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Sick and Twisted Affair
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: April 15, 2012 at 21:12|
|More lame music for teenage girls who don't listen to hard rock, but their boyfriends do ("And you can dance to it!"). Let's take "Casual Sex" as an example. It's catchy, sure, but you don't even have to wait until it's over to start feeling dumber for having listened to it. Is this a rock band or not? If so, why is the "rock mix" of this song a bonus track? (It's hardly different from the album version anyway, so what does it matter?) Now some fool's sure to come on here and go "They're just like the'80's!" because they sing about indiscriminate fucking. So these guys are basically the Trixter of post-grunge, big deal. This affair is anything but sick and twisted.
||Date: April 24, 2012 at 8:18|
|So in so many words Doghouse is that a thumbs up? Your stealing my post-grunge thunder copyright. It's the return of the frosted hair mod rockers with losers like 'Casual Sex'. Lyrics " Wild for each other,crazy under the covers". The pretentious and downright stupid lyrics are only further dragged down by the use of synths and turntables. But wait there's more. Ludacris gave some rapper street cred on their last release and this time out they do a cover of Joe and Mystikal's "Stutter" (do you feel it dawg?). "Love Crime" and "Rolling Stoned" are also absolute garbage, so in other words it will be on the HH best of list for 2012.
||Date: October 12, 2012 at 6:34|
|Not sure where all the hate is coming from. I love this album, and I'm not afraid to admit it. "Love Crime" kicks some serious ass!
||Date: February 17, 2013 at 20:23|
||Date: August 13, 2015 at 14:50|
|The first song is decent, and then it drops off from there, IMO. They sound like Nickelback to me.
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