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Maynard James Keenan steps outside his brain for a moment and delivers a down 'n' dirty batch of songs that have more in common with soul than Satan. Whether the dark 'n' sexy ''Dozo,'' the moody ''Momma Sed,'' or the electronic pummeling of ''The Undertaker,'' Keenan and friends (an impressive and eclectic cast that includes Milla Jovovich, Lisa Germano, Tim Alexander, and Danny Lohner) never disappoint. Darkly funny, wickedly funny, and sexy- V is for Vagina is a welcome change of pace from the Tool/A Perfect Circle frontman and will no doubt be one of the most talked about--and misunderstood--records of the year.

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Maynard James Keenan steps outside his brain for a moment and delivers a down 'n' dirty batch of songs that have more in common with soul than Satan. Whether the dark 'n' sexy "Dozo," the moody "Momma Sed," or the electronic pummeling of "The Undertaker," Keenan and friends (an impressive and eclectic cast that includes Milla Jovovich, Lisa Germano, Tim Alexander, and Danny Lohner) never disappoint. Darkly funny, wickedly funny, and sexy V is for Vagina is a welcome change of pace from the Tool/A Perfect Circle frontman and will no doubt be one of the most talked about--and misunderstood--records of the year. --Jedd Beaudoin

1. Queen B
2. Dozo
3. Vagina Mine
4. Momma Sed
5. Drunk With Power
6. The Undertaker
7. Trekka
8. Indigo Children
9. Sour Grapes
10. Rev. 22:20

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  • Audio CD (October 30, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Pucifer Ent
  • ASIN: B000W8ONXU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,590 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Andy on November 6, 2007
Format: Audio CD
So here we are with Maynard James Keenan's third official side project, Puscifer. Not as dense or as challenging as Tool, nor as emotional and cathartic as A Perfect Circle. One look at the album cover, the song titles, heck, even the band name, and it becomes apparent that Maynard had no intentions of creating another side-project that sticks to the tried and true. Coming off of the failed Tapeworm project (spearheaded by Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor), Keenan got together with bassist/producer Danny Lohner, recorded a couple of songs for "Saw II" and the "Underworld" soundtracks, and that was that. The songs were brooding, very Maynard-esque, but with a hint of something different. That something different is what eventually takes over on the band's debut album. Recorded with a slew of collaborators, some obscure, some noteworthy, it is indeed an album that will raise some eyebrows. Sometimes dabbling into trip-hop, industrial, country and salsa, there seem to be no boundaries for this project. Songs like "Rev 22:20," "The Undertaker" and "Trekka" will likely appeal to those already acquainted, while others such as "Momma Sed" and "Queen B" require a grain of salt to be appreciated. Flat out, this is probably the most accessible of Maynard's career, because with one listen, you'll know if you like it or not. Some people will love Puscifer's debut album, some will hate it. At the end of the day, it really doesn't matter. It's best not to overthink this one. It's quite obvious in interviews that Maynard isn't interested in creating another band with massive appeal and a huge audience. Just think of it as something cool, creative and a bit left of center. If not for anything else, it makes for good background music.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By the2989 on November 3, 2007
Format: Audio CD
First off, this album does have a couple weak points, but it's certainly not enough to give it one star. Being a Tool/APC fan shouldn't influence your review in one way or another, because this isn't Tool/APC, and you shouldn't treat it like you're listening to Tool/APC. Simple logic, right?

After listening to this album a good (looks at Winamp playcount) nine times, along with a few listens while driving around, I feel like I can describe the overall album rather well. First impact? It's a chill album. One of my favorite kinds, to be honest. Something you can relax and do homework to, something to can take naps to, you can shower and sing along to it (when you can understand the lyrics/mumbling), etc. I wouldn't recommend buying this album in hopes of headbanging to it, because you probably won't even begin to mess up your hair.

It starts off energetically (for Puscifer standards) with the beautifully-catchy "Queen B". I wasn't a big fan of this track when I first heard the single, but now I love it. "Dozo" follows, and it's a lightly-dark moody track. It's not my favorite track, but it's not one that I skip over.

A dark, moody track by the name of "Vagina Mine" follows, and it's one of my favorite tracks, even though I can't really describe why. It's absolutely perfect driving music, it has that groove, yet it's chill and dark at the same time. The trip hop influence is strong, if I'm allowed to put a genre to such a unique sound.

"Mama Sed" is a balancing-out track. Many albums make the mistake (in my opinion) of putting one dark song after another, often putting me into a depressed state of mind, and I don't want to do anything except mope around afterwards.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Beauchamp on November 1, 2007
Format: Audio CD
To tell you guys the truth I've had this CD since release, and at first I didn't really like it much. It didn't have the ambience of Tool and the lyrics weren't very insightful or thought provoking.

Still after about 20 times listening to it, I found that it's ability to get you pumped up is it's defining quality. It wasn't made to be thought provoking, it's a different project and therefore a different style.

Some of the tracks I still don't like at all, and that's fine I will keep listening to them until I find qualities in them that I like. The beauty though is in the track that I really like which are:

Queen B (Totally kicking!!! A new age I Like Big Butts)

Dojo (Simply awesome background concentration music)

Vagina Mine (A beautifully creepy compilation of lyrics and hidden meanings)

Momma Sed (Perhaps my favorite on the whole album, a song hasn't gotten me this pumped up ever)

Indigo Children (Just an awesome techno style song)

The rest I haven't really gotten into yet, I will find things that I love about them though i'm sure.

I think Maynard said it best when he said:

"Check your over inflated expectations at the door."

This album is some of the best background music I've found in years. A quality that Tool lacks in it's all encompassing attention whoring quandries.

So bottom line is it's something different, and it took me a while to get used to that, but it really is a beautiful collection of unique music.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Kidd on November 27, 2007
Format: Audio CD
After having my loyalty tested by Tools latest release, this cd restores my faith in Maynard's musicianship. Although i have always loved Tool, i think they started repeating themselves in the last release. And this is much much different. If anything this album is kind of like an extension of the track Lost Keys on 10 000 days; although that can be the only real comparison drawn between the two music-wise.

This is not music designed to rouse people into aggressive head banging or jumping around. It is darker, brooding lounge music. It seems like the type of thing an ancient Mayan civilisation would chant around a campfire in the middle of the night.

It was developed similarly to Peeping Tom's release, with the artist recruiting different producers for each track to give it sort of a pop quality. But it gives off a more atmospheric sense and not a single laden album like Peeping Tom.

I love how the title has parted the audience and tested public censorship. It pushes away the people who like bands based on face value. While also being an intentional thorn in the music industry's side. Names, labels etc is inconsequential to the music itself - which in this case is incredibly original and dark with a definitely playful chilling groove. It is brilliant and my second favourite release of the year. Behind Anonymous by Tomahawk.
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Is Milla Jovovich really in this band??
Not sure if she's on this CD, but she definitely does a track with Maynard (and others) on the original Underworld's soundtrack, as well as a track by herself on the same CD.
Oct 30, 2007 by J. Hoffman |  See all 4 posts
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I'm guessing this one is either the "digital" version (ie downloadable from Amazon) or the "digipak" version (when the cd is packaged in an envelope-type case instead of a jewel case.) Maybe I should get both?
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