Listening to the album one thing stuck out about it. There was little to no digital remastering done on any of the tracks. Every extra high or low pitch on the original song was in this album. Although I believe they could have stood a bit of volume and warble fixing on a few of the tracks it was entirely for the fans. I would guess that they had this in mind when they decided not to monkey with the original recordings. Reviewing this album was more of a pleasure than a task. It is definitely going to be one of my favorites for a while.
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It's been a gloomy month here in the office. The death of the guitarist and singer of Dude Guyz Rad, Kirby C, is the reason behind the black bile. His smile and positive nature lives on in our hearts.
This critical loss has brought every band to be really unproductive during this summer. Despite this hindered stated that grief has left the entire label in, Trash Face will soon be able to release "Super Saiyan". The time to mourn is now over. There is no need to stay behind and cry as life moves on laughing. Enjoy Trash Face.
Hold back the tears and move on.