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Artist: Life Sex and Death

Title: The Silent Majority

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1992

Label: Reprise

Catalog Number: 9 26996-2

Personnel

Stanley vocals, piano, balalaika, harmonica
Alex Kane guitar, backing vocals
Bill E. Gar bass, backing vocals
Brian Michael Horak drums

Tracks

1.  Blue Velvet Room/We're Here Now  
2.  Jawohl Asshole  
3.  School's for Fools  
4.  Telephone Call  
5.  Farm Song  
6.  Fuckin' Shit Ass  
7.  Hey Buddy  
8.  Train  
9.  Wet Your Lips  
10.  Tank  
11.  Raise a Little Hell  
12.  Guatemala  
13.  Big Black Bush  
14.  Rise Above  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Aero Force Mike Date: May 7, 2005 at 12:37
A very interesting album... ecclectic and experimental, the album is quite literally all over the place. I think the album works strongest when it simply attempts for a straight-ahead rock style, tracks like School's For Fools (the vocals on this track recall Law And Order) and the latter-half of Fuckin' Shit Ass are killer rock tracks... and the ballads are always performed with grit rather than sap. When it's on, it's on, when it's off, it's just annoying. Decent, heavy, different. 7.5/10

From: CC Date: May 8, 2005 at 13:12
I love this album! Yes,its a bit weird for some,and all over the place musically,but for me thats its biggest strength! It does tail off a bit towards the end,but songs like Jawohl asshole & Fuckin shit ass,more than make up for the weaker tracks!

From: Geoff Date: May 8, 2005 at 19:17
Agree with the above 2. This CD is a mess, but unfortunately for me it's not a good mess. When the band hits stride in a couple of the better songs they actually remind me of Saigon Kick. I sold this one, but I remember 'Fuckin shit ass' was cool, and there was also a song with a big Saigon Kick-stlye chorus... 'Why can't we be...' etc. Cool song, but IMO a very poor album and not recommended at all.

From: Nick C Date: May 10, 2005 at 17:08
WIERD album, in some places it's excellent e.g. the Cheap Trick feel of We're Here Now and others it misses the mark slightly as in Guatemala. Pretty heavy overall with the occassional pop sensibility kicking in. I quite like it. If you see it check the sleeve pictures of the band .... hilarious... Stanley in the background on one of the pics kills me every time. I agree with Aero Force Mike 7.5/10

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 30, 2014 at 17:24
Only in the everything-goes confusion of the early '90's could this band have existed. Absolutely HUGE production on this disc, and he music is quite heavy most of the time. Trouble is, the band can't decide what they want to be, and the results are very scattered. There are some songs that hint at Saigon Kick/Skid Row-style heavy pop metal, and much of the guitarwork echoes that sensibility. But there's a big dose of punk rock, in both the music and attitude, and then there are odd bits of blues, country and schmaltzy pop thrown in. I'm guessing a whole shitload of drugs were consumed, or the band wants you to think so. "Stanley," he of the homeless-guy schtick, has a strong voice, but often sings poorly on purpose. THey kind of remind me of Warior Soul, in that many songs have a "message" about freedom and peace, but alternate between bitter sarcasm and earnestness in delivering it. Strange album. Very strange. Like a really smart person who's totally disorganized and goofy-acting.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 30, 2014 at 17:30
The good songs are "Jawohl Asshole," "School's For Fools," "Telephone Call," "Fuckin' Shit Ass," "Wet Your Lips" and "Tank."


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