Werk 80 Vol.1 - Atrocity Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Hardcore / Artist: Atrocity / Audio CD released 1997-10-27 at Massacre / Disc #1 ... more
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by - written on 31/01/08 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Atrocity's seventh album is a bit of a cop-out and a bit worthless generally, consisting entirely of the German industrial band's own takes on pop hits of the 1980s. While this will undoubtedly make it their most popular album to the general public, I always look down on such things as rather feeble attempts to sell music based on novelty value alone rather than anything truly creative, and although Atrocity obviously go some way towards making the songs their own, the listener really is left with very little clue as to the band's customary sound. The most positive thing that can be said about this release is that the style is fairly similar and consistent ... Read the complete review
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