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  • Audio CD (June 3, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Thunderstruck
  • ASIN: B00008XVHY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #668,962 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2. Nobody's Laughing
3. Snap
4. Humiliation Song
5. Razor Flowers
6. Heroin Breakfast
7. Porno Daddy
8. Seven Days in June
9. Maggots of Corruption
10. Hateful Little People
11. Logo
12. The Wrong Year

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The songs are very catchy, and the lyrics are incredibly clever.
geetarfreak
It's rare that a band can come along and challenge you from a musical perspective and still be fun and assessable.
Billiam van der Van
The lyrics are hilarious and the music never takes itself too seriously, but damn can these guys play.
Adam See

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Boris Kaplun on February 25, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Metal comes in many flavors - the technical, the fantastical, the extreme, the flamboyant, the experimental, the elaborate, the simplistic yet cranial crushing, and any number of other things. Metal fans, however, tend to be far more stringent and like to catalogue their metal in a slightly more primitive fashion - the true and the false. Consequently, many metalheads will approach blindly and leave in utter disgust at this apparent display of what can only be construed as paradoxical pop-metal. Their loss, I suppose.

Enter Freak Kitchen, brainchild of guitarist Mattias IA Eklundh who, by all standards, should probably have a solid home in a top tier progressive metal band. He seems to have other plans though, as he's too busy stuffing melodies and leads that are rich with metric and harmonic complexity into three minute songs that are safe for mass consumption. I honestly have no idea how they do it - every single song they write is as catchy as anything you might hear on the charts (and will just as easily get stuck in your head for weeks at a time), and yet is filled to the brim with instrumental acrobatics that are subtle enough to not induce any kind of inaccessibility, but are obvious enough to please music snobs around the world. Bassist Christer Ortefors and drummer Bjorn Fryklundh don't necessarily do anything that will make a tech-head look twice, but considering the context in which they are playing, they manage to successfully inject some goofy stuff throughout... including occasional double bass, off-kilter cymbal work, slight rhythmic variations, and plenty of neat bass lines that augment the guitars instead of following them in parallel.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Adam See on May 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Simply put, this music is beyond the restrictive and often inaccessible confines of traditional progressive rock/metal. Every song is as catchy as top 40 music yet is just as complex as bands like Dream Theater, Symphony X, Rush, ect... Don't believe me? You'll just have to hear it; it's impossible not to love every song. I'm a big fan of progressive rock but sometimes I wish those bands would focus more on the actual SONG than their musicianship - well, here we have Freak Kitchen who do exactly that. Don't get me wrong the musicianship is incredible; Mattias IA Eklundh is my favorite guitarist outscoring masters like Petrucci, Lifeson, and even Vai. If I were to give an accurate description of this music allegorically...I'd say Metallica meets Zappa. The lyrics are hilarious and the music never takes itself too seriously, but damn can these guys play. This album, "Move", is the best Freak Kitchen album hands down; it's even better than their latest album "Organic". Start your Freak Kitchen journey here and then pick up their other albums and the Freak Guitar solo albums as well.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Grahame on November 15, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If some record company were smart they'd grab the rights to distribute Freak Kitchen in the USA. If these guys were better known they'd be winning Grammy awards all over the place.

Their music is great - not just well played, it also grabs you and gets you moving. The lyrics are brilliant - funny and clever with biting social commentary.

It's hard to put them in a genre - rock bordering on metal? Or maybe pop-metal? Well, whatever it is they rock!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Russell P Muller on August 19, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This has got to be one of the most high-energy in-your-face rock albums of all time. Just about every track on this CD stands out with excellence. The musicianship is incredible. Mattias Eklundh has got to be one of the top 10 guitarists on the planet. His eccentric soloing will never cease to leave you asking "HOW DID HE DO THAT?!" Bjorn is on par with Mike Portnoy as far as drums go.
I these songs go through so many different changes that you really have no idea how they really sound until you've heard the whole thing. But trust me, they are fantastic.
The songs have creative content, and not the same whinning over and over again that you hear on the radio.
Absolute must-hears on this disc are Propaganda Pie, with its interesting mix of metal and funk/polka rythmes, Nobody's Laughing, a rock tune in 5/4 with a great solo, Heroine Breakfast, a tune about battling addiction with a catchy refrain and incredible solo, and Seven Days In June, a very beautiful and touching song.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MRNot on January 23, 2004
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I'd prefer a rating scale with more steps, because I don't want to imply this record is "perfect" (to me, that should be the unattainable ultimate goal, but I'd definitely place MOVE at around mid-90's out of 100). For those that may understand the comparisons, consider the guitarist from Extreme, Nuno Bettencourt (sp?) gets together with the rhythm section from Scatterbrain to play extremely creative pop metal with a progressive, avante garde style, set to lyrics that are poignant, yet at many times concurrently silly. Are you getting the picture? Diverse and exciting, yet not inaccessible to the uninitiated. This album was my first exposure to Freak Kitchen, and I truly wish their catalogue was available domestically in the US, 'cause I'd like to fill out the collection, but it would cost a small fortune.
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