Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Human Waste Project|
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
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experimusicdotcom | united kingdom | 02/05/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I have the advance edition of this cd which is called 'electalux' instead of 'e-lux'. I don't know if any of the arrangements or production has been modified but the number and order of tracks is still the same. I only listened to this album because of the great band name. I was expecting a RATM/ ATD-I style heavy punk style album and was very shocked to hear a girl singing. Being a Cannibal Corpse fan, grrl bands are definately not my thing but i gave it a chance and i have to say that after 2 listens you are hooked. I agree with other reviewers that the singers vocals are brilliant. The tracks that stick out are tracks 4, 7, 13 and the best track 11. There are no poor tracks. The style is kind HEAVY/ MELODIC but to say its metal is going to far. The riffs are good and knid of hard rock/ soft metal but its only hardcore when compared to 'No Doubt'. The sound is pretty mainstream and alternative radio friendly but still worth a listen. Pleasantly suprised.Damn- They already broke up!"
One Of The Top Experimental-Hard Rock Bands Around
CHINO_AIMEE@HOTMAIL.COM | 08/18/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"When I went to see Sevendust, I wasnt expecting a whole line up of great bands like A Day In The Life and Coal Chamber, but out of all of the other bands there, HWP made the biggest impression on me. Aimee Echo has an enticing and almost brainwashing voice, and it drew me closer to the band's music. Great guitar work and a beat that's worth moshing to. But Catch them while you can. When I saw them live sometime in the spring Hollywood Records took away their contract, and now they have broken up, so it will be hard to find this cd soon!"
This is theSTART
CHINO_AIMEE@HOTMAIL.COM | 01/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Singer-goddess Aimee Echo & drummer Scott Ellis from the Human Waste Project are now in a band called theSTART. If you like/miss HWP, check them out - if possible, see them live."