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Benefits of Thinking Out Loud [Explicit Lyrics]

A Wilhelm ScreamAudio CD
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 24, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: March 24, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Jump Start
  • ASIN: B0001Q3TJW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #691,264 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8. Better Health Through Screaming in Tune
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10. September 10th
11. You Mkae Me Feel Like I Need A Pyschiatric Evaluation
12. Class fo '97
13. Month of Sundays

Editorial Reviews

Since forming in 1993, A Wilhelm Scream has cascaded onto a scene desperately in need of a new sound and vision. Drawing influences from several directions, A Wilhelm Scream has deciphered the code to open the door for a new brand of powerful punk rock. While often compared to punk rock visionaries Propaghandi and Hot Water Music, A Wilhelm Scream’s style reinvents itself with every chord, making the listener hold their breath and wonder what’s next.

A Wilhelm Scream has five different releases over the eight years they’ve been together. The latest, "Benefits Of Thinking Out Loud," takes us into their own world of confusion, angst, sorrow, loss, disillusionment, and of course, alcohol. The band’s approach to writing their songs is complex, involving layers upon layers of punk sensibility turned upside down and inside out, coated with metal alloy, and then driven into your skull with a chisel and hammer. And that’s just the opening chord of the album. Ouch!

On the lighter side of the spectrum is the band’s ability to communicate with their audience through approachable lyrical content. They take pure emotions and shrivel them up in their own brand of narcotic sensationalism. A Wilhelm Scream’s live show backs up their stereophonic dominance; only the sound in this case is in your face and pounding your head on a steel-spiked table. The band ignites the crowd with their raucous style and vigor, leaving them overwhelmed and still wanting more. The band has been on five East Coast tours in the past twp years, and is only going to go even further with this, their best effort to date.


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4.0 out of 5 stars Its Pretty Rad! December 23, 2008
Format:Audio CD
Ok..Well ive been a huge fan of A Wilhelm Scream For years and ive seen them grow and grow..This album is not bad the songs are awesome catchy and has everything that you have come to love from a Wilhelm scream..if your a fan this is a must have..so why did i only give it 4 stars..the quality is not as good as there other albums the Delivery Of the album does not pack the punch that there others do..If your a new fan you should check out Ruiner...Or Mute Print....Great album not as good quality..
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3.0 out of 5 stars The Funniest Thing I Ever Heard November 14, 2005
By Ray Kay
Format:Audio CD
I'm sorry to say, but this band makes me laugh. It's not that the music is bad or embarassing, but I can't help myself. Its just funny. For example, an actual line from A Chapter of Accidents: I don't want to f--k you, I just want to hold you.
Now, despite the ongoing hilarity, I found myself actually listening to the music. The lead singer has a menacing grunt for a voice, but the background singer(s) have really annoying nasal whines. The music is hard and the lyrics are even better. Now besides intentionally making you laugh with the veryclever lyrics, this band also tackles raw feelings. A Month Of Sundays surprised me by being emotionally powerful, as the singer belts out the line "There's only you." It is so heartfelt and strong. The thing is, you can't fail by checking out this band. Why? One of two things will happen:

1. You will find some of the songs as funny as I think they are, and you'll catch a good laugh.

OR

2. You'll really like the hardcoreness (is that a word?) of this album.
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