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Guttermouth: GustoGusto (2002)
Reviewer Rating: 1.5
Contributed by: AlucardXAlucardX
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Up until “Gusto”, I never once did not enjoy a Guttermouth LP. I thought “Covered With Ants” had its share of good stuff, even though it had a massive speed decrease from the last LPs. “Musical Monkey” and “Teri Yakimoto” are still their undisputed best, but now that Guttermouth has released “Gusto”, I can only stare in shock at how under whelming it is. There isn’t one song on here that I would go out of my to listen to again, or even one song that is even truly memorable. The cd is absolutely destroyed by filler tracks, and even the best tracks on the disc do little more than make you wonder how far Guttermouth has fallen. The disc isn’t very fast, its not very funny, or in that matter very offensive, and it really lacks much of a hook. Those were the things that gave the previous LPs (except maybe CWA) their appeal. Here, everything sounds dumb, uninspired, or just flat out annoying.
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