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Disappear


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  • Audio CD (June 20 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nitro Records
  • ASIN: B00005K9XT
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #232,647 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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It's been 18 years since TSOL last released an album with Jack Grisham's Damned-like operatic sneer on vocals, and things haven't changed a bit on Disappear. Ron Emory is still blasting out hi-octane bursts of guitar. Mike Roche still loops his gothic-tinged bass round insanely catchy pop-punk numbers such as the anti-establishment "Anti-Cop" and gleeful hedonism of "Wasted". Dark humour and blazing drum-fills battle for pride of place, and over everything Jack sings like a Clockwork Orange-extra possessed. Listening in to this fiercely anachronistic, decidedly early 80s sound, it's almost as if the last two decades never existed and there's still a riot at every show this So Cal punk band plays. --Everett True

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By Matt on Sept. 18 2001
Format: Audio CD
I got into TSOL a little while ago and I love "Dance With Me" and "Weathered Statues/TSOL EP". But TSOL has changed so much...maybe its their age. The thing that hurts the most is Jack's voice. He had such a great voice in the older days, it was a deeper booming voice that I've grown to love with songs like "Code Blue", "Silent Scream", "Abolish Government" and the rest. Even in the album "Beneath the Shadows", a wild departure musically, his voice was great. But in "Disappear" all he does is sing high. Most of the songs lack that TSOL flavor. Its really sad, but I still like this album. The guitars are incredible on it. Its just the lyrics and vocals aren't up to par. Needless to say, if you're a TSOL fan you'll appreciate this album as I do, but you'll love their much older stuff.
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By JP on July 16 2001
Format: Audio CD
TSOL has gone through numerous changes, at one point containing no original members. They've gone from old-school punk in the early 80s to metal in the late 80s. In Disappear three of the original four members, including singer Grisham, return to bring with them some of that old-school punk flavor that made them icons in the first place. I recommend buying this album, if not for the great music, for the financial support of a couple of aging punk icons.
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Format: Audio CD
I've been going to TSOL shows, since back in the dey, and now with this new album(disc), it sounds as if they never skipped a beat. (The only faultering period was when they strayed and went glam/metal) "Disappear" has been in my cd player so much that there are now lasered grooves in the disc! Matt, the reviewer, ought to go see the band play live and then reasess his views. Later PUNX
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I've been going to TSOL shows, since back in the dey, and now with this new album(disc), it sounds as if they never skipped a beat. (The only faultering period was when they strayed and went glam/metal) "Disappear" has been in my cd player so much that there are now lasered grooves in the disc! Matt, the reviewer, ought to go see the band play live and then reasess his views. Later PUNX
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I've been going to TSOL shows, since back in the dey, and now with this new album(disc), it sounds as if they never skipped a beat. (The only faultering period was when they strayed and went glam/metal) "Disappear" has been in my cd player so much that there are now lasered grooves in the disc! Go see their live shows to greatly appreciate their albums. Later PUNX
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I've been going to TSOL shows, since back in the dey, and now with this new album(disc), it sounds as if they never skipped a beat. (The only faultering period was when they strayed and went glam/metal) "Disappear" has been in my cd player so much that there are now lasered grooves in the disc! Go see their live shows to greatly appreciate their albums. Later PUNX
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