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    • badchildren avatar

      Uno dei migliori gruppi su Jamendo, rompono sicuramente il culo a molti gruppi blasonati! Rock n roll!!

    • andy0111 avatar

      To taki w "starym" stylu, bezpretensjonalnie zagrany albumik. Typowo klimatyczny - z poprawnym warsztatem i wyczuciem nastroju. Naprawdę, może się podobać. Powroty do "korzeni" mają jednak swój urok...

    • maxalo avatar
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      It's remind me the first Jam album, end of 70th, London Powerfull r'n'b By the meaning of this time. not the r'n'b shit of today, I'm talking of Otis Redding,W ilson Pickett, Solomon Burke, Serious guys, not sexy girls! Music!

    • digital_sextant avatar

      Sinkhole seems to be a conventional pop punk group reminiscent of Less Than Jake when they trend away from the horn-based ska. They have pretty enjoyable hooks and speedy songs. They take care to give their lead singer (who tends to do a little more singing than many such bands, but also still has the spoken-word scratchy-voice aesthetic so common to the genre) enough volume and enunciation that you can understand the lyrics. Most importantly, they’re very competent within their genre–and given the three-chord, anyone-can-play-punk aesthetic, competence is crucial. A couple of the songs stand out for me. I really like the chorus and harmony of “Donut .” “Far and Away” reminds me a lot of the song “Sugar high” from the movie Empire Records, mostly because of the timbre and character of the singer, more than because of the melody. My favorite song is “Don’t Fail Me Now ,” which has a simple-minded approach reminiscent of “The End of the World as We Know It,” but stood out to me. As a last note, following the tradition of silly/ juvenile additions to albums (like the mustache sequence on Less Than Jake’s Losing Streak), Sinkhole includes a rant against non Heavy Metal music entitled, cryptically, “Madonna, She’s a Dick.” Worth a listen and perhaps a download.

    • Solvik avatar
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      Bon album, j'aime bien :) Exactement le type de punk que je cherche pour me détendre ! Un deuxième album !!