Horse Of The Dog - The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster Reviews
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by - written on 11/10/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I discovered Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster a couple of years ago after watching some other band do a 'takeover' on MTV.' It came up with Celebrate Your Mother, it has since become one of my all time favourite songs. After finding as many songs by EMBLD on youtube as possible, I decided it would be better to get their albums instead, normally I just download albums on itunes, but with this album I couldn't find it anywhere and so I had to buy it off ebay for a much higher price, so I was really genuinely hoping that it would be a good album (otherwise I would be annoyed as my step dad like to lecture me on spending money). Anyway, fortunately I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/06 (Somewhat useful, 35 readings)
After stumbling across this band, about a year ago now. This album has been everywhere with me. I just cant seem to go a day without listening to it at least once. With there very dark and raw sound Eighties Matchbox B-line Disaster have made 10 songs of pure madness which you cant help but smile and sing along too. It will make you want to dance all night long. If this album doesn’t make u feel sexy and dirty at the same time and like you need a shower when its finished then I honestly think your not listening properly. Go buy it now, download it, borrow it, just do what ever it takes to hear this at least once. If you like dark, unique sometimes scary and not to ... Read the complete review
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