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Album Review

Some of the less inclined may listen to the Network's 2007 offering, This Is Your Pig's Portrait, and think it's merely just a big ol' bundle of noise. But upon closer inspection, its instrumentalists are quite accomplished pluckers and bashers — this stuff is much more complex than your average prog metallists of the world. And also, you've got to love a group that includes not one, not two, not three — but four vocalists. Chaos reins supreme throughout This Is Your Pig's Portrait, especially on the album-opening blitzkrieg, "We Are the Network," as well as "Love on the Lips of a Whore" (how's that for a tender song title?) and the title track. Berserk freak-outs abound.

Customer Reviews

Not Green Day but MoneyMoney2020 is

this is definatly not green day, this must be another band called the network because the album MoneyMoney2020 by a band called the network most definatly is green day. This is not Green Day because none of the song sound anything like Green Day and its all way too screamo. Check out MoneyMoney2020.

no, it isnt green with it

if you buy albums before listening to them you're not all there. Anyways, i thought this album was great. If you know of the bands on Black Market Activites, then you an probably guess the sound. Go ahead and buy it if you like grindcore

amazing album better than anything green day could ever produce

well, my title basically sums it up, this band rocks green day doesn't deal \m/


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The Network emerged from a cloud of mystery in late summer 2003. Almost immediately, rumors and reports circulated that the members of Green Day were somehow involved in the band's out-of-nowhere rise to synth-punk power. Were Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tre Cool masquerading as Fink, Van Gough, and Captain Underpants? And if so, who were their two accomplices, Snoo and Z? The quintet's omnipresent disguises and elaborate back stories made positive I.D. difficult. Nevertheless, speculation...
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