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Raunchy was founded in 1992 by Jesper Tilsted, Jesper Kvist, and Morten Toft Hansen, who start jamming, playing mostly cover from bands like Metallica and Slayer. Lars Vognstrup and Lars Christensen join in 1994, and in 1995 they record their first demo, at Borsing Recordings in Århus. The song "Space Story" from the demo is later released on the compilation CD Extremity Rising ... Read more in Amazon's Raunchy Store

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  • Audio CD (March 9, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nuclear Blast Americ
  • ASIN: B0001BPR42
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #321,587 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Join The Scene
2. I Get What I See
3. Summer Of Overload
4. Watch Out
5. 9-5
6. Show Me Your Real Darkness
7. Confusion Bay
8. The Devil
9. Insane
10. Morning Rise & A Friday Night
11. Bleeding #2

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Myra Schilling
A lot of the songs are mid-tempo, and there's even one toward the end of the album that's borderline-ballad.
Matt Stoessel
Raunchy are very original,they can be very heavy and very tecnic.
Phurya

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Matt Stoessel on August 16, 2004
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Its funny for a melodic metal fan like me to love this album so much. I found out about Raunchy on Nuclear Blast's "Death is Just the Beginning, Volume 7" CD. "Twelve Feet Tall" from their debut album Velvet Noise is towards the end of disc 1. After listening to this album, I would like to compare the music to a heavier In Flames meets the melodicness of Theatre of Tragedy's Assembly album. In other words, sure, the lyrics are very nu-metalish, which is what's all over America now (sad but true), BUT, keyboards in this, although industrial, are superior and make the music enjoyable even though you're hearing "suck my d***" in my 2 favorites songs.

So if you're into any kind of industrial music, nu-metal, death metal, or perhaps even melodic thrash metal, you just have to check this album out. The music is absolutely incredible. A few of my buddies from our school trip to Bermuda even didn't say this was that bad (and I played the album's fastest song (guess which one it is) for them). So... you're a Fear Factory, In Flames, Slipknot (God how it hurts to use that name in a review), Messugah, even - just give them a listen.

Speed? Well... first of all, I'll tell you that every song is at a different place on the `heaviness scale'. You can't possibly get bored listening to this album. However, the vocals are screamed - not sung, grunted, or growled (no female vocals). Okay, now onto speed. A lot of the songs are mid-tempo, and there's even one toward the end of the album that's borderline-ballad. A lot more of the songs are just past mid-tempo, which is a great speed for songs to sound different than one another. 9-5 and Insane are the album's fastest, but there's one or 2 others that are quite fast.

Musically, this is seriously one of my favorite albums!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 17, 2004
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what can I say. Raunchy is a great band. This album is a little bit different then their first album. It sounds more like their own sound rather then Fear Factory or Strapping Young Lad. I just have no idea how they are going to do now that their vocalist Lars have left the group. I wish them the best of luck and hope they get to tour the states soon. 5*****
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Metal 4 Life on October 10, 2005
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This CD is one of the most melodic and sing-a-long CD's I've gotten in a long time. The lyrics to the songs I must admit are a little Perverted but all in all I love this CD. The type of screming the singer dose is no different the sceaming in Mnemic and they are another good metal band from denmark. The first song Starts off with a little Tecno and that then leads to the screaming and great melodic singing. Then Summer of Overload, by far the best CD on the whole entire CD the Melodic singing druing the Choris with the Heavy Screaming following it just Ties this song in a not. Then Watch Out the second best song on the album that has great screaming verses followed by the great singing of the key boardest. Thats then followed by 9-5 which is the Heavest song on the Album which also ends in some really good keyboards. and Then Theres Confusion Bay and Devil. These songs, the Singer or Sreamer turns his voice into a replica of the Type o Negative singer and it shows in Devil. Now I'm Not saying that there bad songs I am saying that they are Different. I Really Like the style and form of this album and I cant wait to hear from them again.

Well this Cd is recomended for fans of Soilwork, Mnemic, In Flames, Still Remains and of Course Type O Negative. I really enjoy this CD and Its not only the Metal, The necno is also a great aspect of this CD.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Lubert on August 29, 2004
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It is evident that Raunchy is genuinely concerned with bringing metal into the 21st century with style, rather than poring over what was the norm some 20 or so years ago. Like lablemates Mnemic, they defy comparions with much of anyone, seamlessly incorporating familiar techniques of the metal trade with uncompromising innovation. Ironically enough, such a progressive approach may deter certain listeners who seem to like everything to sound the same forever sans change. Though Raunchy may be a relatively young band, this album exemplifies that they can certainly offer many old pros quite a few pointers on keeping the genre fresh and alive.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By poopvayne on November 29, 2005
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if SYL and Fear Factory slowed some of their riffs down a bit but still played catchy, heavy riffs you'd get Raunchy,their first album Velvet Noise was great but THIS is the album to get!Confusion Bay has great lyrics,riffs and great vocals to go with it,ya really gotta check it out,it's awesome!
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Raunchy's latest release "Confusion Bay" is definately a very well made CD that is head and shoulders above a lot of the drivel out there, but it falls a little short of the exceptional quality of their first album "Velvet Noise". I guess the reason that "Velvet Noise" so appealed to me and so many others is that it had a cranked-up kind of Fear Factory-ish sound that was still somehow unique. However, it is probably these comparisons that led the band members to modify their sound in an effort to set themselve apart on "Confusion Bay". Raunchy do retain many great elements from their previous CD, such as the exceptional drumming & guitar, great vocals, etc., but the songs themselves overall just aren't quite as good as the last album (still quite good, though, and heavier in some cases). There is obvious talent here, but I think that "Confusion Bay" may not fully show this. And, with the departure of the lead singer Lars Vognstrup, it may not happen at all.
"Velvet Noise" is one of my favorite metal releases of the last few years, and while "Confusion Bay" is still very good, it falls a little short of Raunchy's excellent debut. Still, some really good songs here are Join the Scene, I Get What I See, Watch Out, Insane, and the awesome Morning Rise & a Friday Night. 5 stars compared to everything else, but 4 stars compared to Velvet Noise.
Metal fans should not hesitate to buy this CD, and with great metal bands dropping like flies these days (RIP The Crown -- you will be greatly missed), they need all the support that they can get.
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