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Killing Time
Bleach
Killing Time
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Christian
 
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All Artists: Bleach
Title: Killing Time
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Chameleon / Wea
Original Release Date: 8/25/1992
Release Date: 8/25/1992
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Christian
Style: Indie & Lo-Fi
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 737046135624, 737046135624

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Jeremy S. (Bearjer) from WILLIS, TX
Reviewed on 1/26/2007...
its complently sucks,but don't let that hold you back from picking this one of a kind cd up.You probably won't get pass the first song before you decided its worthless and time would be better spent throwing frogs into traffic.
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Bleach (U.K.) Stands Above the Crowd
berenyilover | Texas | 06/21/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The year 1992 was a historic one for anyone interested in British popular music. The greatest album of the 90's, "Spooky" by Lush, somehow managed to disappoint fans and critics alike. Some implied that the sound quality was too polished and not abrasive enough. Bleach's only album, "Killing Time" (1992), would appear to avoid those "shortcomings" while still sounding like a sister band of Lush. Salli Carson's singing style was breathtakingly similar to that of Miki Berenyi's-think "Blackout", with the sudden shift between a high angelic voice and a lower, Elastica-style, in-your-face snarl. While many girl-bands have been compared to 1996-era Lush, Bleach is the only one comparable to pre-1996 Lush. And now to some individual songs: "Paint My Face" is the most Lush-like song ever recorded, with soaring angelic vocals and stratospheric, dreamy guitars from guitar hero Neil Singleton. "Push" is an fast, overwhelming rush of Ned's Atomic Dustbin-style guitars and rhythm sung in Carson's aggressive, lower voice-notice how she shifts speeds in mid-sentence. This is a very intense album that's both dreamy and aggressive and worthy of the glory of Lush. The talent is obvious and it's a shame the band disappeared without getting a chance to be heard-they could easily have been as popular as Elastica or the Cranberries."
No Christian "Punk" here, just the real thing!
Brody Culpepper | Oakland, CA United States | 06/24/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"For all of you Christian punkers who feel disappointment that this band, the original Bleach, isn't what you're looking for, think again! This album is real punk, and much more. From the pounding & unwaivering drums, the searing sonic guitars, and the forceful and melodic vocals, few albums from the early 90's keep up the pace, the complexity, the heavenly noise, and the overwhelming driving beat of this album. Perhaps one of the decade's most criminally overlooked albums, Killing Time might convert you to the way rock & roll evolved into damned fine indie pop/punk bliss."