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Name:Down A Bustle In Your Hedgerow 2002 256 kbps [METAL SUPERGROUP][

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 Down - A Bustle In Your Hedgerow.nfo

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 Down - A Bustle In Your Hedgerow.sfv

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 14 Dog Tired.mp3

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 15 Landing On The Mountains Of Meggi.mp3

18.96 MB

 11 The Seed.mp3

7.97 MB

 12 Lies, I Don't Know What They Say.mp3

11.65 MB

 13 Flambeaux's Jamming With St. Aug.mp3

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 08 Where I'm Going.mp3

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 09 Doobinterlude.mp3

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 10 New Orleans Is A Dying Whore.mp3

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 06 Learn From This Mistake.mp3

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 07 Beautifully Depressed.mp3

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 03 The Man That Follows Hell.mp3

8.34 MB

 04 Stained Glass Cross.mp3

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 05 Ghosts Along The Mississippi.mp3

9.36 MB

 01 Lysergik Funeral Procession.mp3

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 02 There's Something On My Side.mp3

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Down \ A Bustle In Your Hedgerow (2002) ***



..:CD Info:..


Artists ... Down

Album ... A Bustle In Your Hedgerow

Release Date ... 03 / 26 / 02

Genre ... Stoner/Sludge Metal / Heavy Metal

[Review]


"I do one thing/I do it well," Philip Anselmo hoarsely screams
to start the "Symptom of the Universe"-inspired "The Man That
Follows Hell," but the fact is he's sorely mistaken on one
count. The erstwhile Pantera prowler does a heck of a lot more
than only one thing, as evidenced by his numerous side projects,
of which Down is the most prominent. As for doing it well -- not
to say that the long-awaited sophomore disc is a waste of time,
but Down II lacks the precision punch of NOLA. Perhaps that's the
fault of the debut, which saw the supergroup supersede even the
lofty expectations brought about by the pedigree, but even on its
own, the second outing suffers from way too much Black Sabbath
meets Black Oak (and not nearly enough Black Flag), which wouldn't
in and of itself be a bad thing necessarily, except for the one-
dimensional portrayal of said influences. The blame, oddly enough,
doesn't belong to Anselmo. Even though the mouthpiece is the most
prominent, his pipes generally show the range that has allowed the
New Orleans native to reach demigod status among metal aficionados,
gutturally blasting out tortured-soul lyrics that all seem to address
his state of mind and body (legend has it the disc was recorded in a
rural Louisiana swamp under the influence of quite a few narcotics).
Pepper Keenan's shtick is a holdover from the last couple of Corrosion
of Conformity discs, and except for the fact that Anselmo is a much
better singer than Keenan and the material is far darker than he usually
takes his main project lyrically, much of Down II could have appeared on
a new Corrosion of Conformity album and few would have blinked an eye.
Which means his contribution to the music is great, but a push in terms
of the quality of said roughage. However, the rhythm section of Pantera
bass-mate Rex Brown (who replaced Todd Strange for this album) and Jim
Bower is the main failing. The thing that made Sabbath and the '70s
Southern rock legends great was having prominent rhythm sections that were
unique and able to stand on their own. These two are content to provide only
the basic, minimal amount of contributions, and merely providing a solid
backbeat is not enough to lift the disc from the doldrums. A few tracks stand
out, like the almost psychedelic "Beautifully Depressed," which revels in its
contradiction, and the closing "Landing on the Mountains of Meggido," a nearly
eight-minute epic which is reminiscent Led Zeppelin if they were truly evil and
didn't just play the part on TV. But too much of Down II is stuck in somewhat-
speedier-than-stoner rock mid-tempos that all run together to form an album that
doesn't go nowhere fast or somewhere slow, but just meanders without really ever
starting the journey.


..:Media Info:..


Audio Info ... 256 kbps CBR

Channels ... 44.100 kHz / 16 bit Stereo

Format ... MP3

# of Tracks ... 15

Covers ... Front


..:Other Notes:..


While not their most celebrated release (they average a CD
every 5-10 years) it certainly is an excellent addition to
the metal collection!

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