've ever seen. Ranging from rock legends deerhoof, to the hilarious satire collages of Evolution Control Comitee. To the most obscure artists like 8=====D, Cussycat and Jazzkammer. To the moddle 'unddergrounds' like V/vm, Books on Tape and Karlheinz, this covers almost everyone. 2. Insanity-On tracks 22 and 29, sitting there listening, I started to really trip out. Maybe because I'm overactively thinking, maybe I'm insane, it was still pretty interesting. 3. Fresh-NO, this is NOT for dancing, it's for listening, and oh what a listen it is. It instantly adds diversity to you playlist, and if you're like me, that's very important. 4. 'Seases!-Perfect example of a 'compilation'. Not those gay 'Best Trance 2004' crap you'll find constantly, these are fresh, exclusive tracks, all named after... diseases! That's a COMPILation. 5. Money-$10.00, 33 songs, beat that. Overall, you won't keep it playing for longer than a few rounds (and maybe showing off it's weird factor to friends), but it's nice conversation-wise, freak out little kids, and it's definetely a wealthy buy, I give it a: 4 out of 5

Is this supposed to induce vomitting?

These "songs" sound like a remote control plane flying past a bug zapper on a hot August evening while your Uncle Dave goes on and on about the importance of drinking eight to ten glasses of water a day. BORING and MONOTONOUS!

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