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Big Wreck - The pleasure and the greed
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Big Wreck - The pleasure and the greed

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Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Year: 2001
Label: Atlantic Records
Genre: Modern Rock
Producer: Dave Jerden, John Whynot, Ian Thornley
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Big Wreck released their second album in 2001 and are given us a massive modern rock album. We got plenty of guitars an edgy riffs combined with both a little slower and faster tracks. The style is grungy modern rock like a 2001 version of Soundgarden. The guitar sound even smells more like 1991 than 2001 at times. We got 16 tracks and I must say that its a couple of too many, cause the level is a little bit up and down. We got killer tracks like the opener ?Inhale? and the ninth one ?No fault?. But also a couple of less interesting tracks like ?Ease my head?. Overall a quite pleasant modern rock album with some cool, rough tracks!

Tracklisting 1. Inhale
2. Undersold
3. Knee Deep
4. Everything Is Fine
5. All By Design
6. Mistake
7. Ladylike
8. The Pleasure and the Greed
9. No Fault
10. Breakthrough
11. Ease My Mind
12. Broken Hands
13. Head In The Girl
14. All Our Days Are Numbered
15. West Virginia
16. Defined By What We Steal


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