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Artist: Robert Sweet

Title: Love Trash

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Category: Alternative

Year: 2000

Label: World Gone Mad

Catalog Number: WGM-77

Personnel

Robert Sweet guitars, bass, drums
Larry Worley vocals

Tracks

1.  Help Me to Help Myself  4:57
2.  Love Trash  4:07
3.  The F Word  4:49
4.  Any Enemy  4:06
5.  Sweet Betrayal  2:47
6.  Me, Myself, and You  3:20
7.  I'm ?@#!!&  4:00
8.  Best Regrets  4:30
9.  Love Trash radio mix  4:22
10.  Sweet Betrayal radio mix  2:54
  
Total Running Time:  39:52

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From: Dan Date: March 17, 2003 at 0:04
Long hair? Check. Yellow and black bumblebee logo? Check. Signature '80s hard rock sound? Umm... NOT. I understand the need for an artist to "grow" and "find themselves" musically, but when they radically shift musical genres, it leaves one with a quizzical look on one's face (not to mention ears). This is not your grandfather's Stryper. This is NirvStoneChainsSoundTemplesAlicesvana city. If it weren't for the fact that it's a former Stryper member, I wouldn't be reviewing this disc, since I abhor grunge/alternative music.

I simply cannot listen to this disc; the musical genre that Robert has chosen to express himself within is one that I find philosophically and aurally repugnant. Not only was grunge the harbinger of the mainstream demise of real hard rock and melodic metal, but tonally it is built on a foundation of dischord and disonance rather than that of major chords.

*shudder*

The above notwithstanding, the disc is extremely well recorded and produced, and from a technical standpoint I cannot find fault with the musical performances. Every now and then the choruses show a brief flash of the melodic elements I was expecting, but then the guitar and bass lines hit and we're back to grunge city. For those that are devout Robert Sweet fans and/or are fans of the mid-'90s alternative scene, you may find musical pleasure within.

I, however, cannot.

Rating: 55/100

Existing comments about this CD

From: john Date: March 20, 2001 at 11:06
If you are looking for stryper style music. Then you are looking in the wrong place. This is not a very good album.

From: Jenni Date: January 19, 2002 at 17:21
I met Robert Sweet almost 7 years ago when he was with King James. Awesome music, bad singer, but hey...it was Robert. It was all about him for me at that time. I was surprised when he put this CD out. It isn't him at all!

From: Date: January 25, 2004 at 23:53
Again, the Sweet brothers will do whatever to make money. Bandwagon? Jump on it! Find a way to capitalize on current trends even though we aren't even close to being trendy? Why not? Stryper as a concept was goofy. It was a sham. At least Robert had the balls to say, "Listen, I just want to rock, get paid and get laid." At what point do we cut off the 70's hairdo and produce other bands? It gets pathetic after a while.

From: RacerAxe Date: December 9, 2004 at 21:18
The title of this CD is half right...


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