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  • Here’s something I found strange. We have Rob Halford, the famous frontman of Judas Priest in a band called Two. He’s signed to Trent Reznor’s record label “Nothing.” His guitar player is John Lowery who once played with David Lee Roth (on the album “DLR Band”) and then Marilyn Manson (as John5). Oh and his voice is almost unrecognizable. That’s a complaint I see frequently in the reviews for this album and I want to say…Halford has always been pretty good at changing what his voice sounds like. Listen to the songs “Hellbent for Leather,” “Breaking the Law,” and “You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’” and listen to how different his voice sounds in each song. Well, anyways…This album, to me, sounded like Nine Inch Nails material (without the main topic of “sex”) as far as music, and occasionally lyrically it did too. That combined with Lowery’s ace guitar playing and Halford’s sometimes creepy vocals make this album a little different than other material you’ve previously heard but just as good. Don’t hesitate to listen to this album or even buy it for that matter. This CD is awesome.
    1. I Am a Pig-5/5-The vocals don’t sound that much like Rob Halford, this song is awesome. The song is pretty catchy and his voice does sound good. The beat is very cool as well.
    2. Stutter Kiss-4/5-This song is pretty good, but could’ve been shorter.
    3. Water’s Leaking-5/5-This song is awesome. Halford sings some of the lines in a way that struck me as annoying, but looking past that…
    4. My Ceiling’s Low-5/5-Despite the strange title, this song is great.
    5. Leave Me Alone-5/5-Another good song. Certain lyrics seem to pertain to the fact that he’s gay. And if I’m not mistaken, he did come out just around the time this album came out.
    6. If-5/5-Slower than the previous songs but very cool.
    7. Deep in the Ground-5/5-One of the best songs on the album. The keyboards and sythesizers on this song are really good.
    8. Hey, Sha La La-5/5-This song is extremely catchy.
    9. Wake Up-5/5-Sounds a bit like some of the other songs on the album, but it’s still good.
    10. Gimp-5/5-I find the title ironic (you might as well if you’ve ever seen “Pulp Fiction) but the song’s good.
    11. Bed of Rust-5/5-Another really good song. The atmosphere of it is perfect.
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    Posted on February 13, 2010