The Blamed - Isolated Incident

Tuesday 11th September 2001
The Blamed - Isolated Incident
The Blamed - Isolated Incident

STYLE: Hard Music
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 2002-2460
LABEL: Grrr GRD3536
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1

Reviewed by James Stafford

Ever changing, The Blamed have come up with something best described as progressive. Weighing in at just over 30 minutes, this is eclectic and experimental modern rock with their familiar elements of punk and hardcore. It has a melodic edge and yet the songs don't flow easily - therein lies the experimentation. The lyrics show a poetic, slightly cryptic bent, but some are quite clear, like "Our Bazaar World," examining our obsession with outward appearance and peer mentality. The Blamed are being artists experimenting with art, but whether this will be appreciated by many is questionable.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. At This Moment [Listen]
2. Social Calls [Listen]
3. To See You How You Are Seen [Listen]
4. Short Of A Miracle [Listen]
5. At Least We Have Each Other [Listen]
6. NxNW [Listen]
7. Our Bazaar World [Listen]
8. For Fifteen Bucks (And A Spot On The Floor) [Listen]
9. The Piano Is Playing Our Song [Listen]
10. The Bat Storm [Listen]
11. The Finest Of Society's Philanderers [Listen]
12. Talking Philosophy On The Streets Of Oslo [Listen]
13. Ch-Ch- What's Missing You Are [Listen]

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