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Piece & Love
Meg Lee Chin
Piece & Love
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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2002 release from America's favorite 'dub chick' as heard on Queer As Folk. 10 tracks including 'Thing', 'Nutopia', 'Deeper', & 'London'. Digipak.

      
   
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All Artists: Meg Lee Chin
Title: Piece & Love
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Invisible Records
Original Release Date: 9/21/1999
Re-Release Date: 9/28/1999
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Electronica, Goth & Industrial
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 637642011929, 803680914908

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Album Description
2002 release from America's favorite 'dub chick' as heard on Queer As Folk. 10 tracks including 'Thing', 'Nutopia', 'Deeper', & 'London'. Digipak.
 

CD Reviews

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Jennifer M. Griggs | Saint Louis, Missouri, United States | 12/10/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Meg Lee Chin's first album "Piece and Love" is a startling, experimental, rough, and aggressive attack. Her work with Pigface was relatively tame compared to this. At points, you sometimes begin to wonder where she's going with some of her thoughts (hey, we don't question Tori Amos yet we interrogate Meg? C'mon, now). Her second album "Junkies and Snakes" is far more focused- utilizing her innovation, but keeping things relatively in line and accessible- even in her odd little way.

Do not dismiss this album because it doesn't fall in to the mainstream of industrial artists. Einsturzende Neubauten is a CLASSIC example of an artist revered as genius, but disliked by those who only enjoy the mainstream (and yes, as far as industrial music is concerned, "Too Dark Park" IS mainstream. Genius, but mainstream.).

Love this album for what it is: Meg's first foray into the scene on her own, a woman on the prowl. Listen closely, she's only getting started."
Pretty Hate Machine on Estrogen
James M. Bougie | Minneapolis, MN United States | 03/22/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This disk has the same energy (and some similar technique) from NIN's first (and best) album. But Meg Lee Chin is more articulate and lyrical, with a biting sense of humor. I have to disagree with the Amazon reviewer that says she "wanders...into creative havoc" (I assume he's talking about "sweet thing") it is a high-tech narrative, this is the type of song that doesn't show up on a greatest hits album but defines the depth of an artist. She easily could have kept up the intense industrial dance feel but opted for a little mind candy too. In my opinion EVERY song on this album is worth a listen and about two- thirds of the songs on this album would ignite any party."
The best!
M. GERJOI | Georgia | 11/18/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I remember seeing Meg Lee Chin in concert with My life with the thrill kill kult a few years back and being completely in awe of her. When I left the show I was determined to go buy her cd (and t-shirts and stickers and posters), but to my dismay i realized i hadn't caught her name. After a year of research I found her again, bought the CD, and have been truly in love ever since. Her lyrics and her style are just awesome and her charisma on stage makes her that much more fun. She's pure talent, I'd reccomend this CD to anyone."