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Fantastic Planet

Failure

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fantastic planet

dont listen too anyone who says this album is anything less than amzing...thats it...its amazing...buy it now!!

iTunes Review Is Insane! Brilliance, Period!

This is, without a doubt, the best album of the 1990's(Other than Sunny Day Real Estates "How It Feels..." album). The iTunes review is high on Non good drugs, this is brilliance and experimentation at its finest. The guitars are incredible, and massive, the bass is swirling and entrancing with throbbing excellence, and the drums would punch a hole in your chest if standing too close, just amazing! Oh, Ken Andrews vocals are rich and layered so perfectly with the tunes its just perfection. All in all, the dark rich warmth this album has from "Saturday Savior" to the extra darkness of "Daylight" is simply blissful. "Dirty Blue Balloons" is probably the second best love song to Heroin on to "Stuck On You". The guitar explosion of a solo on "Dirty Blue Balloons" is the closest to ear heroin you'll ever get. Plus, "The Nurse Who Loved Me" is their masterpiece, and all the covers of it just proves how influential this amazing band is, and will continue to be. A must have, and I've had it since 1996. Perfect

Incredible

This might be the best album I own, hands down. Worth buying twice. Buy this album- just do it.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

The founding force and career-long creative core of Failure consisted of multi-instrumentalists Ken Andrews and Greg Edwards, a '90s songwriting team practically unrivaled within the claustrophobic confines of post-grunge American rock. The two constantly switched guitar and bass duties in the studio while Andrews took lead vocal duties on the group's three recordings — Edwards has been credited in interviews with having come up with most of Failure's lyrics. When the group performed live,...
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