We Couldn't Think Of A Title Review

artist: Psychostick date: 01/05/2007 category: compact discs
Psychostick: We Couldn't Think Of A Title
Release Date: Sep 12, 2006
Label: Rock Ridge Music
Genres: Comedy Rock, Indie Rock
Number Of Tracks: 20
A breath of fresh air has come to those who are tired of the typical angst and depression of most heavy rock and metal bands!
 Sound: 9
 Lyrics: 9
 Overall Impression: 9
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overall: 9
We Couldn't Think Of A Title Reviewed by: roarinflames, on january 05, 2007
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Sound: Not exactly a well known band, their album just hit stores a few months ago. Pretty cool sound with a good share of heavy riffs. Not bad drum work, and bass is pretty good too. The guitar work isn't amazing but is catchy, at that. Overall it is a pretty much garage based sound that isn't bad for a band that actually sounds pretty good. Pretty fun live shows as well. the best guitar work, I would have to say is on Pluh!, for the catchiest riff ever. // 9

Lyrics: The lyrics are great and funny in a way similar to System of A Down. Funny topics are brought up such as beater cars, maniacal girlfriends, beer (absolutely amazing), and even scrotal itching. In my opinion I think the lyrics are perfect for the music. The singer isn't really a great singer but if he were replaced it wouldn't be the same or as great as it is. // 9

Overall Impression: It's rather difficult to compare this band to other artists since not many artists do this sort of thing. If you like catchy hard rock/metal songs you should check this album out. Some great songs on the album are Beer!, Two-Ton Paperweight, Pluh!, Fake My Own Death And Go Platinum, and ABCDeath. I got a copy by word of mouth so if it were lost or stolen I would definitely go buy the actual thing. Pretty great album, for a low budget effort. // 9

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