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Her Space Holiday - The Young Machines

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Her Space Holiday - The Young Machines
Record Label: Mush Records
Release Date: September 30, 2003
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04:08 AM on 07/23/10
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How does this record get only 8 points lower than that KoRn album you reviewed?
06:48 AM on 07/23/10
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One of my favorite albums. Completely agree with the comment about the lyrical content being "clever". Tech Romance, for example, has ridiculously clever lyrics.

I think I speak for the majority of the world when I say that I wish Mark would return to his more electronic ways, as this stripped-down folk stuff from the past few years has been sub-par, at best.
07:19 AM on 07/23/10
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One of my favorite albums.
10:41 AM on 07/23/10
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love love love this album
11:49 AM on 07/23/10
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How does this record get only 8 points lower than that KoRn album you reviewed?

because i felt that korn did much more in the genre they're in than HSH does. i love HSH a lot, but if it wasn't for his lyrics, his music would be bland. korn on the other hand musically excelled with awesome funk/metal grooves, a vocalist who has a huge range and recorded without any pitch correction and editing, etc. and critically korn's album just so happened to mostly get very good scores, so medicore scores, but no bad ones. The Young Machines actually has completely lower reviews than korn's album (even by the same critics)

don't get me wrong, i love HSH, but they're hard to compare when they're not only in different genres obviously, but completely different approaches to music
11:52 AM on 07/23/10
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One of my favorite albums. Completely agree with the comment about the lyrical content being "clever". Tech Romance, for example, has ridiculously clever lyrics.

I think I speak for the majority of the world when I say that I wish Mark would return to his more electronic ways, as this stripped-down folk stuff from the past few years has been sub-par, at best.

competely agree. i actually reviewed this in favor over his newer stuff so i could give him positive attention
12:50 AM on 07/27/10
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sleepy california is one of my all-time favorite songs
08:33 AM on 07/27/10
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sleepy california is one of my all-time favorite songs

i've been pretty addicted to that song lately actually

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