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Easy Listening
Pigface
Easy Listening
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
 
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First studio album in five years from the industrial music collective produced by Martin Atkins, featuring Chris Vrenna, Edsel, Chris Connelly, Greta, Siebold, Jason Miller and many others. Underground Inc. 2003.

      
   
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All Artists: Pigface
Title: Easy Listening
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Underground Inc
Release Date: 1/28/2003
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Electronica, Indie & Lo-Fi, Goth & Industrial, American Alternative, Dance Pop, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 637642103723, 803680915103

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First studio album in five years from the industrial music collective produced by Martin Atkins, featuring Chris Vrenna, Edsel, Chris Connelly, Greta, Siebold, Jason Miller and many others. Underground Inc. 2003.

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Ehhh
Alabaster Jones | earth | 02/19/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)

"i don't know... pigface is the best idea i've ever heard of, as far as music is concerned, and if you see them live you're not likely to ever forget it, but this album is nowhere near as good as Gub or Fook. i think it might be the very idea behind Pigface that keeps them stagnant. by that i mean to say that most bands evolve and grow to learn from each other as they stay together and play together for long periods of time, whereas in the case of pigface, martin atkins is (i think) the only member who has been on every release. this results in having to start over as a fresh band with almost every album. neat idea, but it's really quite hit and miss, because i doubt even atkins himself knows what is going to come out of a pigface recording session. in any case, this is a fairly solid album compared to "a new high in low", but at the same time the really good songs on this album don't even compare to the really good songs on "a new high". the biggest disappointment is that there is almost NONE of the reckless abandon and sheer passion for experimentation that permeated the first three pigface albums.if you're a pigface fan, you'll get this album somehow.. i know you will... just like i did... but i'm hoping some of you old-school fans will read this and not have your expectations too high. you might get more out of it if you don't."
Good music for bad people
garhob | a happy family | 02/06/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Over the years, Pigface incarnations have included Trent Resnor, Paul Barker, Danny Carey, Nivek Ogre, Celine Dion, Patsy Cline, John Wayne, and Flipper to name a few. As always, this incarnation goes off in a new direction. This one may not carry the star power but is nonetheless as good if not better than past albums. I am predicting a varied repose to this one because songs like "Mind Your Own Business" and "Sweetmeat" are a bit further from the expected. I had trouble finding it at my local music store so you might have to pick it up here or at invisiblerecords."
Accessible, Radical and KICKAZZ
Paul Thomas | Corning, NY USA | 04/02/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Pigface is back with a vengance, and in the midst of an incredible tour with TKK and Zeromancer: a must see show for the industrialites among us. This CD combines the disco, beat-driven accessibility of FOOK with the bizarre middle-eastern-sounding instrumentation that was prevalent on A New Low In High/A New High In Low. There is not one single track on this CD that isn't worthy and relatively inventive at the same time. Definitely no ground-breaking work of epic genius, but certainly a fantastic CD. The perfect CD to copy and give to a friend who says "what is pigface?" and, lacking the words to accurately capture the depth and majesty of Martin's Industrialized Travelling Willburies, the CD says it all. And hopefully your friend will get hooked and will buy a ton of their past work so Martin et al can eat and we can keep soaking up his delicately aggressive aural sculptures."