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God Doesn't Care album for sale by Instruction was released Aug 24, 2004 on the Geffen label. If you're deep into hard rock, you might remember when the band Warrior Soul urgently and rebelliously popped up in the '90s and promised to rescue rock & roll, bringing it back to the days when guitars still ran wild. God Doesn't Care buy CD music It never happened. God Doesn't Care songs Record buyers wanted a tighter nihilism, Nirvana-style. There's a whiff of that around God Doesn't Care, the huge and threatening-to-go-ponderous-any-minute debut by Instruction. ...See Full Description
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||Errortype have moved on! and I like what I hear!|
There is not 1 song on this album that I don't like! But then saying that, I don't think I've heard 'any' Instruction. song I don't like! :) Admittedly, the album pails in comparison to seeing them live(hence the 4 stars instead of 5). In all respect it's a great album. a definate must-buy for all fans! Can't wait to see them live, but until then this album, along with their other releases (The Great EP, and The Rise Up EP) will keep me going! Damn you Americans are lucky!!! ~M~ x~x
By Mari (London, UK)
||What a great CD!|
What's good about it? Instruction employs an old rock standard on “Great”; faded guitars leading into a full fledge wall of sound. It a boastful song about that brags you’re nothing, and they’re great (well, not you specifically). Meaty riffs can be found on “Lean on You”. The verses accentuate the vocals and push the rhythm into the backround. Errie, distant vocals over electronic drum beats are prominent on “Are You Happy”. I can hear a little Sevendust on this track. The vocals take a melodic turn on “I’m Dead”. Even the guitar solo has a melodic flow to it. This could be a strong radio track. A chunky bass line dualing with the same guitar line starts off “Breakdown”. The pitch level of the vocals is raised a bit, which makes for a powerful chorus section. A little Middle Eastern flare is added to the fret work on “Feed the Culture”, while a bluesy hook controls “Your Punk Sucks”. The 7+ minute “God Doesn’t Care” starts off with an effective opening lick and builds to an intense chorus. Anything bad? No. Bottom Line What a great CD! Instruction come out of left field and hit a home run (sorry about the baseball referrence, but hey it's summer!). There style can be describes as straight rock rhytms mixed with indutrial style vocals. Prong and Sevendust come to mind. Be mindful of the lyrics as well. Most of their songs contain political and social views we should all give some thought to.
By george (WWW.ROCKRAGE.COM)
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|CD Universe Part number||6762681|
|Release Date||Aug 24, 2004|
|Recording Time||46 minutes|
|Personnel||Adam Marino - bass guitar|
Joseph Grillo - vocals, guitar
Ti Kreck - drums
Tom Capone - guitar
Also: Bob Ezrin, Neel Hammond, Mark Robertson, Stephen Perkins, Vanessa Freebairn-Smith, Joey Klaparda, Gina Warnick, Matt O'Conner, Thokcham P.K. Singh
|Additional Info||Edited; Enhanced CD|
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