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Dopes to Infinity

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  • The lads of MM aim to play with the big cats on this album and they succeed beyond their wildest dreams. The title track opens the album with nerve shattering snorting violence and the action doesn’t let up until 70 minutes later. “Negasonic Teenage Warhead” can be used as a therapeutic device for highschool brats. “I will deny you!” That is, you’ve got nothing on me, you pseudo-peers. Things get downright scary in “All Friends and Kingdom Come.” But like any good trashy horror novel, if you’re not scared you wouldn’t be getting what you want. Robert A. Heinlein’s Stranger in a Strange Land meant to purge its readers of pity and fear. MM agree. By making you so damn scared you get a huge rush when you realize that what’s so bloody scary is YOU. If you like trash, you probably read comics. & Dave and the boys have come up with the perfect soundtrack to any cosmic comic with “Ego the Living Planet.” This one can be profitably listened to while you read things like Marvel’s Earth X. “I Control I Fly” kicks out the jams and rocks frenetically, while “Dead Christmas” provides some darkly amusing moments of introspection.This is the best thing that Monster Magnet has produced so far. But I suspect that they’re only beginning to tap into the demented mind of the teenage brat. We Want More!

    Posted on December 25, 2009