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Locust

Plague Soundscapes

Epitaph/Anti 866672

Released on June 24, 2003


$12.75

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Aided by Alex Newport's clean, confident production, this record crams 23 songs into just around the same amount of minutes -- piling unpredictable, split-second changes, blasts of 2-second-long space-riffs, and lupine screams onto spazzed-out keyboards that sound totally inhuman and strangely organic. It's nervy and sinuous and, above all else, uncomfortably apocalyptic -- which makes even more sense now, considering the temper of the times when it was recorded. Welcome to the beginning of the end. Here's your soundtrack.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 14 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Recyclable Body Fluids In Human Shape Voted #3  8%
2 Identity Exchange Program, Rectum Return Policy  4%
3 Solar Panel Asses  6%
4 Live From The Russian Compound Voted #1  17%
5 Earwax Halo Manufactured For The Champion In All Of Us  6%
6 Wet Dream War Machine  4%
7 Listen The Mighty Ear Is Here  6%
8 Who Wants A Dose Of The Clap?  0%
9 Teenage Mustache  4%
10 How To Become a Virgin  6%
11 Anything Jesus Does, I Can Do Better  7%
12 Late For A Double-Date With A Pile Of Atoms In The Watercloset  1%
13 File Under "Softcore Seizures"  5%
14 Practiced Hatred  3%
15 Pssst! Is That A Halfie In Your Pants?  6%
16 The Half-Eaten Sausage Would Like To See You In His Office Voted #2  9%
17 Pulling The Christmas Pig By The Wrong Pair Of Ears  8%
18 Can We Please Get Another Nail In The Coffin Of Culture Theft  0%
19 Your Mantel Disguised As A Psychic Sasquatch  0%
20 Twenty-Three Lubed-Up Schizophrenics With Delusions Of Grandeur  1%
21 Captain Gaydar It's Time To Wind Up Your Clock  0%
22 Priest With The Sexually Transmitted Disease, Get Out Of My Bed  0%
23 Pick-Up Truck Full Of Forty-Minutes  1%
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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Apr 4 2007 Rating: 2/5 Stars

The Locust have to be one of the most over-rated bands in music. yeah i get it, they're talented and one of the first bands to do the whole "Spaz, tech, grind" thing with annoying fucking vocals, but that doesn't mean they write good songs. I'll admit that I like New Erections. It was the first Locust cd i owned so I figured I would give their old stuff a chance again because it had been a while. Anyways, blah blah blah. If you're into early Blood Brothers (who are much better) or Artsy grind stuff that isn't really good then you'd probably like this. If you want to get into The Locust i'd suggest going with New Erections first.

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Robert from Brunswick, OH 
Feb 22 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Is it possible for the sound of the Locust to evolve ? Or maybe its just something different. The vocals aren't as high pitched and shrieky but the music has definitely grown. Sounds like an 1950's Sci-Fi B movie in control of the villians.

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Daniel from Salinas, CA 
Nov 4 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

fucking fast,exciting and great sounding,this album contains all of that allthough most of the songs are a minute or less this cd has 23 songs so that makes up for it,i would recommend Twenty-Three Lubed-Up Schizophrenics With Delusions Of Grandeur as the best snog on their but thats just my opinion but definately pick it up,bye!!!

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Keller from Greenwood, SC 
Apr 6 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great CD, fast and hard. Grind core at its finest. I love the lyrics. Definitley my favorite locust album yet.

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Adam from Temecula, CA 
Nov 30 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Locust, The Locust, The Locust. FUCK, one of the best fucking CDs in the world. This is my favorite LOCUST CD by far. If you like Electronic,Fast, Anti music you better by this CD. The Lyrics are amazing. Most the songs are under a minute long, but thats why they have 23 songs.

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Michael P. from Hagerstown, MD 
May 19 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Locust's best album, by far. If the production was lacking in their earlier releases, it's all made up for here. I'm fucking obsessed with this CD. Buy it, now.

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Ryan from Oelwein, IA 
Dec 10 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This has the best synth lines out of any Locust album. It's hurt by length and redundency. It still isn't bad though, but probably the worst Locust album.

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Patrick from West Des Moines, IA 
Dec 4 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Again I'm speechless.That doesn't happen too often.I think this is one of the most innovative albums in recent history.The best part are the keyboards.Most of this Spazcore being released lately is alway off beat and makes almost no sense.But it's still kick ass.The locust incorporate the carziest sounds into their music.It's the most unique part about them.The lyrics are so fuckin' funny, I lauged out loud when I first listened to it.I would recommend this cd to anyone.It is a must have for your hardcore collection.Also, if you enjoy this, you should try Some Girls "All My Friends Are Going Death" It's another land mark album for hardcore music and it has a member from The Locust.

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Sean from Colorado Springs, CO 
Dec 1 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This cd is pretty good, but its not as good as previews locust titles. The only problem I had with this cd is that there was to much bass. Besides that the vocals were wonderful and the lyrics where very intresesting. If you are just gonna start listening to the Locust, I recommend buying a earlier cd, like the self titled or follow the flock, step in shit.

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Ryan from Cedar Hill, MO 
Oct 9 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This CD was pretty much nonsense. I can't take this band seriously. At first, I liked the CD, but after a few listens, it gets very old. It's the same thing over and over again. I wouldn't waste money on this CD if I were you.

 
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