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Captain Cleanoff - s/t (2,5/10) - Australia - 2002

Genre: Grindcore / Hardcore
Label: No Escape
Playing time: 13:19
Band homepage: Captain Cleanoff

Tracklist:

  1. Chemical Imbalance
  2. Scatfest
  3. Adidas
  4. Highschool-Slaughter-Epidemic
  5. Uni Wanker
  6. Cracked Skull
  7. Air
  8. Excess Baggage
  9. Rotting
  10. Girth Crisis
  11. A.O.D.
Captain Cleanoff - s/t
CAPTAIN CLEANOFF is a mix of Hardcore/Punk with Grindcore, with evil grunts and high-pitched screams, and the 11 songs on their s/t album are all packed in a marvellous duration of 13 minutes.

Some of my conclusions:

This CD is way too short. Especially when 2 minutes are wasted with samples.

The second conclusion is that I really really hate fake grunts that make no sense than to sound evil.

Thirdly, if you try to sing higher than Dani Filth there are official no signs of masculinity left. And it sounds lame!

Number 4, I really don't like Hardcore/Punk!

Finally, CAPTAIN CLEANOFF is much better of with a person that can live with these things. They say good things don't last, and it's true according to this album. A half minute of interesting music is not even satisfying for a 13 minute disc. (Online November 19, 2002)

Vincent Portegijs



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