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on May 3, 2004
I first got Fire Dances when it was originally released on cassette. The songs for the most part are great, a few are a little more mainstream in approach than some of their earlier works. KJ here dabble in funk, tribal sounds, and dance. Then again some are percussion-fueled, frenetic, atonal massive train wrecks of sound, rather like Public Image Ltd's Flowers of Romance. If you like KJ, you might like this. An update I am now very happy to report, the "HA!" ep that was included on the b-side of the cassette version I had of this is now available on cd. A terrific live cd, and in my opinion Killing Joke's finest record.
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on January 22, 2006
This is one of the best albums for Killing Joke fans and for anyone who loves music. It's dancy, punky and gothy sounding. Song & Dance, Dominator, Let's All Go (To The Fire Dances)...all very good songs. I play this album very frequently. There's nothing bad about this album except that it's too short. Clocks in at 39 minutes.
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on June 24, 2014
Nice transitional album. In my top 4 killing joke albums - not only a prolific band but this album signals the merger to metal punk and similar genres.
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on August 2, 2010
This release is severely underrated. There's some powerful stuff here that fits nicely in any Killing Joke collection. Go for it.
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