January 04, 2019

Bush - Sixteen Stone (1994) ☠

*U.S. first pressing. Contains 12 tracks total. A photo of the disc is included in the RAR file.

Country: United Kingdom
Genre: Grunge
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☠: Selected by Lass
© 1994 Trauma/Interscope Records
AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Bush's grunge-by-the-numbers is certainly well produced. Under the guidance of Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley -- the kings of early-'80s British pop -- Bush turn in an album that follows all the rules and sounds of American hard rock, specifically Nirvana and Pearl Jam. Their songwriting isn't original, nor is it particularly catchy. What makes "Everything Zen" and "Little Things" memorable is the exact reproduction of all of Nirvana's trademarks, only with a more professional execution. In other words, all the guitars keep rhythm perfectly and Gavin Rossdale doesn't shred his throat when he sings, he projects from his diaphragm. As far as popcraftsmanship goes, it's actually quite impressive. It would be even more so if they had songs to accompany their sounds.

tags: bush, sixteen stone, 16, 1994, flac,

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