Two points first: 1. I guess Steven Spielberg would not like this album. 2. Great song lengths on this beautiful piece of contemporary art.
I will provide you with some made up ish-adjectives on this one: sexyish (i.e. #01 1000 miles of cock), deathmetalish (i.e. #02: Death to the Dodgers of soap), funnyish (i.e. #16: Gaysong), interestinglish (i.e. #01 to #20) redefinishionish (i.e. #13: Doggy Style), educationalish (i.e. #06: Aerometh), anti-metallicaish (i.e. #07: Evil Robots), intelectualish (i.e. #08: Gender of the beast), militaryish (i.e. #04: Legion of flames), hardcorish (i.e. #11: Sodomanaz) to name but a few. Some of the adjectives were made up by me but are not subject to any copyright whatsoever.
This album is a musical encyclopaedia of every song ever produced between 1973 and 2011 (LCD-Soundsystem, doh), not taking the sources serious but themselves, which is a _good_ thing per definition. I just wish they would be touring my hometown (headlining over S.O.D. and Twisted Sisters) and burn the gear of the others at the end of each show. This review is pretty short, for I spend most of the time in Photoshop but Notepad designing myself a Zimmer’s Hole tattoo, which I will be getting in 2 1/2 hours (note my sexy legs!):
Label: Hevy Devy Records/Century Media Records
Avantgenre: Post-Motörhead Discurse Rock
Official site: http://www.legionofflames.com
Review online since: 01.07.2007 / 11:22:14
01 – The Hole Is the Law