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Endless Nameless
Wildhearts
Endless Nameless
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Rock, Metal
 
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The alternative rock act's third album & debut for Mushroom.Mushroom. 10 tracks, including the singles 'Anthem' and'Urge'. Full color picture disc. 1997 release.

      
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All Artists: Wildhearts
Title: Endless Nameless
Members Wishing: 6
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mush
Release Date: 2/10/1998
Album Type: Import
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Rock, Metal
Styles: British Alternative, Europe, British Isles
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 743215211822

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The alternative rock act's third album & debut for Mushroom.Mushroom. 10 tracks, including the singles 'Anthem' and'Urge'. Full color picture disc. 1997 release.

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BOOOOOM! Distortion, metal, and.....melody??
Mr. M. J. A. Record | 05/06/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Step 1) Buy album. Jaw drop to floor and sobbing ensures after thinking that favourite pop rock band have released something so dirty and distorted. Throw into cd collection angrily.Step 2) Upon grudgingly giving the album another chance discover that Junkenstein and Why You Lie are great Nine Inch Nails-esque screamers. Lob back into cd collection ashemedly.Step 3) Come to the conclusion that Nurse Maximum is one of the best songs they've ever ever written! Place cautiously into cd collection.Step 4) Start yelling Sounddog Babylon! at the top of your voice in the middle of the night, much to the annoyance of the street.Step 5) Simply cannot get the groove to Anthem out of your head. BOOM boom boow boom boom bow boom boom bow.....BOOMStep 6) Grab innocent bystanders, thrust the album into their hands and scream at them to love it until your taken away....This album is a huge dirty distorted scream of rage with Ginger's trademark melodies buried in the mix. It's essentially the Wildhearts doing their best Big Black impersionation, and christ it's good. Don't be a closed minded fool...appriciate this slab of industrial/metal/pop and be an enlightened grasshopper!"
Painful but poigniant
Mr. M. J. A. Record | 08/30/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is where it ended for perhaps the best metal band (although it is an insult to limit the Wildhearts by that tag) since Metallica. During its recording the band was suffering the effects of the bass player's growing heroin addiction- the screamed lyrics of 'Junkenstein' could only have come from first-hand experience- the band broke up a week before this was released. Some have found the harsh production too much to bear- in places it is more extreme than a grindcore album- but the winning songwriting still shines through: after a few listens, the beauty of 'Soundog Babylon' is obvious, and the schizophrenic genius of 'Urge' still amazes. The final track 'Thunderf*ck' is arguably their finest moment- a flawlessly executed trip-hop experiment that segues into a violent blast that sounds like the world is ending- which it did for this fine and criminally underrated band."
It sounds a little bit like this...(shout the next bit)
Dr. J. P. Smythe | 09/04/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"BOOM! CLATTER! RATTLE! TEEEET! BOOOOOOM! CLATTER! RATTLE! TEEEEEEET BOM BOOM BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!!!! CLATTER! RATTLE! TEEEEEEEEEET! GRRRRRRRRRRR! BOOOM! BOOM! BANG BANG BANG BOOM!!!! RATTLE!!! BANG BANG BANG!!!!! BOOOOOOOOOOM BOOM BOOOOOOOOOOOM! BOOOM BANGABANG! BOOOOOOM RATTLE CLATTER TEEEEEEEEEEET! ¬¬¬¬¬¬ And that's it. It sounds like Psychocandy by the Jesus and Mary Chain, and is incredible. Buy it now. You WILL think that your tereo is broken - And that's a good thing."