|1. Warm Machine|
|2. Jesus Online|
|3. The Chemicals Between Us|
|4. English Fire|
|6. 40 Miles From the Sun|
|8. The Disease of the Dancing Cats|
|9. Altered States|
|10. Dead Meat|
|11. Letting the Cables Sleep|
Alongside Foo Fighters and the youthful Irish four-piece Ash, Bush are latter-day grunge's standard-bearers. And, although the quartet may be critically derided, they didn't get to sell more than 15 million copies of their previous records (mostly in the US) by listening to the press--or, indeed, making any sudden musical changes. So Science of Things is basically Razorblade Suitcase part 2, albeit a little more refined, melodic, and polished. And, although there are no instant megahits like "Swallowed" here, Rossdale's throaty Cobain-influenced rasp on songs like the downbeat "The Chemicals Between Us" and "Prizefighter", coupled with Pulsford's meaty, chunky guitar sound, means that there's more than enough here to keep the fans happy. --Everett True
I got this mostly for the single chemicals between us.
It is still growing on me.
The first track on the album is a good grabber. Read more
Bush either hits a home run or strikes out. They have some outstanding songs, but too often they miss to be considered one of the best 90's bands. Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2011 by shesaidsqueezemylemon
Althoug a commercially sucessful band, Bush were never one of the most innovative or creative groups around. Read morePublished on Feb. 16 2004 by gonn1000
I just picked this one up the other day and its ok. Sixteen stone was obviously there best but this one is still classic Bush. I suggest picking up 2002's Golden State from them. Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2004 by E. Waynert
who cares if they used a little bit of synthesizer effects in this album? i still think its a fantastic solid album and a great follow up to razorblade. Read morePublished on Jan. 30 2004 by Robert George Fleming Jr.
This album truly deserves all the critiscm it gets. For it is a vast step down for bush. The critics have shunned it, record stores have taken it off shelves, and I don't blame... Read morePublished on Jan. 26 2003 by Nick Longworth
Bush is indeed known for their catchy grunge melodies but this album (their fourth one) does contain a little more... Read morePublished on Nov. 14 2002 by Insulin Junkie
First of all this album is what you get when your A Grunge/Alternative band trying to experiment in the 20th century I thought it would be more electronic than it is. Read morePublished on Sept. 15 2002 by Justin Mercer