Music hath charms …

Enough to Know Better, by Tusk

But this band doesn’t. Despite the peaceful image on the cover, Tusk plays loud, violent, atonal, and profane screeds. It’s hard to make out the lyrics, which are screamed by an adenoidal teenager with a grammar impediment, but the theme of the album appears to be “Environment good, technology bad,” which seems incongruous, given the amount of amplification they use.

I know people who enjoy “death metal” music, and even they think this album has no merit other than volume.

Recommendation: don’t buy it.

I picked up this meme from David J. Here are the rules:

How to Play:
Go to – The first article title on the page is the name of your band.

Click – The last four words of the very last quote is the title of your album.

Visit – The third picture, no matter what it is, will be your album cover.

Use your graphics program of choice to throw them together, and post the result. And then ask someone else to play.

I’m not sure how many people read this site, but if you want to play, go ahead. Send a link to David; he’s rounding up the responses.

I didn’t think to save the random links I got, but the band name came from here, and the full quote was by anonymous: “Nobody knows how old the human race is, but they all agree that it’s old enough to know better.”

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