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X-Sinner Presents the Angry Einsteins: Cracked
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Retroactive Records
Catalog Number: RAR7777
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Greg Bishop guitars|
Rex Scott vocals, drums
Rob Kniep bass
This was X-Sinner's power pop side project that was recorded in the late 90s but not released until 2003. It sounds a lot like Cheap Trick meets King's X.
|1. ||Always Be There ||3:24|
|2. ||Silver Lining ||2:55|
|3. ||Down for You ||4:37|
|4. ||You from the Start ||4:21|
|5. ||The Letter (Pardon Me) ||4:32|
|6. ||Fun, Fun, Fun ||3:39|| ||Cover: Beach Boys|
|7. ||Look in the Mirror ||3:47|
|8. ||In Your Eyes ||4:15|
|9. ||Hearts that Never Beat ||3:39|
|10. ||Prophet and the Cowboy ||5:05|
|11. ||Going Around in Circles ||3:59|
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|Total Running Time:|| 44:13|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Fat Freddy
||Date: October 10, 2006 at 9:19|
|The members of X-Sinner stretch their wings a little on this album. Originally due to be released under the band name ANGRY EINSTEINS, it seems the X-Sinner name was placed on it at the last minute to boost recognition. If you're expecting the standard AC/DC and Def Leppard soundalike stuff X-Sinner is known for you may be disappointed, but fans of King's X, Soul Asylum and the like may want to give this one a try.
||Date: November 11, 2006 at 16:00|
|X-SINNER fans stay away from this CD. Stick with the first 2 CDs, you can't go wrong. 3/10
||Date: December 23, 2006 at 13:09|
|For fans of classic X-Sinner, this woeful side-project will be about as welcome as having your wife catch you screwing your ex-girlfriend. This is a sinful abomination of an album, shockingly lame power-pop, with nary a good song in sight. Instead of lumps of coal, Santa should just put copies of this CD in the stockings of all the bad boys & girls. Am I being too harsh on this album? Maybe, but you don't have to be an Einstein to figure out that this sucks...just one listen will do the trick.
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