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Superjudge
Monster Magnet
Superjudge
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
 
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All Artists: Monster Magnet
Title: Superjudge
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Fontana a&M
Original Release Date: 4/6/1993
Release Date: 4/6/1993
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Style: Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 731454007924, 0731454007924, 731454007917, 731454007948

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James Roche | Seattle, WA United States | 07/04/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I'm serious, and I like all kinds of music. This has enough meat to satisfy a variety of rock lovers. Man o man, this is good.For the biggest kick, try 'Cage Around the Sun'. The sample on this site doesn't do it justice, but that song turned up all the way will make dogs in your neighborhood run away. This is not only the best of Monster Magnet's albums (which range from incredibly good to 1 or 2 good songs in a set of 10), but it's definitely the best metal-ish album of my lifetime.The music is intense. Imagine music that drips and sits like oil and water, constantly writhing over itself with a perfect vocalist. The lyrics dance with danger, citing Greek gods, marine biology, casual drug references, and sexual fantasy. It makes you feel like a million dollars. They even cover a Hawkwind song.Big thumbs up, and I have big thumbs. If you're at all in doubt, buy it used and write to me if you don't like it. I'll convince you that you're wrong."
Monster Magnet - 'Superjudge' (A&M Records)
Mike Reed | USA | 02/07/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"'Superjudge' was Monster Magnet's second album as they were successfully achieving to bond together two genres,space rock and heavy metal.When I FIRST recieved this CD,I thought the band had one thing in common with artists like Warrior Soul,Voivod and Jane's Addiction in the way they had their very own signature sound.After my first listen to 'Superjudge',I thought MAYBE the group had a former member of Hawkwind with them.I looked at the info inside the CD's front cover and didn't feel all THAT silly when on my second listen,as I discovered they'd done a Hawkwind cover,mind you...of "Brainstorm".Keep in mind this was before I became a major Hawkfan.The other disc's ten cuts sort of reminded me of like a Jefferson Airplane-meets-Black Flag.However,it's noted that their main influences were Hawkwind,Stooges and Sabbath.I've seen Monster several times now and have even hung out with guitarist/vocalist/frontman Dave Wyndorf(who's a heck of a nice guy)twice now.The other tunes on this CD that had me nearly gasping for air were the gut-cruncher "Face Down","Cyclops Revolution",the raga popster "Black Balloon" and "Dinosaur Vacume".What a record!Highly recommended."
Superjudge is an intravenious journey to outer space.
lordthirteen | Center of the Universe | 05/28/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is probably my very favorite Magnet slab. The ever sickening "overproduction" mistake is not present on this album. If Monster Magnet is the space rock, stoner sound they claim, than this is a supernova of a fix. The super saturated fuzz guitars swirl, and wind around driving "groove" balanced bass lines. Cascading, dark drum fills and rythms pound out the platform for this psychedelic orgasm. Wyndorf's vocals don't overpower the music, but blend into this psycho-space stew like mushrooms in tea. Buy it, and prepare yourself accordingly!"