June 2008 Releases
New Blu-ray, CD, DVD, and PS3 releases for the month of June that seem interesting to me for one or more reasons.
Semi-Pro: Let's Get Sweaty Edition
Disturbed - Indestructable
- I didn't care for their last album very much. I'll still give this one a listen.
- 05/28: Meh. Better than their last one I guess. Seems like it should be a soundtrack to a video game starring the guy on the cover of the album.
- The guy is a pretty badass guitarist. I'll check this out.
- 05/28: It rocks pretty good, but then again I play guitar so I enjoy an instrumental album heavily based around the guitarist on occasion. Sounds to me like some riffs/solos are inspired by Petrucci, Tool, Cantrell, and others.
- 05/28: It's certainly Opeth and they come again with their great blend of singing vs. death metal vocals. Great guitar work. Good stuff.
Natural Born Killers
The Offspring - Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace
- Some of it rocks and there's some interesting lyrical content: "I don't know too much, but I know this: Shit is fucked up!", but overall, pretty meh.
Atmosphere - Sad Clown Bad Spring 12
- You should have already pre-ordered this.
- First solo album in years. DJ Green Lantern on production. I'll definitely check this out.
- 06/18: Just got it. I'll listen to it tomorrow.
- 06/19: I'm not black enough nor oppressed enough to enjoy this album.
- New B-O-B-B-Y-D-I-G-I-T-A-L. Dope! I can't wait to hear this
- 06/18: Got it the other day. I've only listened to it once so far and it's nothing special as far as I can tell.
- 06/19: I listened to it again and it's not bad, it's definitely RZA, I'm not sure if I want to pick it up yet or not though.
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