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8 out of 10
I have been waiting a long time for this single. A long time. So it was with great anticipation that I ran to the CD player when I opened the latest batch of Die Shellsuit review CDs. I was not disappointed. Scars On Broadway take the very best that System Of A Down had to offer, rip it all apart and ram it back together with a sense of excitement and intensity that Serj Tankien can only dream of. Don't get me wrong, his offering was pretty good too, but Scars On Broadway have it all. Influenced by such diverse artists as Neil Young, The Kinks and The Beatles, the album contains electro fuelled new wave gems such as "Cute Machines" and the brilliantly whacked out Zappa-esque rocker "Chemicals".
Staying true to their ideological roots, Scars On Broadway have produced something thoroughly decent and lucky gig-goers will get the opportunity to experience these guys live this September in the UK.
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