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Genghis Tron

Board Up The House


Released on February 19, 2008


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# Song Name Popularity
1 Board Up The House  0%
2 Endless Teeth  0%
3 Things Don't Look Good Voted #3  17%
4 Recursion  0%
5 I Won't Come Back Alive  0%
6 City On A Hill Voted #2  33%
7 The Whips Blow Back  0%
8 Colony Collapse Voted #1  50%
9 The Feast  0%
10 Ergot  0%
11 Relief  0%
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Nick from Astoria, NY 
Jan 30 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I gotta say, I'm not feelin' this one as much as their other ones. Most people seem to feel this band has gotten better with each release,and while they've definitely gotten more cohesive sounding, I feel this has actually been detrimental to their sound. I prefer the choppier, crazier, grindier, less cohesive sound of their debut e.p., or that of their second release, which seemed to better balance the insanity of "Cloak of Love" with what they later went on to do on this one. However, this album is still good, and I did/do enjoy listening to it. As interesting and creative as it may be, I still wish they'd return to the grind/techno thing and stop putting out 100 remixes of this one.

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