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One Armed Scissor Single, Import

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
- Relationship Of Command - is going to blow up! Aug. 17 2000
By Joshua Alexander - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is a pre-cursor to the new album "Relationship of Command." These songs are amazing, as amazing as anything ATDI has done, but can not even begin to prepare you for the entirety of the amazing new album. Nothing for years to come will come even close to touching this masterpiece. Grand Royal is lucky they added this band to their stable now, because the heat is only starting. Pre-order now or miss out on the blaze... Relationship of Command 1. Arc Arsenal 2. Pattern Against User 3. One Armed Scissor 4. Sleepwalk Capsules 5. Invalid Litter Dept. 6. Mannequin Republic 7. Enfilade 8. Rolodex Propaganda 9. Quarantined 10. Cosmonaut 11. Non-zero Possibility
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
i don't like rock but... Dec 20 2000
By brad thornton - Published on
Format: Audio CD
this is a tight single. It makes me want to get the cd which is saying a lot considering most rock to me is absolutely horrific sounding. The vocals are crazy and the instruments go with them real well. This is the best rock song i've heard to me. It's a lot more creative than the rock people want to talk about you know that limp korn ish. That ish just gets on my nerves. If the cd's all this good than i'd say that it's worth getting.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Good, but a little different July 19 2000
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
One Armed Scissor sees ATDI play music with a more fevered pitch than their last release Vaya. The disc contains three songs from their upcoming CD and none or the songs have the familiar slow, chant along chourus that ATDI has become know for over their last two albums. However, the music has a hook and the lyrics are strong. One Armed Scissor has me eagerly awaiting the release of the full length CD.