J. Dillard | Wilmington, DE USA | 06/26/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The liner notes mention that this might be the final Pigface album, which would be a shame but maybe inevitable. Sometimes the magic just fades.
Not as eclectic as Easy listening, which is welcome and the only real disappointment I have with the album is the song The Good, The Bad and the Druggly, which while not a bad song, dresses up a pretty familiar bass riff, which seems a little beneath them.
I had to rate it only 4 stars because Pigface used to really wow me now, not as much. Still it's enjoyable.
It pains me to write this but...
DarklordDKL | 11/07/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Phoning in an album full of boring, generic songs that all sound the same would be bad for any band or artist, but for the legendary Pigface, it's completely unacceptable. It's also the first of the 6 main Pigface albums that doesn't feature at least one great single. At least they don't plan on cranking out 3 of these like Ministry. Put a fork in that hog, it's done."