Metal Box - Public Image Ltd. Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - New Wave & Post-punk / Artist: Public Image Ltd. / Audio CD released 1979-05-29 at Virgin / ... more
Newest Review: ... packaged in a canister designed for film reels, the PiL logo embossed on the lid. Indeed the project was so costly that there ... more
Price Comparison for Metal Box - Public Image Ltd.
Euro Premium Weft 100% Human Hair 18" Extensions - Colour 33 - Da ...
Our Euro Premium Range is made from High Quality Grade AAA 100% H ...
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
Public Image Ltd Metal Box
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
Public image ltd metal box (vinyl replicaedition)
public image ltd metal box (vinyl replica edition) 5099960701725
Last Update 18.12.2013 12:26
Customer Metal Box - Public Image Ltd. Reviews (3)
by - written on 10/03/10 (Very useful, 22 readings)
The story of the Sex Pistols is a well documented one, but the story of Public Image Limited is less so. In a nutshell after leaving the Pistols, Johnny Rotten reverted back to his Lydon moniker and along with bassist Jah Wobble and guitarist Keith Levene formed the "multi media group" PiL. The idea being they would give performances as opposed to gigs, release soundtracks as opposed to regular albums, and be actively involved in films and business ventures. With such lofty aspirations it was never going to get off the ground, and despite angrily objecting to opinion they became simply a band. But what a band. While the debut release First Issue was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/05, updated on 12/06/05 (Very useful, 2393 readings)
Whilst in his ‘Johnny Rotten’ persona with the Sex Pistols, John Lydon, with the obvious assistance of Sid Vicious, Paul Cook and Steve Jones, gave the music scene a much deserved slap round the face. It was getting very bland and extremely dire. You only have to look back to the music of the early 70’s to see that. However if you look around the time the Sex Pistols were in existence you can quite clearly see how the music scene changed, for the better. Aside from the tragic death of Sid Vicious punk as a music phenomenon was in decline. John Lydon became somewhat disenchanted with it all because seemingly on the back of the success of the Sex ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/02, updated on 15/12/02 (Very useful, 511 readings)
PiL's second album (also available under the re-release title 'Second Edition', minus the metal case), the aptly titled 'Metal Box', for it comes encased in a film canister style metal box with a small inlay card and CD cushions, is often referred to as the band's finest hour in terms of creativity, inspiration and general history. The two (well, 3) tracks that feature on PiL's greatest hits album made me very curious to listen to this album, and I'm glad I got it! After the one-hit wonder of the punk-ending 'Public Image' single, 'Metal Box' as an album takes a fast curved turn into the avant-garde. Reggae bass ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Metal Box - Public Image Ltd.
New Boots And Panties - Ian & The Blockheads Dury - Great lyrics, Unique A bit rough
Ju Ju - Siouxsie And The Banshees - Great guitar playing and interesting sound Some may find it dated, it's certainly not going to be everyone's thing....
The Absolute Game - Skids - New Wave & Post-punk - 2004
The Silent Force - Within Temptation - QUALITY! NONE FOR ME!
The Fine Art Of Surfacing - The Boomtown Rats - The best album by the band and a classic example of the new wave genre Some of the lyrics are lost amongst a sea of music...
Greatest Hits - Space - Some good tracks Some great tracks missed off
|More products in Music Album|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|All Eyes To The Morning Sun - Lights Action||Barbarossa - Cubanate|
Talented electronic industrial performance.
Rock roots all but absent.
|Quebec - Ween|
Listen to it to hear the fun!
Like all CDs, it ends!
|Robot Hive/exodus - Clutch|
Riff-laden blues rock at its finest.
Not quite as good as 2004's 'Blast Tyrant'.
|Room For Abuse - Spunge|
An excellent album of ska punk, fantastically fun to listen to.
If you don't like ska punk you'll hate this.
|Sweat - Nelly|
A few club bangers
Old problems come through here again
|B2K - B2K|
Never go wrong with the club tunes
Ballards are weak
|Anthems To The Welkin At Dusk - Emperor|
Varied and accessible black metal.
Lacks authentic atmosphere of its predecessor.
|It's Real - K-Ci & JoJo|
A couple of weaker tracks
|Love Always - K-Ci & Jojo|
Nice vocals, Great ballads
Could do with one or two more tracks