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Log Jam
Doa
Log Jam
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
 
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All Artists: Doa
Title: Log Jam
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Alternative Tentacles
Release Date: 10/8/1993
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, American Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 721616013023, 721616013047

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Tim H. (TurnItUpTim)
Reviewed on 6/1/2011...
Joey Sh*thead takes the evil doers to task on this cd, whether its religious zealots, dictators, or money-grubbing capitalists. No one is safe from his intelligent rants. For example, "The Only Thing Green" he calls out companies with horrible environmental records by smartly shouting "the only thing green is the color of your money." On "I See Your Cross", priests and other fundamentalists hypocrites are picked apart for hiding behind the crucifix whilst simultaneously living a sham. Celebrities are skewered on the track "Cocktail Time in Hell", with humorous lyrics detailing times spent in hell with Hitler, John Lennon, and a rather odd assortment of characters.


To close out the album, D.O.A. slows things way down on an intense version of the Johnny Cash classic "Folsom Prison Dirge". This album is almost 20 years old, but is still very relevant to current events in the world. Take a chance - you won't be disappointed!!
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Doomed after 13 flavours...
Thomas A. Corpino | Hartsdale, NY United States | 02/14/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)

"The follow-up on AT records to the amazingly blistering "13 Flavours of Doom", "Loggerheads" plods on through like a muddled bull in a china shop. A few good songs-the strikingly political "The Only Thing Green", the Clashy-reggae-tinged "Liberation and Execution", and the drummer-penned cuts "Overtime" and "Knots". This has always been one supercharged punk outfit, eventhough, on this disc the songs are kinda' strewn about in a haphazard way. This CD, on the whole, seems to show these Northwestern pioneers stumbling around the studio, confused, maybe all Molsoned-up, writing and collaborating on a fairly poor collection of songs. Score (if you can) "13 Flavours of Doom", but you can always play it safe with either "Dawning of a New Error" or the spectacular "Bloodied but Unbowed" compilation just to hear/see/feel what this raging behemoth of a group can literally do. For the uninitiated, "Loggerheads" is probably their worst effort in an over 2 decade history of churnin' outsteamrolling, anthemic punk classics. Trust me, there will be much better things to come."