Unfortunate Snort

Unfortunate Snort Type: Full CD
Publisher: Bucktan
Published in: 2002

Ok, so to begin, Pinkly Smooth is a band that broke up awhile ago, it split in half and formed two bands, Avenged Sevenfold and Ballistico. But anywho, the cd begins with Necromance Theatre, this song has a crazy intro leaving you wanting more. You can definetly feel the Avenged Sevenfold presence in the music, but this is way crazier. This takes more risks in style of the music, and the way the song is shaped. Around five minutes or so, it takes a change and breaks into a slow point, and I mean slow, with some powerful lyrics to back up a powerful meaning. Grand. The next song is Mezmer, opening with a wicked guitar solo. This song goes into guitars and musical aspects that aren't really catchy...but for some reason...amazing... You'll walk around singing the haunting lyrics of this song for hours before you know it. After being pelted with growling and screams you end with a piano, the transition makes you want to cry. Perfect. The next song is Nosferato Does A Hefty Dance, this is personally my favorte song. Piano Intro, with choral vocals backed through the whole song. Moving into a fast double beat fell, captavating all senses. Then a quick visit to Hell to conquer all there, and this songs wins. Best song ever made. The next one is Pixal And Nasal, this song is maybe in some sort of blues key, and stays on upbeats with catchy riffs, the ending then changings into Jazz/Blues and ends with crazy solos. Blown away at musicallity. Now it's The Body Of Death Of The Man With The Body OF Death. Long title, this song doesn't do anything to geat in the begining. It's good, but not as good as the others, until it gets to about three minutes in, where it doubles down on the beats and it has noise and random crap everywhere, then picks back up into a guitar solo with more growls and howling and the fast pace stuff we all love. Amazing. Then finally McFly, If these guys had a song that would be put on a generic rock station...this wouldn't be put on there. This song stays the same style you would find from Pinkly Smooth. As you listen to the song you get carried away with the song, until suddenly it explodes into fast pace, drunken, singing. Yes, I said Drunken, well, that's how I think it is. Anywho, this song kicked ass, and also this CD kicked ass. If you have a respect and interest in musically and enjoy metal and rock, this is definatly a CD for you. If you enjoy Avenged Sevenfold, you might like this one. That's it.-matt

Tracks:
1.   Necromance Theatre (Submit new Lyrics)
2.   Mezmer (Submit new Lyrics)
3.   Nosferatu Does a Hefty Dance (Submit new Lyrics)
4.   Pixel & Nasal (Submit new Lyrics)
5.   Body of Death of the Man With the Body of Death (Submit new Lyrics)
6.   McFly (Submit new Lyrics)
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Anonymous Mon 16 Jun, 2008 3:36 am

To start, Pinkly smooth is a side project for A7X and Ballistico. Having said that, I'm gonna say one thing in comparison to the bands in question: completely...different...

Okay, having said that, this is a great album. With the vocal stylings of Jimmy Sullivan (A7X's "Rev"), the amazing guitar playing done by Brian Hayner Jr. (A7X's "Synyster Gates") and Ballistico's El Diablo on bass and Super Loop on Drums/Percussion, this is an amazing and, quiet frankly, risky experiment. This album hits you, and hard. With insanely incoherent screaming done with Jimmy's...strange...vocals and the weird style of music behind it, this band was one of a kind.

Starting with the heavy Necromance Theatre, the metal influence is apparant. In "Mezmer", the music gets a bit more insane, as it progressively adds on more sounds and screams. "Nosferatu Does a Hefty Dance" Slows things down a bit with a dark and menacing piano intro followed up by unbelieveable music. Then "Pixel & Nasal" kick you in the throat from the start, only to (kind of randomly) end in a country-style redneck ho down.
"The Body of Death of the Man with the Body of Death" is a dark, yet fast paced and fun song. It changes between two VERY contrasting moods rapidly and fluidly. And ending on a slow, but perfect note, "McFly" wraps the album up, but leaves you wanting more...More Pinkly Smooth to listen to.

After listening to this album just ONCE, the 6 tracks will get you hooked. Like cocaine, you'll keep coming back for more! I have to say, this is the GREATEST album I've ever had the pleasure to listen to and own. 16/10 XD

Anonymous Sun 13 May, 2007 11:51 pm

First off, Pinkly Smooth was a side project of Avenged Sevenfold and Ballistico.
This album has a sound of its own, with an offbeat guitar, and a piano that can set a dark mood.
The whole album is great, with songs like Mezmer, that have crazy guitar parts in them, and then
theres a song like Pixel and Nasel, that unexpectedly turns into a country-like ho-down and the end.

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