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Audio Video Disco
Audio Video Disco
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Definitely not Cross, but most definitely Justice, October 24, 2011
This review is from: Audio Video Disco (Audio CD)
Before you read the negative reviews about this album, because I am sure there will be many, keep the following in mind: Most people who will have listened to this song will be EXPECTING the same songs from Cross. You have to listen to this album without dwelling on Justice's first album. Don't let that become a hang up. Also they probably listen through it once and then gripe about it rather than listening to it a couple times and really soaking it in. This is completely new material and at first I was taken aback and thought "Where's my Justice?" but the more I listened to it the more I could hear them.

Now on to my personal review. This album is a great synthesis of classic 70s rock and electronica. Truly a match made in heaven. You still get your great heavy synth parts that Justice is known for, but there is a lot lighter synth play in this album. They said their previous album was intended for night and this one is intended for day. It's fun and it's lively. It doesn't take itself too seriously. That being said there is still a lot of depth. Rather than relying on a bunch of samples they focus on melodic structures of rock songs. Seriously if you love ELO and bands like them you'll love this album.

I've been listening to it non-stop today already and I almost enjoy it more than their first album.

Give it a chance and enjoy this fun new direction. If you want the same old music over and over, listen to the same album. Don't complain about artists not progressing and sounding the same and then go crazy about it when they actually do.

Best songs: Helix, Civilization, Horsepower, and the hidden track at the end of Audio Video Disco. The album is worth that hidden track alone!
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Kamikaze Girls
Kamikaze Girls
DVD ~ Kyôko Fukada
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Movie!, August 16, 2006
This review is from: Kamikaze Girls (DVD)
As a film student I thoroughly enjoy watching movies that are more than cheap laughs and action jammed. This film is a terrific film that not only pleases the mind and heart with it's wonderful story, but also the eyes with it's amazing stylized feel.

A brilliant adaptation of a well known manga.


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