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Friday, June 12, 2015

Boris: Vein

BORIS: VEIN (2006)

1) Untitled (part 1); 2) Untitled (part 2).

Noise.

More noise.

A Russian quote from Stalker.

Even more noise.

Drums and noise.

Sixty-three minutes.

Sucks.

Thumbs down.

Blessed silence.

17 comments:

  1. My friend, you have the patience of a deaf man.

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  2. Mark Prindle would be proud. :'-)

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  3. finally a starostin review i could have read through!

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  4. You haven't beaten Tony Miles yet.

    http://www.chessedinburgh.co.uk/chandlerarticle.php?ChandID=16

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    1. How you write 500 pages about chess moves is beyond me. But then, I play checkers:)

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  5. You should review Spinal Tap's Shark Sandwich.

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  6. It will actually be a two-word review...

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  7. The most fun review you've done since your original review of Bad Company's "Dangerous Age". Glad you tell it like it is when it comes to "art" like this.

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  8. beating the minimalists at their own game, eh? heh

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  9. With so many comments I expected the question which version this was. There was a "Punk Vein" which I did enjoy.

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    1. "Sixty-three minutes" means that he heard both.

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  10. The real question here is, which is worse, this or Calling All Stations?

    Enquiring minds want to know!

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  11. "Calling All Stations" at least had songs -- awful songs, but songs nonetheless. This was just an hour of noise.

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  14. Besides, Calling All Stations wasn't even the worst-rated album on the original site. Rod Stewart's Camouflage, anyone?

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    1. Relative to an artist it was -- that was his only zero review (Camouflage got a 1)

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