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Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Out of print in the U.S.! Digitally remastered edition of Matt Johnson and The The's 1989 album featuring former Smiths member Johnny Marr on guitar. Eight tracks including 'Beat(en) Generation', 'Gravitate To Me' and 'Vio... more »
Out of print in the U.S.! Digitally remastered edition of Matt Johnson and The The's 1989 album featuring former Smiths member Johnny Marr on guitar. Eight tracks including 'Beat(en) Generation', 'Gravitate To Me' and 'Violence Of Truth'. Sony/BMG.
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Nearly prophetic view of upcoming conflict with Islam
Curtis Reed | Tampa, FL United States | 09/21/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I second what the other reviewers have said, but wanted to add an additional observation. The lyrics for this song Armageddon Days Are Here "Islam is rising, the Christians mobilising..." came to mind: the theme of religious conflict, and in particular of the rise of Islam and of resulting wars...While listening to the news about al Qaeda wanting to spread sharia across the world, Israel vs Hezbollah, Iran's nuclear ambitions, the US war in Iraq...and the lyrics to "ships sail out the harbors, and the bodies come floating back""
Smokin' Joe | Gwinn, MI United States | 01/17/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The music is fantastic, but not in the way that anyone would expect. I would classify it as a musical journey from beginning to end (from hard to soft). But with truth embedded in every word that will "blow your mind".
I was asked if I worshiped Satan while describing this album to a friend. I replied, "If you consider anti-religion, anti-government and anti-society as Satan....then yes. However, I prefer to think of it as a musical path to the truth."
Define yourself and you are free, otherwise...freedom lies in the barrel of warm gun."
Play Late, Dark, and REALLY Loud...
Mobtown Rat | Baltimore, MD | 02/12/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"That liner note suggests just about all you need to know about this offering from Matt Johnson et al. This is the release that turned me on to The The. 1989 was the perfect time. So many things in the world were really on edge that year, some sad, but so many hopeful and euphoric (in retrospect naively so). Mind Bomb's a good kick in the gut."