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Fixation on a Coworker
Deadguy
Fixation on a Coworker
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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New Jersey noise core.

      
   
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All Artists: Deadguy
Title: Fixation on a Coworker
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Victory Records
Release Date: 11/20/1995
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: Hardcore & Punk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 746105003026, 4014234803029, 746105003019, 746105003064

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Album Description
New Jersey noise core.

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CD Reviews

Better than your band
Forgerelli | Amston, CT USA | 06/03/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've been looking for a band as good as Deadguy since Deadguy broke up. I'm still looking. These guys were the real thing. There have been dozens of pale imitations but no one has come any where close to being as good as Deadguy. There was no B.S. with these guys. There were no trendy haircuts, no self important speech's on stage, no choreographed metal dance moves, and no "spooky" make up. They just played. The music was brutal and honest and the lyrics were brilliant and personal.

The singer (Tim Singer, No Escape) and guitarist (Kieth Huckins, Rorschach) went on to form Kiss it Goodbye. Kiss It Goodbye was incredible, but not quite as good as Deadguy. If you like Deadguy buy both of Kiss It Goodbye's albums.

I've been going to shows for about 15 years and if I could get one band back together it would be Deadguy. The best hardcore band I ever saw. Death to false metal.

Scott"
Dan Henk
Dan Henk | NYC | 07/27/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"One of the most influential hardcore bands ever and my personal favorite. Every aspect of this album is a work of art. From the slick, well illustrated booklet and packaging to the music itself. Scathing vocal fury reminiscent of an angry Rollins, meshed perfectly with a metallic, noise-damaged twin guitar attack and flailing drums. Each song is a concept, often flowing from drifting dissonance into a rising crescendo that climaxes with absolute chaos. Intelligent lyrics, tight musicianship, and the best band name I've heard yet. Buy it."
10 stars
Matt | Buffalo NY | 07/29/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I got this CD when I was in middle school (I'm 3 years out of high school now) and it is still one of my favorite albums. They seem to be one of the forgotten bands of the genre, hidden behind the likes of bands like DEP and Botch. I've never really known anyone else into this band who was into them before I let them borrow the CD. It just seems wierd to me, because the music is so interesting. The music is mathy, noisy and rocks out plenty of Slayer and Sabbath-esque riffs too, plus the lyrics are incredible and the vocal style is great, because it really brings out the psychotic themes of the songs. Plus, the screaming isn't just typical hardcore "I'm screaming because you scream in hardcore music," vocals. It is sincere sounding and SUPRISE! You can actually understand the words without a lyric sheet. I'm still horrible sad that my Death To False Metal hoodie got stolen when I was working overnights at Tops. Damn! Go buy this record now!"