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Brutal Language
My Ruin
Brutal Language
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
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"The Brutal Language" is the "quintessential" My Ruin album and the essence of their music in it's purest and most concentrated form with no detractions. An eyebrow raising expression of the heaviest rock & roll metal lea...  more »


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All Artists: My Ruin
Title: Brutal Language
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rovena Recordings
Original Release Date: 1/1/2005
Re-Release Date: 9/27/2005
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 806403337022, 5021449066421


Album Description
"The Brutal Language" is the "quintessential" My Ruin album and the essence of their music in it's purest and most concentrated form with no detractions. An eyebrow raising expression of the heaviest rock & roll metal lead by the violently sexy word play of infamous vocalist Tairrie B, making a statement of liberation rather than a declaration of revenge. Produced and played entirely by My Ruin guitarist, Mick Murphy and mixed by two time Grammy Award winning producer and long time friend, Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Velvet Revolver, Fireball Ministry), it has become explicitly clear that My Ruin are about to redefine themselves as a force to be reckoned with as they once again reinvent their sound, substance and approach.

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CD Reviews

The devil walks..
Stinkface | Sydney Aus | 09/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"wow, this album is really quite good. it is in the same vein as their earlier albums featuring mick murphy, hard rock, rocken solos and great lyrics. mick actually played all the instruments here, and yeah, he is an awesome drummer. this is definitely a rock album, it rocks, like acdc. its more rocking than their earlier stuff, less metal more cocky. the only downfall is the fact that it's only 10 tracks one of which is spoken work, but apart from that its excellent classic my ruin, a must for all my ruin / tairrie b fans. Best songs: the devil walks, vince vaughn and imitation of christ"
Better as an EP
Ofsilence | Cottage Grove, MN United States | 04/04/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)

"I've been a fan of My Ruin since I first heard Speak and Destroy. Each album progressively has gotten better. Until now.....unfortunately I cannot call this an "album" there are two tracks that are 60 second spoken word tracks, and the Mudhoney cover is just as awful as when Tarrie butchered Nirvana's "Negative Creep" under a different band. There are 4 or 5 songs on this cd that you can consider as "quality". Fortunately, I didnt pay full price for this album so I dont feel ripped off. 18-20 minutes of quality music doesn't constitute an "album". Nor should it entail paying more than 7-8 bucks! The music itself is different than previous My Ruin albums. It's more of an early to mid 90s guitar style and tone as opposed to their more nu metal offerings of the past. Tracks 2,3,4,5 and 8 are great! Regretfully, the rest is filler. Buy at your own risk, or wait until iTunes has this album available and pick off the tracks that interest you. That would be the route I would go if I had to do it over again."
Burning Babies | Columbus, OH United States | 02/27/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Tairrie B has tremendous potential as a vocalist. Unfortunately, her talent continues to more and more diluted as My Ruin's song writing slides downhill album after album. The Brutal Language continues in the direction of THoB, abandoning the nu metal nuances of APUPoVA in favor of straight ahead hard rock. However, the hooks are far less memorable than THoB. The song writing revolves around bad lyrics (far weaker than previous material) and hackneyed riffs that a B grade bar band would reject. Overall, it just seems to lack any real inspiration or direction. Surprisingly, Mick Murphy's guitar solos have actually progressed to the point where they are somewhat interesting, but his rhythm playing is completely one dimensional. Finally, the albums production is flat and lifeless. I don't sell off many albums I buy, but this one is going straight to the used rack."