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Canada Songs

(Members Of As The Sun Sets)

Robotic Empire 29

Released on August 12, 2003

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Daughters burst forth, middle fingers raised, with an unreal debut full-length of ultra-brutal grind-influenced screaming chaos. These songs combine so much so quickly that it’s almost dizzying, but they somehow manage to hold it all together and still take it way up a notch. Immersed in a genre that’s dangerously close to total overkill, Daughters are actually making technical and chaotic music original again, flawlessly combining thunderous drums with inhumanly fast blasts, squealing high-pitched guitars (that can almost be mistaken for keyboards at times) and absolutely manic screams to create a new form of heavy music that’s simply beyond description. Necessary noise interludes allow the listener to catch their breath before the cacophony continues, with breakdowns so huge that it’s amazing the studio didn't collapse when the album was recorded. This all may sound like a bunch of grandiose hype, but we’re dead serious... this album is absolutely amazing and could shake the foundation of heavy music as we know it.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Fur Beach Voted #3  16%
2 Jones, From Indiana  8%
3 I Slept With The Daughters And All I Got Was This Lousy Song Written Abo...  4%
4 ...And Then The Chuds Came  13%
5 Mike Morowitz, The Fantasy Fuck  5%
6 Nurse, Would You Please Prep The Patient For Sexual Doctor Voted #1  24%
7 I Don't Give A Shit About Wood, I'm Not A Chemist  7%
8 Pants Meet Shit  4%
9 Damn Those Bloodsuckers And Their Good Qualities  3%
10 The Ghost With The Most Voted #2  17%
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Wes from Garrett, IN 
Jul 21 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Schizophrenic Screamo/Grind/No-Wave/Noise-InsanityCore. I've owned this one since it came out like 8 years ago but bought another copy to give to someone for their birthday. This album rules...a descent into WEIRD madness... The perfect soundtrack for getting a running start and smashing a Wildebeast's front teeth out with a marble ashtray !!!

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Tim from Sellersville, PA 
Jun 24 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The first time I heard Daughters was on there second full-length "Hell Songs." I thought they were just a mediocre band until I heard this. Composed of short, chaotic, spazzy, complex, technical grind, it sucks you in and doesn't let go.

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Barry from Clevedon, United Kingdom 
Apr 29 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars big mindfuck of a record, which is probably a good thing. I'm not really much of an authority on grindcore/thrash/whatever, but it sounds like these guys are doing something different to the rest of the pack, and it works great. One review I read described the sound of the guitars as like the soundtrack to an exponential graph, which is surprisingly accurate!

Definitely worth checking out for fans of grindcore or anyone looking for something new to listen to. It's extremely short length (11 mins) may be a problem to some, however it just means you have more time to listen to it again!

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Tony from Farmington, MN 
Nov 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is a completly different trip...It contains pure chaos that is intricitly held together by dums..with offset tuning, extremly unique and unique guitar and bass lines the only thing this cd is missing is a little extra boost on the vocals but still a great buy and well worth the money..and if you get a chance check this guys out of the craziest shows ive ever been to..

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Christine from Woodridge, IL 
Sep 9 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

It's a pretty good CD. Very fast-paced, chaotic, and heavy. What I mean by fast-paced is the fact that the CD is only 11 minutes long. I think the longest song on there is 1 minute and 25 seconds. But I just put it on repeat and it seems like the CD goes on forever, which isn't a bad thing! Anyway, I recommend this band to those who like The Number 12 Looks Like You. And to those who can shell out $9.25 for 11 minutes. =)

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Irene from Waldwick, NJ 
Aug 17 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this was one of the most amazing cd i have ever heard buy this cd!! it has great vocals the scream is amazing so any1 who likes the #12 or some girls should buy this cd.

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William from Apo, AE 
Jun 23 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is a pretty decent grindcore album. But that is all it is, decent. I have had this cd since it's release and after a few weeks of play it became a graveyard shift security guard in charge of the person safety and well-being of my dust bunnies. Not bad, just not a staple in it's genre.

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Matthew from Science Hill, KY 
Mar 31 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great cd. Alot of screaming, guitar attacks going crazy, drum beats that are unbelievable, and bass lines that are great. If you like The Great Redneck Hope or Ed Gein definitley buy this album. 11 minutes of chaotic fury.

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Jeff from Davenport, IA 
Jan 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

best eleven minutes ever spent was listening to this album. crazy...spazzy, amazing. i loved this and so would you. buy buy buy..... invest in sweet music

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Patrick from West Des Moines, IA 
Nov 15 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I think this is the craziest spazcore band I've ever heard.Their lyrics are like poetry, so sincere.I first heard of this band on a comp. disc. that my brother let me listen to.Then I saw them on the Hellfest Vol.3 DVD and that was what sealed the deal.The music is just so fuckin' good.The one complaint I have, you can't understand what the singer is screaming, so you can't read the lyrics along with the music.But, thats o.k.They make up for it by being totally kick ass.I give them Five and so should you.

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