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Eve 6

Horrorscope

RS: 2.5of 5 Stars Average User Rating: 5of 5 Stars

2000

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Eve 6's pop comes pumped up in the high-Gatorade style of athletic guitar punk. Gnarly tales, confessions and observations about how "real life plays tricks on the brain," courtesy of extroverted leadman Max Collins, sprint through the Los Angeles trio's Horrorscope. It's an almost perfectly consistent follow-up to the band's successful 1998 debut - perhaps a tad too consistent. After strong openers like "Rescue," built around a fast, metallic rhythm track, and "Promise," which looses a big, riffy chorus, Horrorscope sounds a little same-y. Still, Eve 6's pop-punk professionalism has produced a decent second album and could well pave the way for a richer third one. (RS 846)


JAMES HUNTER



(Posted: Aug, 3 2000)

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