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Cinemechanica

Martial Arts

Hello Sir 10

Released on May 30, 2006

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"CINEMECHANICA believes in dueling guitars, and by believe I mean talk about it, critique it, and collectively lose our shit over it. Cinemechanica believes in work ethic and in not accepting the first, obvious solution to a songwriting quandary. Cinemechanica is burned out on the same three tepid indie rock beats you're burned out on. Furthermore, four years running and Cinemechanica will still wtfpwn (sic) your house party. Above all, Cinemechanica understands the necessity of bringing the motherfuckin' hooks. We get saddled with the lazy 'mathrock' classification frequently enough to warrant its mention. Although we have the utmost appreciation for Don Cab, Drive Like Jehu and Faraquet, we are students of the game enough to realize that what makes each of those bands worthy of complete catalog memorization is that each, in its time, carved out its own signature style of hooks and had its own singular voice; a voice that captivated fans as much for its uniqueness as for the insight it gave into its authors. We hope our voice, in turn, reflects our belief that getting your face melted at a rock show is timeless."

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Yen  0%
2 Antsinjapants  0%
3 Brain Tarp Voted #3  17%
4 I'm Tired Of Paul Mccartney  0%
5 Take Me To The Hospital  0%
6 Get Outta Here Hitler Voted #1  50%
7 Ruins Of Karnar  0%
8 Bruckheimer Voted #2  33%
9 Orlandu  0%
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Reidar from København S., Denmark 
Jul 18 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is one of the greatest bands ever. I saw Cinemechanica early this year in Copenhagen, Denmark. The got fast guitar, cool lyrics, math drums. Buy this album, you woun´t regreat.

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Alex from Ionia, MI 
Mar 28 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The beginning of this cd is intense. Really great stuff. It kind of slows down toward the end. The fast crazy guitar work and vocals are gone on a few of the tracks at the end. The tracks are good, but kind of bore me after awhile. Overall its a great cd, but it could have been better had they come back at the end of the cd with 2 or 3 fast intense songs like the beginning to round it out.








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