Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Hard Rock & Metal
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The Cd roar'd in like a lion...then fell off at the end...
joe | 02/07/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Having only heard the Guilty single when i picked up this cd i was really thrilled to hear the 2 mixes of the great song... The other songs on the cd turned out to be really great from my perspective... But the 2 mixes of Guilty really left me hanging hoping for somehting better... All in all it is a good cd, slightly better in my opinion than there other cds, just don't expect to much from the last 2 songs"
A Decent Remix CD
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is basically a remix CD of Gravity Kills' debut album. While these remixes are done fairly well.. The originals are alot better. Probably my biggest gripe about this album is the fact that they only remix 5 songs on here.. which is only half of their debut album.. there is a couple remixes of each of the 5 songs.. this probably would have been more enjoyable if there were a remix of each song from the debut.. that way this wouldn't seem so repeatitive. But its worth getting if your a GK fan."
joe | oceanside, ca | 04/27/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This cd was set up nicely. Although there's only 5 different songs total, there's enough versions of them to make a 13 track remix album that leaves you pretty satisfied. Of course people might complain about the two remixes of "Guilty", (their trendiest song), but I like what Juno Reactor did with track 12. The utilized every part of the song except for the catchy chorus, forcing the listeners to focus on all the other parts of the song, like the rad guitar, and the overall speed of the song. If you want the trendy portion of the song, you'll find more of it in track 13, so don't worry. The three versions of "Here" are very good, and the Martin Atkins mix of "Enough" is a good reason to buy the cd. I would recommend buying this cd before the originals. It's always fun to hear the remixes first and work backwards."