The White Stripes – Get Behind Me Satan (2005) – Review

AKA Get Behind Me, Mr. Trump. Woah, Milo's doing another one. Sooner or later, my music reviews are gonna become more commonplace, so I'm going to have to think of a new way to start these, crap. As most bands go, The White Stripes are most definitely up there as my favourites. While the predominance…Read more The White Stripes – Get Behind Me Satan (2005) – Review

Killer Be Killed (Eponymous, 2014) Sub-Review

They Killers Be Killed, Me Hearty This be Reuben, matey. You know I said I'd do more album reviews in my Bedlam In Goliath Review, well, hopefully this is the start to more of them. I'll probably go through my music library a bit and review some of the best and worst bits of it, in…Read more Killer Be Killed (Eponymous, 2014) Sub-Review

Queens Of The Stone Age – Songs For The Deaf (2002) – Review

First It Giveth, And It Giveth Again And Again...   Milo here, treading carefully through the realm of CD reviews temporarily. As we've seen in the past with my woeful attempt at a Metric review, which I've since deleted in shame, I'm not the most talented when writing about music, or anything really, but that's…Read more Queens Of The Stone Age – Songs For The Deaf (2002) – Review

The Mars Volta – The Bedlam In Goliath (2008) Review

A Creepy Masterpiece - The Greatest Album of All Time I was away last week, until the Saturday just gone (this is Reuben, by the way). What came as great news to me was that there was one post up here in that time period. I was an unhappy lil' man. AGAIN. Oh well, eh? I'm…Read more The Mars Volta – The Bedlam In Goliath (2008) Review

Devin Townsend – Ziltoid the Omniscient (2007) Review

Today I noticed Milo was calling me Roobs, so I'm an unhappy lil' man. Also, he threw his shoe at my balls. I thought I needed to write a review, though. And I thought that should be a music review, because, OH MAN, I haven't done one since March! So here ya go. Devin Townsend is…Read more Devin Townsend – Ziltoid the Omniscient (2007) Review

Soundgarden – Superunknown (1994) Review

Chris Cornell has been involved in various things through the years, and before this point the only one of his projects I'd listened to was Audioslave. Admittedly, Audioslave is a fantastic one if any to start on; but based on how good Superunknown is I think it's got some competition. The album starts very strongly…Read more Soundgarden – Superunknown (1994) Review