Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Listen to Samples
Hardcore and not stupid
(4 out of 5 stars)
"this band is so great. they actually sing about things besides getting drunk. HEY theres nothing wrong about getting drunk or signing about it caus its great but thats all the casualties sing about. capitalist casualties are fast and hard hitting and many so called "punks" wont like it because of the quality but i say the worst the quality the rougher it is. GO BUY THIS CD"
FORGET THE SCENTED CANDLES
snicko | penshurst, australia | 09/08/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My mother gives me a $150 gift certificate for a local heath club as a birthday present. I'm more than happy. A private swim and sauna will be sweet, as will an acupuncture session for my back. Acupuncture is great for temporary relief of pain and for the more gullible a longer lasting placebo effect. My mother disagrees with the assumption that 3000 years of Chinese knowledge (quackery) does not make "temporary" healing treatments.
The whole health industry can get up my nose. Their's plenty of money to be made by making the feeble minded feel susceptible to illness. The aura around health clubs/resorts can give an image of "holier than thou" types running amok in a world of fragrance and bathrobes. I can accept the positive effects of massage and water therapy. But to hell with shoving coffee up your backside, or buying heath insurance.
The club asks it's customers to bring along a cd and a book of their choosing, obviously to further relaxation. I brought along "Disassembly Line" and a copy of Willam L Shirer's "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich." This Capitalist Casualties cd is a masterpiece of tuneful thrash. Good lyrics and a vocalist with more power and style than predicable death metal growls. The songs are ultra fast and well crafted. "Decaying" is the stand out track here.
The cd was throughly hated by anyone who remotely heard it vibrating through the walls, but it was a good call. Afterwards I was suitably refreshed."