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Angie Aparo - Weapon Of Mass Construction

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Reviewer :
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2002
Genre: Pop
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Our hero Angie Aparo is back with an "in-between" - album containing cover versions of songs made by all kind of artists. And what an "in-between" album! And what cover versions!!! This man is unique all over. The album is a softer than his major-released debut a while back. Its more acoustic. It doesnt matter though, cause the man is more or less a genius and his personal versions of songs like "Rocket Man" (Elton John) and the very beautiful "Natures Way" penned by Randy California are awesome all over. And then I havent mentioned "Dont Let It Bring You Down" which is fantastic in a piano based version, which Im sure that Neil Young would be proud of if he hears it. Well there are more. Every bloody track is great on here. Imagine his version of "Fight For Your Right To Party". Weird. Imagine a fantastic version of Oasis "Champagne Supernova" with his tremendous voice and just a simple piano. Phew. And then I havent mentioned the two new written tracks from the guy - "Nazis On My Radio" and "Rotten". Awesome. The thing is that there are only 1000 copies available of this album, and he signs them all. Do yourself a favour and buy a copy now! www.awarestore.com is the place you have to go to. And while youre there you can also buy his independent released debut from 1995. Anything bad with this guy then? Nope theres not. Sure some cover versions are more traditional such as Lennons "Imagine" which is not that interesting - but hey thats not a complaint. Buy or die folks.



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