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Darkest Days

by Stabbing Westward

Darkest Days by Stabbing Westward

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Darkest Days

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Label: Columbia
Though frequently dismissed (along with Gravity Kills -- remember them?) as mere Nine Inch Nails bandwagon-jumpers, this Chicago foursome actually had a knack for crossing high-grade hair metal (say, Bang Tango) with high-grade techno pop (say, Depeche Mode) in a way that occasionally snuck squeezed-down Zep twists and turns between the decadent whisper parts. Knob-twiddling stretched the roil rhythmically, and neurotically self-analytical catch-phrases emerged as tangible hooks.

About This Album

Though frequently dismissed (along with Gravity Kills -- remember them?) as mere Nine Inch Nails bandwagon-jumpers, this Chicago foursome actually had a knack for crossing high-grade hair metal (say, Bang Tango) with high-grade techno pop (say, Depeche Mode) in a way that occasionally snuck squeezed-down Zep twists and turns between the decadent whisper parts. Knob-twiddling stretched the roil rhythmically, and neurotically self-analytical catch-phrases emerged as tangible hooks.

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About This Album

Though frequently dismissed (along with Gravity Kills -- remember them?) as mere Nine Inch Nails bandwagon-jumpers, this Chicago foursome actually had a knack for crossing high-grade hair metal (say, Bang Tango) with high-grade techno pop (say, Depeche Mode) in a way that occasionally snuck squeezed-down Zep twists and turns between the decadent whisper parts. Knob-twiddling stretched the roil rhythmically, and neurotically self-analytical catch-phrases emerged as tangible hooks.