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Angel Dust
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7 years, 11 months ago at Mar 3 17:14
I do not like this album very much. On the contrary to many reviews found here it seems too experimental for my own personal taste sounding sometimes arrogant. To me it is not on par with the innovation brought by The Real Thing.
There are nice highlights in the album though, but nothing so special to rate it above 3 stars.
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Description: An amazing album, Angel Dust unfortunately has limited appeal, although perhaps "unfortunately" isn't the right word; the record's oddities are also what make it such a fascinating listen. "Land of Sunshine" is a rocker with a foot-tapping rhythm punctuated by insane laughter from vocalist Mike Patton, whose distinctive voice and frequently disturbing lyrics drive the album. To call it hard rock does Angel Dust a disservice; it's far more musically complex than such a label implies. There's the funk-influenced "Midlife Crisis," the ballad "RV" (a bitter monologue from the point of view of ... (more)
Manufacturer: Slash/Reprise
Release date: 16 June 1992
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0007599267852 UPC: 007599267852
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the giraffe added this to a list 3 years, 3 months ago
Best albums of 1992 (29 music items)

"In the wake of The Real Thing, this album was very hard to appreciate. It's far more experimental than its predecessor, and I used to think the album lacked a proper flow. But as time passed I checked out Mike Patton's other projects, and as I did his talent grew in my estimation as did my enthusiasm for the music he created. After being blown away by Mr. Bungle and Fantomas, I started listening to this album again and found I really liked it. And as you can see from my rating below, now I love"


the giraffe added this to a list 4 years, 10 months ago
Albums that grew on me (20 music items)

"In the wake of The Real Thing, this album was very hard to appreciate. It's far more experimental than its predecessor, and I used to think the album lacked a proper flow. But as time passed I checked out Mike Patton's other projects, and as I did his talent grew in my estimation as did my enthusiasm for the music he created. After being blown away by Mr. Bungle and Fantomas, I started listening to this album again and found I really liked it. And as you can see from my rating below, now I love"


beto posted a review 7 years, 11 months ago

“I do not like this album very much. On the contrary to many reviews found here it seems too experimental for my own personal taste sounding sometimes arrogant. To me it is not on par with the innovation brought by The Real Thing.

There are nice highlights in the album though, but nothing so special to rate it above 3 stars.” read more


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