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Nuclear Sad Nuclear

The Number Twelve Looks Like YouAudio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (June 21, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eyeball
  • ASIN: B0009A1AQ4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,418 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Devil's Dick Disaster
2. Texas Dolly
3. Clarissa Explains Cuntainment
4. Track Four
5. The Proud Parent's Convention Held in the ER
6. An Aptly Fictional Description
7. Like a Cat
8. Rememberance Dialogue
9. An Exercise in Self Portraiture: Go Shoot Yourself
10. Opertaing on a Re-Run Episode
11. Track Eleven
12. Catagory

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Following the limited release of their debut Eyeball EP "An Inch Of Gold For An Inch Of Time," The Number 12 Looks Like You...see site for more info.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing, amazing, amazing June 27, 2005
Format:Audio CD
I've loved these guys since I first heard them, and this album is just fantastic. They're all talented musicians, and their songwriting ability blows me away. Songs move from a spastic breakneck pace to a slow melodic breakdown and back again in an instant. Their two vocalists have incredible range and power. If you like grindy stuff like Ed Gein, TDTE, etc., check this out -- every bit as powerful and much more fun.

PLEASE, don't just download this and copy it for all your friends. Pay for it. These guys work too damn hard and they've put together an album that shows how dedicated they are.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This little Juggernaut from New Jersey October 2, 2005
Format:Audio CD
I first was introduced to this band when they opened for my friends in Sawtooth grin. I couldn't quite put a finger on it then but i knew there was something about this band I dug so i kept going to check them out. Their last cd "Put on your rosey red glasses" launched them nationwide and for good reason as it was a well produced cd by a band that played technical music very well. This cd finds the band going for a full length, and on this release they seem more at home. This disc remeinds me a lot of Converge's "Petioning the Empty Sky" as the band sounds very fragile and vunerable well unleashing out a crushing sound much like Converge did. They also have added new elements to their sound as they have grown as a band, and have become more better song writers as well. "Like a Cat" is a good example of this. They seem a lot less like a trend and more like a mainstay with this release. The guitar work on this cd is a lot different from their last as it sounds a lot different tone wise, plus a lot more solo work is involved, showcasing Alex's great skill. The only thing that doesn't seem to jump out as much on this release is their dual vocalist attack, other than that, this is definetly one of the best underground releases of the year. I'm giving it a 4.5.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nuclear.Sad.Nuclear June 23, 2005
Format:Audio CD
This release is absolutely amazing. This is a perfect release for those who are looking for something new and original, or those who enjoy chaotic yet melodic metalcore that borderlines on technical. Yeah, there are lots of chaotic metalcore bands any more, but this has something that sets them apart. They are actually talented musicians. The guitarists find space to put in an amazing solo-esque riff in between all the chaos, the drummer is insane, and the vocalists (yes, there are two) write interesting lyrics and intensify their music with the dual-vocal attack. It's really an incredible album. This was one of the most sought-after metalcore bands of the new millenium before being signed to Eyeball, and hopefully now they can get the respect they deserve.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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i've read a bunch of reviews saying this album isn't as "heavy". which i guess is true if you're listening to the #12 for all the wrong reasons. this album is solid, and i don't really think it can be classified as an genre of music besides awesome. the guitar work is amazing they play crazy riffs perfectly you can hear ever not they hit, the drumming is perfect in everyway, and the album's diversity is astonishing. the clean guitar work thrown in the mix doesn't make the album less heavy it just makes it more original. there's elements of rock, jazz, grind, and metal all put together perfectly and there's not many bands who can pull that off i think nuclear sad nuclear is #12's best and most talented release to date. we can only expect them to get better as they progress and grow as a band.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Number Twelve Looks Like A Rock October 8, 2005
Format:Audio CD
This band is one of the few out there who is willing to take hardcore, grind, and all of the accessories thereof, meld them together and actually pull it AND ACTUALLY PULL IT OFF. Their wide range of influence is sewn together seemlessly. From the "I chewed on broken glass" screams to the lowest bowel moving growls, the 80's Yngwie shred to the converge/dillinger time signatures to classical guitar riffs, this band covers it all and kicks your ass in the process.

This albulm is only a growth for the band as they continue to devour all the people, children, and hookers that lie in their path. The Number Twelve maintain a huge amount of pride in the face of most trendy "hardcore". One of the few bands formed within the past few years that will stand the test of time.

Buy it, and then make out with jesus.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad change read this! May 1, 2006
Format:Audio CD
I have all the number 12 albums and in order it would have to be 1st.Put on your rosy red glasses 2nd.NUCLEAR SAD NUCLEAR 3rd.An inch of gold for an inch of time

but there all amazing ther music gets alot more melodic as they age but still are amazing

If I were you I WOULD buy this album, thanks!

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great album 4.5 Stars June 19, 2006
Format:Audio CD
Great tech metal cd. If you like Dillenger, Between the Buried and Me, The Red Chord, Converge, or any other similar band, you will LOVE this band.

I've read alot of reviews that say that this is a "sellout" CD, or that this one is wimpier than their previous album. To them, I would say you probably arent listening to it loud enough. I'm serious. One key problem with the cd is that the levels are really low and you need to turn it up to hear it well (something they could have easily fixed in mixing, which sucks). They are probably also thrown off by the gutiar effects, which make them sound somewhat cleaner. But, it is not the distortion on the guitar which makes something heavy, its the way its played. No one in thier right mind could call this "selling out" or something of the like. If they wanted to gain any sort of mainstream popularity they would have to drop the abrasive vocals, brutal riffs, and sporatic natutre of the songs, all of which shine hard throughout Sad Nuclear, Sad. Even still if a band is great and they are popular, who cares you elitist!

Overall, this CD shows a clearly matured band over their previous cd ( which is also good, but really short). Be sure to pick this one up!
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