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Looking Through

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 21, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wormhole Records
  • ASIN: B0000DIZS2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #433,634 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
After the lack of promotion and effort put behind Professional Murder Music's long-delayed debut in 2001 (at least on the record label's part), PMM and Geffen records went their seperate ways, and a little over two years later, the band returns, just as strong as ever, with their second album, self-produced and self-released. Is the album good? The band hasn't missed a beat. Picking up where the first album left off, the band has taken it's own brand of industrial neo-metal to the next level. 'Looking Through' hits the ground running with the magnificent opener "Something New," which to me, is the highlight and defines the album. Roman's vocals soar over this disc just as powerfully as before; he has one of the most distinct voices in rock today. Tommy Lee makes a guest appearance on "Disconnect" (thankfully, he is behind the drum-set and not the mic) and Jason Miller of Godhead adds his vocals to "Don't Stop." The remix of "Something New," done by Buzz McCoy is pretty interesting and almost matches the intensity of the original. Just like Orgy's more recent self-release (one worth checking out if you dig this disc) this album is a mere nine tracks deep (excluding the remix) but gets the job done quickly and efficiently. Without the help of a major label, PMM seem to be doing just fine. Let's hope they survive and keep on making albums just as good as this and their debut. If you can find it, grab it.
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Let me start by saying that I did not enjoy this album in it's entirety. If you read my review of their self-titled debut album, you would know that I thought that one was a very solid album, without any filler tracks. PMM is an industrial alt-metal band. They have some similarities to bands like Godhead and Orgy. Now "Looking Through" has some very strong songs, don't get me wrong. The opener, "Something New", is probably worth buying the album for, as it is one of the best songs this genre has to offer.
Comparing it as a whole to their first album, it comes off as slightly weak when you consider that it sounds exactly like a continuation of the debut. The songs have hooks, but not as strong as the ones they wrote previously. When you make an album with less than 10 songs (the tenth song is a remix), it magnifies the importance of each song to the total piece of work. Half of the songs are really good, and half are weaker than anything on their debut. All in all, it was another above average album. I would still recommend this album based on that it still is strong compared to most other similar artists out there. But I would suggest getting their debut first, and if you like that, then hunt this one down.

3.5/5 Stars. Above average, some truly great songs.
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... in this band. like many others i first heard the song slow off of the 'end of days' sound track and immediately bought pmm's self-title album. upon one listen i bought their second. realizing that i wasn't that kind of an extemporaneous person i knew this band had a brilliant sound. although this album isn't as good as their first it is still a four and a half star album. if you enjoyed pmm's debut you should love this album in it's entirety.
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PMM sounds soo much better now.. The cd does only have like 10 songs and one is a remix, but still, those other nine songs are well worth it.. They did the right thing by switchin labels.. They still have their same ideal industrial sound, but something is different.. This cd was well worth the money and the wait..
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Professional Murder Music really came through with this album. After waiting for PMM to release a new album for what seemed to be a decade, I can't say I'm dissapointed. Looking Through is really great. This time around they released on their own lable, Wormhole Records. Although Looking Through is a bit lighter than the self-titled album, it retains the classic PMM sound. It opens with the excellent 'Something New' and doesn't let down. The heavy riffs and keyboards haven't left, and neither has the raw talent of the band. Vocalist Roman Marisak still sounds great. There are only two minor complaints I have about Looking Through:
The Album is too short. With only 10 tracks(one instrumental, one remix) it runs at a short 40 minutes. Thankfully it's good enough to play over and over
Although it has nothing to do with the music, Looking Through has the blandest packaging I have ever seen. The CD is plain black with band and album name. The leaflet has one band photo, the lyrics and credits and white on plain black.
This album is short, but very sweet. I hope to see PMM in concert in February.
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