Modern Artillery - The Living End Reviews
Newest Review: ... Dempsey left the band. The album opens with the short fast and punky sounding "What Would You Do?" a rather strong ... more
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Modern Artillery The Living End
Release Date: 2003 - 10 - 13, Audio CD, Capitol
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Customer Modern Artillery - The Living End Reviews (2)
by - written on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
When playing video games I often stumble across some songs that I like, especially now a days where licensed music has almost become the normal thing, no longer is 8 bit music good enough for games. When it comes to games with great songs, the Tony Hawk series has arguably had the best music of any series of games out there, ranging from the massive songs like "Ace of Spades" by Motorhead and "TNT" by AC/DC to the lesser well known tracks like "96 Quite Bitter Beings" by Camp Kill Yourself and the excellent "End of the World" by The Living End. It was this final song that caused me to show a slight interests in the band, though I .. Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/08 (Very useful, 19 readings)
The Living End are an Australian band, very well known within their own continent and parts of America but somewhat underappreciated in Europe. In my experience, the UK especially. Modern Artillery is the band's third full studio album and is a decent presentation. The Living End have are a three piece act, however, they are now on their third drummer. His first album was this one, Modern Artillery. They are a 'rock 'n' roll' collective. They certainly are rocky in style and this is fairly consistent throughout. Their music appears to show shades of punk influence and has been compared in such away. They band however, prefer to distance their self ... Read the complete review
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