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Friction: Hours of Operation: Discography 1991-1994Hours of Operation: Discography 1991-1994 (2002)
Reviewer Rating: 2.5
Contributed by: MeganMegan
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I have nothing to say about this double-disc release. Friction was incapable of evoking any emotion from me. This is not to say that I disliked it, but I can’t really say I enjoyed it either. The sound on “Hours of Operation: Discography 1991-1994” was repetitive and anticlimactic. Although the success Friction achieved at such a young age is impressive and displays a musical maturity beyond the band’s collective teenage years, it doesn’t seem to warrant a complete discography. Friction is clearly the bottom step in Bob Nanna’s career ladder which he climbed to Braid and then Hey Mercedes. With this in mind, I find it hard to believe that an individual would buy this CD without previously being a fan of Braid or Hey Mercedes.
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