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Audio, Cassette, June 5, 2001
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The Pleasure and the Greed never strays too far from the Toronto-based band's defiantly untrendy Led Zep-encrusted blueprint, but the disc does deliver a number of standout moments. "Everything Is Fine" is a pounding, snotty Alice in Chains-like dirge, and "All by Design" rocks with a soaring chorus and majestic lead-guitar line. The title track steals a page out of the Aerosmith songbook for a funky white-boy break, while the carefree acoustic groove, casual vocal, and ragtime piano of "Ease My Mind" offer a respite from the Charles Atlas guitars. Still, those looking for head-banging epiphanies need look no further than "Undersold," "Ladylike," "Mistake," or just about any one of this disc's other 13 foot-stompers. --Shawn Conner
Big Wreck's writing is so well done is scares me. These guys make me want to write. As a musician, this will make the weak give up and the driven strive to these heights. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Nicholas Vezmar
I really liked the first Big Wreck cd and this one is good as well. As most cds today there were a few songs I didnt care for but over all its very solid. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Cam's Dad
I've been a big fan of Big Wreck for a decade or better. This is one of those bands who falls into the category of "one of the best bands you've never heard" which is a... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Larene Adams
This band is very hard to cattagorize but they are extremely good musicians.If i compare them with anybody,Breaking Benjamin comes to mind, but Big wreck is justy a tad more... Read morePublished on June 5, 2010 by Brent N. Humphrey
I had a friend remind me about this band. I have not stopped listening to both of the albums in over a month. Just good rock music. A must have for Audiophiles.Published on April 6, 2008 by James C. Rowe Jr.
The Pleasure and the Greed: I discovered Big Wreck with the release of "In Loving Memory Of..." It took me a while to appreciate, but after several listens it had worn a groove... Read morePublished on December 21, 2007 by M. Doenges
My introduction to Big Wreck came via the Audio Galaxy Canadian Rock Fan newsgroup. I knew there was plenty of great undiscovered Rock talent from Canada, so I asked one of the... Read morePublished on November 9, 2006 by Paul Watson
Just like their first album, Big Wreck just makes a totally kick ass rock album. It's darker/heavier than the first, with less slide guitar (which totally works, trust me... Read morePublished on December 1, 2005 by Amazon Customer
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