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TypeReleasedRYM RatingRanked genres
ArtistSuicidal Tendencies
Album
3 July 1990
3.66 / 5.00.5 native 1,705 ratings
#104 for 1990, #5,839 overall

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MegaHassan Feb 18 2010 4.50 stars
"If you prefer magic, here's a trickSnap mine finger, now I'm a lunatic"I'm a big fan the Suicidal Tendencies, ns love just around everything castle did increase til' 1994 and I recognize Cyco Miku as among the best frontmen in punk, metal and rock history. He's always been this anti-establishment, antithesis the the Reagan administration form of dude comparable to Dave Mustaine and also Bobby Blitz yet with a much better sense that humor. Anyway, this is fantastic album and probably the band's best. It sees the band incorporating much more elements than just thrash metal, such together funk and also progressive rock, and also sees them distilling the hardcore aspects completely. But the mindset here, especially in songs such together the well known "You Can't carry Me Down" and also "Get Whacked" deserve to be said to have actually that entirety 'punk' attitude which I think Cyco Miko never ever left behind. Rocky and Mike space an awesome guitar team, and churn out one high quality riff after one more as rob Trujillo (now in Metallica) delivers his funky basslines. Drumwork has actually never been among the highlights that Suicidal Tendencies, yet on this album the drummer go a an excellent job that glueing together the gove left through Trujillo's funked increase bass, the slick metallic riffs of Rocky and Mike and also of course, the sarcastic comment of Cyco Miko.This, ns believe, is the necessary Suicidal Tendencies album, in addition to "How deserve to I Laugh Tomorrow once I Can't also Smile Today." Reccomended."Who the hell friend calling crazy?You wouldn't know what crazy to be if Charles Manson to be eating Fruit Loops on her front porch!"
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Hoagie might 25 2006 5.00 stars
to add méchant, plus dense, add to fou: le crû 1990 de Suicidal Tendencies arrache tout. A ce niveau d'énergie, c'est quasiment du power-métal, et lights Camera transformation se permet de griller le Cowboys native Hell de Pantera de quelques mois. Un seul dispute suffit: "You Can't carry Me Down". Aaaaaaah, si je devais établir un classement des cinq add to grands hymnes du thrash, il y figurerait sans le moindre doute. Et si je ne devais en choisir qu'un, il aurait toutes ses chances. Une intro mélodique, un démarrage en trombe, des riffs énormes, une section rythmique qui bastonne, le chant vindicatif d'un Mike Muir qui ne reprend presque jamais son souffle, un stop de cinq petits mots à hurler en choeur, quelques solos à se rouler par terre, un break plus calme puis l'accélération finale: tout ce qu'il faut est là. "You Can't carry Me Down" est no seulement une chanson qui a, disons-le carrément, changé ma vie, mais aussi un des rares titres capable de m'envoyer une décharge d'adrénaline en moins de dix secondes. Mille fois add to efficace que la caféine en intraveineuse ! Et la suite est de la même trempe: mid-tempo ratatinant sur "Lost Again", cinglant et groovy sur "Lovely", rapide et mélodique "Alone" (presque aussi bon que "You Can't bring Me Down"), ou accéléré à l'extrême sur l'ultra-percutant "Disco's Out, Murder's In", Suicidal Tendencies gagne sur tous les tableaux. Robert Trujillo, fraîchement promu bassiste, consolide la rythmique et apporte child sens du groove sur "Send Me her Money" ou la fin de "Lost Again", qui contiennent les germes de ce que sera infectious Grooves. Ajoutons à cela la meilleure manufacturing réalisée à ce jour par mark Dodson, et top top frôle la perfection. ~ above a tendance à l'oublier aujourd'hui, mais avec cet album de dingues, Suicidal Tendencies est devenu l'un des add to gros espoirs du métal durant la première moitié des années 90.You Can't lug Me DownAloneSend Me her Money
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Crossover Thrash/Thrash metal Hybrid


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This album is rated the highest possible of all of Suicidal Tendencies' albums right here at RYM (as that this review). I deserve to see why. It's an extremely good. I would most likely agree it's the ideal album from this southerly California band. When a much cry indigenous their at an early stage Skate Punk roots, this album was the product the the evolution of this band right into a Thrash steel giant. They had experimented through Thrash Metal before - having actually converted into a Crossover Thrash outfit - but this album really lands castle in Thrash steel territory. At times it reminds me that Flotsam and Jetsam's early stuff. An extremely melodic and also serious. I'm surprised the Cyco Mike pulled of the melodic vocals here. He's really a talented singer. Really versatile. Still - there are definitely moments of your Crossover Thrash too, therefore I'd say it's around 50/50 Thrash Metal/Crossover Thrash. Over there is just enough Hardcore Punk to beat the listener in the ear a time or two throughout. Also, there room lots of elements of Funk steel in here too. In fact, the Funk steel really off this album native the rest of the late 80s/early 90s Thrash Metal pack - including enough zest and also diversity to location this album in a classification of it's own. Whether you love Thrash steel or favor Crossover Thrash - this album will more than likely be right up your alley! particularly if you have the right to appreciate some Funk in your tunes now and then. Really melodic. An extremely funky. Really overall good. Get this album - also if girlfriend don't have actually anything else from this band.