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So Much For The Ten Year Plan - A Retrospective 1990-2000
There's still life in the Therapy? camp yet.
you had to be there.
The fact Therapy? don't fit
into the stifling one-upsmanship
of rock's climate is the beautiful timing of this collection. None
of the current crop fuse this kind
of metalcore spite and pop sensibility, meaning the bulk of
'So Much...' shits Korn before breakfast, and adds tunes to boot. Earlier vitriolic splatters like
'Meat Abstract' and 'Potato Junkie' are fairly indebted to Big Black
and the Touch & Go aesthetic,
but it's their classic buzz-pop anthems - 'Teethgrinder', 'Nowhere', you know them like faded scars - invite the sort of nostalgia that comes with a free neck brace.
New track 'Bad Karma Follows You Around', an idiot savant
stomp of bullying intent, indicates there's still life in the Therapy? camp yet.
Zachary Cole Smith has overcome a multitude of problems to make this intensely powerful album
The film adaptation of R.L. Stine's classic horror novels is shockingly enjoyable
A defiantly bangerless take-me-seriously-as-an-artist album that reveals new charms every time you spin it
The utterly gripping story of how The Boston Globe exposed child abuse within the Catholic church