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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (9 avril 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000063COL
  • Autres éditions : CD
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Speakers Push The Air
  2. If You Hate Your Friends, You're Not Alone
  3. Sad Girls Por Vida
  4. The Get Away
  5. Untitled
  6. More Sweet Soul
  7. Ghosts In The Radio
  8. Bring It On Golden Pond
  9. By The Throat

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Amazon.com: 3.6 étoiles sur 5 21 commentaires
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great punk record 17 septembre 2003
Par Steven G. Milam - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'll go ahead and get this out of the way right now. Girls singing punk are hot, and Andrea ranks with the hottest of them. Her charismatic and energetic vocals are tough to resist, and her presence is a large part of what drives the album. Fortunately, all hotness aside, this record still manages to cram more kickin guitar and vocal hooks into a less than 30-minute CD than should even be possible, and keeps them coming fast and furious throught the duration of the record, make the whole thing one heck of a fun ride. Granted, there's little here that hasn't been done before, but the energy and quality that is apparent here more than makes up for some similarities to other bands. Many will call this band a shameless rip-off of At the Drive-In or Les Savy Fav, and they may even be right, but good music is good music. It's best to just forget your pretenses and enjoy Good Health as the best At the Drive-In record of 2002. Or if you want to give them a label critic-style, you can say that they're "the next At the Drive-In", but it's all pretty irrelevant--Good Health is a fun album that rocks hard, and although it's a little too short, every minute is captivating. It's well worth buying for anyone looking for that great rarity in music nowadays--a good punk band. And the fact that Andrea's vocal performance transcends hotness doesn't hurt.
3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Finally I'm not alone! 24 octobre 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Yeah, I hate my "friends" too. This is punk for "people with nothing in their eyes" or destructively nihilistic tendencies. It honestly sounds like Exene Cervenka fronting At the Drive-In. Or something. Anyway, "Speakers Push the Air" is up there with my favorite songs this year. "Sad Girls Por Vida," "The Get Away," "Ghosts in the Radio," and, my personal second-place favorite, "By the Throat" all carry similar potential. The album as a whole could have been more powerful, farther out, the lyrics need just a little work, and it's only 27 minutes! That's not enough, even for a punk debut. Especially when the music is this good. Top 20 of 2002.
Any band with a name from Jack Kerouac's "The Dharma Bums" has to be worth it.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 they're even better live 28 juin 2003
Par Sam - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Legendary. That isn't a word that is used often, especially with today's music. Everyone sounds like someone else. This often leads to fame, glory and big bucks, but it also leads to being forgotten. These cookie-cutter sounds are certainly not legendary. There are, however, a few groups that may be heading toward legendary status and Pretty Girls Make Graves is one of them.
It's a long drive to Lawrence. Along the way I had time to think. I was mostly hoping that this `legendary' band lived up to the hype. There is a lot of buildup surrounding the Pretty Girls. You see P.G.M.G. are somewhat of a supergroup. It features various members of Kill Sadie, Deathwish Kids and the beloved Murder City Devils. This will be hard to live up to.
Pretty Girls Make Graves definitely live up to the hype. With their backgrounds, they even surpass it. They are taking their experiences from different bands to form a very cohesive and stellar whole.
P.G.M.G. started their set with the first song off the album `Good Health'. The song, `Speakers Push the Air' is about the music that changes your life. Even though the song was performed brilliantly, I was a little disappointed. I thought this meant that they were going to hustle through every song in the order of the album and then call it a night.
This fear was unfounded. They launched into `Chemical, Chemical' a song off of their upcoming album, `A New Romance'. This song was musically complex and the lyrics were electric. All I could think at this point was that the new album will be exceptional.
As the night went on, Pretty Girls Make Graves played more songs off of their current album. ` More Sweet Soul' was an audience favorite. `If you hate your friends, your not Alone' inspired some thrashing and head bobs.
One of my many favorites of the evening was, `By the Throat'. This is a somewhat angry and rebellious song featuring lyrics like, ` I am choking and I can't breathe.' This song is good on `Good Health', and it is flawless live. Andrea Zollo's vocals were the perfect focal point for this song. Her schoolyard girl gang taunts were cynical and [upset] with an awesome sense of melody. J.Clark's guitar gave the song soul and depth. He did a great job in Nathan Thelen's absence. Nick DeWitt's drumming was powerful and gave the song its raging backbone. Derek Fudesco's bass made the floor shake with rhythm and it made us want to dance our aggressions away.
Another favorite of the evening was the lovely and melodic song, `The Getaway'. This song is a stunning keyboard infused melody. Live, this sweet song about running away from all your problems and frustrations with someone you love was clearly epic. P.G.M.G. showed us that they were talented musicians that could handle anything, even a love song. It was the emotional high point of the show.
As the show continued on the band played more songs of their current album, some songs off the previous e.p. and more new and exciting songs from the upcoming album.
They inspired the whole audience. The girls wanted to be tough, but cool like Andrea. The boys where mimicking Derek and J with there air guitars and air bass, respectively. I even caught a few toward the back thrashing and drumming like Nick. We danced and in some cases, head-bobbed our way into the evening.
That night proved that Pretty Girls Make Graves were more than a flavor of the week band. They are here to stay. This band has a sincere love of what they do and that is what will make them legendary.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is where its at 16 septembre 2003
Par Matthew Gross - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Is it just me or does Matador kinda remind you of that big amorphous blob that merges with everything at the end of Akira. What's with them snatching up all of my favorite bands. They have enough talent, leave everyone else alone. Lookout did a much better job with this disc then Matador did with the follow up. I've had this CD for almost a year and I'm just getting around to the review now. This album is like a 26 minute adreniline rush with 1 minute break to cool down in the middle. I love the way ideas fly at you from every direction and by the time you latch on to something, theyve already thrown it out and are on to the next thing. Theres more hooks in this half hour of music than the rest of my music collection combined. I can't even begin to tell you how blown away I still am from this album.
1 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 a healthy dose of quirky pop-punk from Seattle 2 novembre 2002
Par Simone Oltolina - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you like bands such as Sleater-kinney and (to a lesser degree) X-ray spex, then you'll also like this release, simple as that! This is quirky indie punk in the style of the aforementioned bands (again, the SK influence is far more evident...). The only major drawback regarding this record is its length! Clocking at just 27 minutes it simply feels to short... Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't stretch the songs because they are perfect in this form. Rather, I'd have added a few tracks (after all there are only 9 on this album). On the whole this is an extremely enjoyable album and I already saw it in a couple of "TOP 40 albums released in 2002" lists. Deservedly so, I might add...
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