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We Sing the Body Electric

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  • Audio CD (24. März 2003)
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1
  • Label: Revelation (Cargo Records)
  • ASIN: B000085RRF
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Grade mal 8 Jahre alt und doch schon ein Klassiker. Dieses Album gibt es kein zweites Mal. Da gibt es keinen billigen Rip Off, keinen guten Rip Off.
Intro und 11 Songs die alles bieten. Nicht nur "hau drauf", sondern auch Atmo die tief greift....aber keine Angst: Hau drauf gibts auch und dass nicht zu knapp.
Einer der stärksten Outputs auf Revelation Records.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Since By Man 11. Juni 2012
Von Mr. L. Ferguson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
A great album which has strains of At The Drive In and other similar influences. Very diverse, each song being completely different in sound and essence.
3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
3.0 von 5 Sternen Good stuff. 18. Mai 2003
Von Scott Heisel - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This CD will rock you.
For about thirty-five minutes straight, this CD will rock you. Not once does Since By Man let up on this, their debut for Revelation Records. After 10 tracks [and one intro], you're let up for air, but just fast enough to press the "Play" button again.
Contained within this disc is some of the most innovative, just plain...hardcore the Midwest has ever cultivated. If I were to make some sloppy comparisons I'd say Since By Man falls somewhere in between the realm of a much heavier Thursday but a not nearly-as-technical Dillinger Escape Plan. What does this mean, exactly? Well, there's no [sissy] singing in their repertoire, but they can definitely bring the hooks to the table to combat their tricky guitar riffs. This CD is almost dancable, in a sense - I find myself convulsing in my chair more and more with each listen.
I'm not a big fan of hardcore music, but I know a winner when I hear one. Since By Man just may be your favorite hardcore album of 2003, if you're willing to trust 5 kids from Milwaukee to punch you in the gut and have you come back and ask for more.
And yeah, you'll be coming back for more.
4.0 von 5 Sternen listen 4. März 2003
Von Markus Garcia - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
We need more bands like this! We sing the body electric is a great effort from since by man. If you buy this you first be in awe of the great design the cd has and the lyrics they have penned. Pop the cd in your player and your confronted with a wall of energy. Since by Man plays a sassy brand of hardcore not found much in today's seen. They have a drummer that plays great and adds a danceable element that will get them compared to refused or at the drive in. They have a singer that has a screamy voice and singing voice that will get them compared to the swing kids or any screamy hardcore band from the swing kids era. Since by Man is not a copy cat band the comparisons to the other bands are hardly valid but do give you a feel of where their sound lies.
Since by Man offer a midwestern style of values and honesty not seen in many hardcore bands. There willingness to expirement has earned them the four stars I gave them. They would have earned five if they had kept the intensity up, it does die after the fith song. This is a great first full length and they do have an amazing live show.
Songs "Push the panic" and "light the fuse and get away" are the stand outs.
5.0 von 5 Sternen You Can't Go Wrong With This CD 21. Februar 2003
Von Ryan Goss - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
While the long review above does capture many good points, I believe it falls short in a few categories.
First, the good points I have to make. The album is nothing but impressive. SBM have taken there few years of experience touring and releasing three other indie releases and put to them to good use on this finely crafted piece of work. Tracks such as "Push The Panic" and "Parole En Liberta (which is also on a previous, now out-of-print, EP) definitely show the intensity the band has to offer. The slower tracks, such as "Watch The Fall" emphasize the diversity of the band. Another thing also worth mentioning is that the artwork was all done by the members of the band. Very cool.
The only thing I was disappointed in was that the bass drum and bass guitar seemed to be too quiet most of the disc. Especially on "A Kid Who Tells On Another Kid Is A Dead Kid" and "The Enemy," the recorded tracks don't capture the intensity of the live shows, which I love.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen the good is the enemy of the...cliche? 13. Februar 2003
Von Kindle Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
According to Alternative Press, Milwaukee's Since By Man is one of the 100 bands to keep an eye on in 2003. If "We Sing the Body Electric," SBM's recent Revelation Records release, is suppose to be a music benchmark, as AP would have us believe, then 2003 will be a truly middling year.
Since By Man has existed since 1999, and can be admired for their occasional devotion to underground ideals. Their live shows are covered in sweat, delirious decibels pushing people to dance. Singer Sam Macon cavorts and controls the stage like a young Mick Jagger, but instead of a blues man's howl, a Henry Rollins's growl.
At first, "We Sing the Body Electric" holds true to the promise of the Since By Man live set. The album starts strong with minor chord poetry attempts like a flame traveling down a fuse to quickly exploding into metal riffing and double picking, all on the down stroke. Tempo shifts easily settle in among vocal barked polemics.
For the first four songs or so, each hardcore cliché is brought out just long enough as to excite without boring, like the best sort of guests. When guitarists Justin Kay and Kevin Herwig aren't a tight chugging Marshall wall, they're playing cascading dissonant distortion walls against each other, and it works. Vibrato on two numbers works like a needed surprise, but could become played out if they aren't careful.
Macon's voice has an ever-so-slight twinge of fragility that keeps the songs from falling into the neo-machismo that mires so much hardcore music. Unlike most radio friendly production, the vocals are there in the trenches with the guitarists. The voice another instrument, as it should be.
The drumming done by Jon Kraft is solid and should be saluted for sometimes becoming downright danceable.
In these shining moments it's possible to see faint remembrances of At the Drive-In and Refused instead of their pale imitators that have taken up the hardcore agit-prop mantle, and at whose feet far too many soon-to-be-frustrated guitarists worship (I'm looking at you Sparta, Thursday and any band who spends more on tattoos and hair dye than they do drumsticks and guitar strings).
So far this could be an incredible EP, then you realize there are seven more tracks left and pour a shot of Pepsi in straight edge tribute to the desire to get through this intact.
As Bruce sang "Every thing dies, baby, that's a fact." And so to does "We Sing the Body Electric."
When Since By Man slows down the tempo all of the band's weaknesses are magnified. The guitarists seem content to play the same arpeggio on each song.
The only thing noteworthy about the bass is that you forget Bryan Jerabek is playing except to realize that the parts are either uninspired filler fluff, taking up space, holding things down, but transcending little more than a few bars on the bass clef, or they are buried like Caesar- deep in the mix. The main exception being on "The Enemy" where during a break, thin anemic bass picking causes chills in the less cynical.
The lyrics never grow as tall as leaves of grass, but at their best they're good, catchy phrases meant for fists to pump along too. The trouble is that- as they stretch out over the length of the album- you realize they are often t-shirt slogans dressed as songs, poetry as deep as Rod McKuen's, as thought out as the sophomoric rants of one who thinks Chomsky or Hannity is an expert on politics.
Since By Man's gravest sin on this plastic slab recording is a lack of emotional range. It's always anger, like a brooding cousin who only owns black shirts, and doesn't find life or Donald Barthelme funny.
Their anger is unimpressive.
When it's on, "We Sing the Body Electric" is as earnest as a pit bull. When everything slips, though, the album is as honest as a press release, as impassioned as a press release. The group needs to study the sincerity of subtlety, that bludgeoning hurts more if you pause between hits. Macon must learn to do more that just talk or scream. He must learn range, or how to make a whisper hurt.
Worth a few listens, but unlikely to be remembered in time, "We Sing the Body Electric" is a good album, not a great album. With some work maybe Since By Man can create something lasting.
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