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Pedal to the Metal
Pedal to the Metal
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Wiseblood
Title: Pedal to the Metal
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Red Distribution, in
Release Date: 4/25/1995
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: Goth & Industrial
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 736601003026

CD Reviews

Hey. Fist Review. Where's my prize?
fredwd | Chicago, IL USA | 07/17/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"As with Dirtdish, I can normally only listen to some of the tracks. Petal to the Metal and Hey Bop a Ree Bop are my two favorite. They really kick butt. The other two songs just kinda hurt my ears and make me nervous. Although, when I've got enough Stoli in me, I will listen to them as well. Loud. What must the neighbors think?FD"
J.G. Thirwell (Clint Ruin) at his Best
Joshua Evans | 12/25/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"J.G. Thirwell has always had a way with orchestration of what could be called some of the most elaborate musical pieces that the "alternative" scenes have ever had privilege to hear. As always some of his more experimental works are a bit hard on the ears. But the first two tracks on this 4 track CD are well into his best works. Reminiscent of one of his masterpieces "Slung" from his Gash album under the "Band" name Foetus, "Pedal to the Metal" and "Stop Trying to Tie Me" could only be described as "Industrial Jazz". The last two tracks are too "experimental" for my tastes and thus the 4 star rating rather than the full 5. Well worth whatever price you are forced to pay for this out of production CD.
Car wreck, bent horns
Frosty Cold One | Seattle, WA USA | 06/05/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Let's get two things straight: [1] J.G. Thirlwell is either a god or a demon (I'm not sure which, even after years of listening to his music), and [2] He works really well with Roli Mosimann. A decent set of 4 songs totaling ~25 minutes, it's Thirwell's usual blenderizing of musical styles, but with Mosimann's contribution providing a somewhat different flavor than straight up Foetus. Outrageous brass on tracks 1 & 4. Classic twisted genius. Wonder just who influenced them? (Lucifer and who else?)"