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||Date: February 15, 2002 at 23:48|
|The "True DRIVE Fan", will know that this is not the original recording of "Diablero". As a remixed and rearranged album it definately packs an ass whoopin. Listen to the true beauty of Dave Taylor's voice, the harmonies from hell. Before you can get over that the guitars make you to realize another level of hypnotic melody. You can't mistake the timeless and flawless rythyms of Mike & Val. You can listen to this album for three months straight and hear something new EVERY SINGLE TIME.
||Date: February 15, 2002 at 23:56|
|The "True DRIVE Fan", will know that this is not the original recording of "Diablero". As a remixed and rearranged album, it definately packs an ass whoopin! Listen to the true beauty of Dave Taylor's voice, the harmonies from hell. Before you can get over that, the guitars deliver another level of hypnotic melody. This rythym section can stomp & flow with spirit and purpose. Everything has a reason, it's a true work of art. You can listen to this album for three months straight and hear somethi
||Date: May 6, 2002 at 6:13|
|Good singer, great guitars, but.. The first DRIVE album is cool US- metal. This one is just Hardrock with lots of groovs. A mix between SIAM, LED ZEPPELIN and all the weak songs from SKID ROW.
||Date: October 9, 2003 at 21:54|
|It's indeed a great album, brilliant musicians and cool songs. Lots of variety too. The first 7 tracks are nothing but seven jewels, one after another. Unfortunately, tracks 8-9-10-11 aren't as good as the rest of the album, but still I'd highly reccomend it. The band had real talent.
||Date: October 9, 2003 at 21:59|
|Oh, by the way... GLAM?? Man, this is heavy metal, with some hard rock influences, but often bordering on thrash and speed metal.... how can songs like "Brujo" or "Shapeshifter" be defined "glam"? :P
||Date: October 11, 2003 at 16:10|
|GARBAGE. Anyone who likes this CD needs to stick a toilet plunger up to their head and apply the correct amount of suction in order to remove the rich deposits of fecal matter.
||Date: February 2, 2004 at 0:05|
|Nice in-depht and helpful comment, koogles. Thank you
||Date: February 2, 2004 at 12:42|
|Pretty much almost anything Koogles likes I don't and vice versa. This esp. holds true with Drive even though the first one is def. better. This one takes a few listens to sink in. Hey Koogles- how many cds that kiss my disc sells do you actually like?
||Date: March 7, 2004 at 15:58|
|look, these guys were in it for the money and girlzz. they might as well have wiped their ass on a piece of toilet paper and then market IT. I know!!! too bad, fruit picker rick chavez!
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