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  • Audio CD (July 24, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Relapse
  • ASIN: B000R8R6JI
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,271 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2. Women Dig It
3. The Anvil Will Fall
4. Merlin Is Magic
5. My Father's Life's Work
6. Where the Bee Sucks, There Suck I
7. Jim's Polish
8. F.S.T.P
9. All the Live Long Day

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By George Woodruff Foley on August 24, 2007
Format: Audio CD
i own a lot of records and none like this one. if nirvana was doomy it would be close. i've heard HM described as a dichotomy between beauty and ugliness, achingly beautiful, brutally beautiful. i've listened to this record everyday for the past month and i'm still not tired of it and listening to records over and over again is something i DON'T do. the distortion comes from Jesus. it's perfect and so are the singer's vocals. so many amazing bands musically ruin the music with a bad voice but i love Harvey Milk's. he sounds like a wounded grizzly bear that smokes a carton of cigarettes a day. buy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Clint Beed on November 23, 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Harvey Milk is a band that many may have a hard time getting into. They are dirty, extremely heavy, use odd time signatures and song structures, and will simply crush your ears with heavy metal experimentation. Don't give up on it right away however, because once this grows on you it will stick with you. This is more of an experience, and cannot be listened to as background music.

My Love Is Higher Than Your Assessment of What My Love Could Be is the debut from Athens, Georgia's finest Harvey Milk. The album was released in 1994, and is to this day one of the heaviest, thickest, most experimental heavy metal experiences that has ever been made. If you want soul grinding music that will take your breath away and leave you with a feeling of sorrow this is for you! This album will get you thinking about life, and all the crap we take every day. This album is just simply an emotional roller coaster and is completely engaging from start to finish.

If you are tired of radio rock and generic hip hop/pop that plague our society, give this album a spin. Spin it multiple times, as music like this is not easily taken in from a single listen. This takes several listens to really work, and there is a lot to catch each time. Best tracks are the crushing sludge of Women Dig It, the awesome experimental and possible United States National Anthem candidate The Anvil Will Fall, the great riffs of Merlin is Magic, the 10 minute magnum opus of My Father's Life Work (probably the single best piece of music on the album, and one of my favorite songs of all time), and quite possibly the heaviest song you will ever hear, Jim's Polish.

From front to back this album is truly unique, and demands your full attention for the entire 66 minute duration.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mordikai Crump on August 29, 2007
Format: Audio CD
this album slays. it crushes. finally reissued (i wish on vinyl!!!). when i hear it is like dropping acid and listening to sap cry out of a poplar, but slowed down to the point that you feel your mom touching your head with her fingertips back when your head was crowning... back then... before words... and only id spoke.
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Words cannot do this nearly indescribable album justice. It is music, or rather a force, that must be experienced firsthand to comprehend. Even then much time will be spent in futile effort attempting to unravel its mysteries, both sonically and lyrically. Full of sheer power, the magnitude of Harvey Milk's heaviness and complex minimalism is at times intelligent, visceral, cathartic, menacing, and confounding, often all at once. Within the space of songs on My Love..., their full-length debut, Harvey Milk manage to capture the ominous sound of beauty in despair, playing like the aural equivalent of a Thomas Ligotti short story collection. Evoking the dark psychedelic musings of A Saucerful of Secrets-era Pink Floyd, the nocturnal claustrophobia of Spiderland, slow motion Melvins tempos, and the raging nihilism of Black Flag's My War, combined with a quiet/loud dynamic that makes the Pixies sound like the Archies, this recording stands as a landmark in heavy music. With trademark blacker than black, guttural, from-the-great-beyond howling vocals, that in no way resemble standard Cookie Monster metal vocals, in conjunction with a wildly experimental edge, Harvey Milk is truly a force to be reckoned with. Imagine putting all of the aforementioned influences in a blender and pressing the ON button, but instead of some hybrid liquid concoction emerging, you get a 1,000 foot tall granite monster dripping plasma and oozing cosmic slime, that stomps you, your house, neighborhood, town, state, country, and world. Chances are the average Joe is not going to get this or any other Harvey Milk release, but if one is wired a certain way My Love... will be your new favorite record.Read more ›
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