Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Screams for Tina|
Screams for Tina
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Lush Batcave era Deathrock
Duel D. Christian, Jr. | Shalimar, FL USA | 03/30/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I want to be Warren Mansfield. What a sonic voice! Soaring guitars, spooky bass and a solid drum line and nary a hint of sythesizer do disco it up. This, THIS is pure goth from which all others grew. All true children of the night should own this staple of deathrock that is Screams for Tina."
Erica Anderson | Minneapolis, MN | 01/27/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I almost forgot that Screams For Tina, not Siouxsie & The Banshees was earliest exposure to goth music. I was digging around my cassette collections and came across Screams For Tina's self-titled debut. I bought the tape back in 1993 because I found the name Screams For Tina absolutely fascinating. Little did I know that in some odd way, Screams For Tina paved the way for my love for all things goth.
Lead singer Warren Mansfield reminds me a little bit like Andrew Eldritch (Sisters of Mercy) and Ronny (Clan of Xymox) but his voice isn't deep enough. "Screams For Tina" is a pretty good album but I personally think it lacks the melody that bands like what I hear in the music by Clan of Xymox and The Sisters of Mercy. The songs simply comes off as average to this goth lover. I wish I could have liked this album more but I just can't. It isn't bad, it is just not remarkable."
CLASSIC LA DEATHROCK!!!!
C. J. Greene | Frisco, TX United States | 12/09/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is LA Deathrock at its best! Screams For Tina finally have a new cd out! It's an EP entitled 2003 A.D. and is phenomenal. You can get it through Strobelight-Records.com or cdbaby.com. If you don't have this release featured here on Amazon.com, you need to buy this one as well. Check 'em out. You WON'T be disappointed!"