Dopers out of 10.
It's an interesting painting, but I can't quite tell which guy is supposed
to be which and Skid covered up the best parts of the chicks. I am only
going to deduct 2 points for this because I think it is safe to say
none of them actually saw a chick naked until they were rock stars.
Had they been a better looking band, I would have had to deduct 8 points,
(one per nipple) but seeing as Jizzy was the sole hottie, I feel sympathy
for their plight.
Mary Janes out of 10.
This is an ideal booklet, the lyrics are in it, there isn't an excessive
amount of thank you's and ass kissing inside, and there is that cute
pic of them against the brick wall.
Blackouts out of 10.
This is Love/Hate's strongest album, the production is great, (even
tho Jizzy claims that Tom Werman got $75,000 for doing nothing) the
songs are clever and they all sound amazing. This is the album that
really defines Love/Hate's sound. They lose one point for their incessant
drug references and shameless attempts to get laid via sexy lyrics.
Comments: I think
you can really hear the guys energy and vibe on this CD. Whether it
was a true love of playing music, or them just wanting to get more pussy
and move into a building that wasn't condemned, it worked for them.
Everytime I hear it, I wanna light a joint and fuck the lead singer
silly, and isn't that the goal of every rock album?