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Punk Statik Paranoia
Orgy
Punk Statik Paranoia
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
 
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All Artists: Orgy
Title: Punk Statik Paranoia
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: D1. Music
Release Date: 2/24/2004
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Goth & Industrial, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 882767000222, 088276700022

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Lame.
Seth Kinkaid | san diego, ca | 04/07/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)

"this album STILL pisses me off and is about as far as anything orgy should have came up with for a third album. my advice? stick to candyass / vapor t. i always adored jay gordon and his gang... but gay jordon seemed to take over the psp with his anger and immaturity.

but not all is lost, if you are interested in something close to this genre AND their musical members... check out "julien-k"... they're the latest and next greatest thing. i'm sure jay gordon will continue to bless us with amazing vocals sometime in the future as well, so hopefully that'll keep us on our toes...

oh and if i had to give this album ANY stars at all, it's because mir and ry are such grand musicians.... they deserve all the glory!"
Orgy PSP rocks
BlackBeltNinja | Florida | 06/24/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Come on... I can't be the only person that absolutely love this album. Orgy's best work is still their second album "Vapor Transmission," but this album has a lot of stellar tracks. This album has Jay taking his lyrics into personal territory, unlike his previous work where he would sing about random stories unrelated to his life. No, this album does not have as much of the electronic sound as Vapor, but still plenty more than most other bands. Yes, Jay screams in a few of the tracks ("Ashamed" "Beautiful Disgrace"), and even raps in the first song.... and you know what... I LOVE IT! Orgy took their music to a different place. The music is heavier, but keeps all the electronic sounds that we love. "The Obvious" was written while they were making Vapor, which is why, above all the other tracks, The Obvious sounds the closest to old Orgy. "Make up your Mind" and "Pure" are melodic, heart-gripping tracks that I have listened to time and time again. "Leave Me Out" has an amazing beat that makes you want to get up on your feet. I love this album and still listen to it after years of owning it. Orgy is a band with a distinguished sound, and nothing else out there can match what Orgy have captured on this album. If you love Orgy, you owe it to yourself to own this album."
On the fence... (border line good)
)(aqri | AZ | 05/28/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This album takes some getting used to. It's nowhere near as good as Vapor Transmission and sure as hell isn't anywhere close to Candyass. But it's not as bad as some might have you think. It's a slump and a change in direction (let's hope not for long) but this cd is ultimately somewhere between three and four stars. If you enjoyed Orgy's previous albums you might enjoy this one as well, my bet is that you'll feel exactly the same as I do."