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Charger: Confessions of a Man

Listening to Charger's Confessions of a Man (Mad Enough to Live Amongst Beasts) is a little bit like getting drunk. No, it's not the method that matters, it's the feeling that does. There's a dizzy feeling brought on by this record, a sense that if you can just climb a little bit higher things will get even better. (Though of course it doesn't necessarily matter whether you finally get there; you're enjoying the ride.) Check tracks such as "Ultra Violet Flyer" and "Pennies For The Soul" first, then plunge headlong into the rest.

Charger may very well be the heirs to the throne vacated by Soundgarden when they abandoned their original sound for the more commercial terrain of Badmotorfinger. This is noisy, this is loud, this is rude and it's yours.

Added: July 5th 2003
Reviewer: Jedd Beaudoin
Related Link: Charger Official Site
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Language: english

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