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Milky Ways Review

by Mike Rapin

Time moves for a reason. The main reason being to keep things in the past and for everyone in the world to move to the future. Milky Ways has decided to take the bad part of the late 1960s and early 1970s and conjure their self titled debut.

The album is compiled of simple, bad sounding riffs and horrible vocals. At first, the sound is a bit intriguing, but as you listen further and further on, you can only wish for the sound to stop. I hate to say it, but the disgusting vocals puts off the CD. Instrumentally, it's not so bad, but damn! those vocals kill it every time.

One song on the CD gives a listener hope, thinking the morbid vocals might be gone. "Guillotine" brings up the CD with its change in vocals. It's like looking at a hear monitor that has been gone flat for 10 minutes, then it spikes a few times only to be crushed back to nil.

The slight change here and there in sound add a bit more to the vibe, but other than those small tid bits, there isn't much to be impress a listener with.

Track Listing:
1. Shattered
2. You Set My Mind On Fire
3. Got My Mojo Back
4. Guillotine
5. Lecherous Parasite
6. Where's My Baby
7. Wanna Be With You
8. Pretty Baby
9. Mary Blue
10. Tangled Up
11. I Want Trouble
12. Mindmelt

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Milky Ways

Label:Alive Records

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