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Yet I give Doug 4 stars - go figure. I guess I'm just holding him responsible to my perceived notion of what his optimum output is. Would also have liked to hear someone else playing the guitar solos. Really stepping out there and belting it out. Unfortuneately he still talks his way through a lot of verses. And if you need to test your subwoofer s - this is the record - unbelievable low end. Rise-n-Shine: Really creative use of answering machine.

Jumpin: Stay clear of the mosh pit baby - someone's gonna get hurt. Average increase in speed while listening to this tune driving - 40mph. Mind: Amazing, a chorus you don't want to stop. Oh My Soul: Groovy, with a noticably Gerry-like beat. Gerry Gaskill of King's X played drums on this entire project, Doug played everything else.

Rain: Dirgy, big-bottomed rocker. Cool chorus. Pineapple: Didn't feel any noticeable increase in my need for this particular fruit while listening. Would have liked to hear more singing and less talking. The miniscule use of harmonies feels like a tease.

A heavy talking verse with a great chorus. She: Very King's X-like. Pretty and sad at the same time. Someone: Cool tune. Really deep lyrically - Doug gets personal and digs. Smearing: A smart, almost poppy tune. Very sly. Atlanta: Big rocker. A song about another bad charachter ala "Friends". If not about his dad, then somebody's. A good example of Doug's openness. His performances are so good, he could be singing the phone book and you wouldn't care.

Yet this song's subject matter is so painful, it really makes you think differently and really appreciate Doug's ability to be so honest. The Will: Experimental interlude. Eventime: Good straight-ahead rocker. I have to start out by saying "Jumpin" is a freaking hit, its a great party song, and should be blasted from every fraternity house from here to Siam.

I think its interesting the dynamic that Dougie is creating here. On one hand, the album's called "Pineappleskunk" - you do the math, stoners - and you open up the gatefold to see Doug's nice-looking clown-face bong in a toy collage. On the other hand, the album is lovingly overproduced, the vocal harmonies are much tighter, and the tone of the album is more in tune with the devotional, searching lyrical themes that characterised early King's X than anything any of these guys have put out in over the last five years.

Rain: Dirgy, big-bottomed rocker. Cool chorus. Pineapple: Didn't feel any noticeable increase in my need for this particular fruit while listening. Would have liked to hear more singing and less talking. The miniscule use of harmonies feels like a tease.

A heavy talking verse with a great chorus. She: Very King's X-like. Pretty and sad at the same time. Someone: Cool tune. Really deep lyrically - Doug gets personal and digs. Smearing: A smart, almost poppy tune. Very sly. Atlanta: Big rocker. A song about another bad charachter ala "Friends". If not about his dad, then somebody's. A good example of Doug's openness.

His performances are so good, he could be singing the phone book and you wouldn't care. Yet this song's subject matter is so painful, it really makes you think differently and really appreciate Doug's ability to be so honest.

The Will: Experimental interlude. Eventime: Good straight-ahead rocker. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. It does have a different vibe and style to the first, but remains similarly heavy and bassy.

It does remind me of the late ninties nu-metal bands like Coal Chamber, Korn, but the song writing is just so much better-there are many strange elements in there, almost psychedelic, and poppy in parts.

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Course of action: start solo project. No frills, no flourishes, barely any other musicians. He handles everything but the drums himself and that includes recording, producing, mixing etc.

Yet Pinnick still seems to think that his voice isn't heard enough even though he's the King's X frontman, as evidenced by Poundhound 's Pineappleskunk sophomore release.

Again recording with King's X drummer Jerry Gaskill , Pinnick crafts a step program in disappointment, otherwise "written, arranged, recorded, mixed, produced and performed by Doug Pinnick.

With whammy-bar dives and pick scratches reminiscent of a second-rate Joe Satriani , Pinnick reduces "Mind" and "Atlanta" to "music minus one" variations of King's X. Pinnick also puts the spotlight too much on himself by overdubbing all his own vocal harmonies, rather than allowing Gaskill -- one-third of the most choir-like band in rock -- to do anything but play drums.

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Pineappleskunk on Discogs. Label: Metal Blade Records - • Format: 2x, CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Funk Metal, Hard Rock4/5(3).
  2. Jun 01,  · The album really can be described as "heavy groove", the bass lines seem more in "the front" this time out even if lyrically certain songs seem ridiculous. Typical of this is the tune "Next", fantastic bass line but lyrics like "If the world would stop sucking, if the world would stop sucking, the world would be a better place" seem to be half /5(21).
  3. Jun 05,  · Album · · 16 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Try Beta. Sign In Pineappleskunk Poundhound Rock · Preview SONG TIME Somedays. 1. PREVIEW Rise-n-Shine. 2. PREVIEW Jumpin. 3. PREVIEW Smearing.
  4. Second Pounhound album from King's X singer/bassist Dug Pinnick. It does have a different vibe and style to the first, but remains similarly heavy and bassy. It does remind me of the late ninties nu-metal bands like Coal Chamber, Korn, but the song writing is just so much better-there are many strange elements in there, almost psychedelic, and poppy in parts/5(21).
  5. But Moonflower Lane missed Pinnick's soulful vocals as much as Massive Grooves lacked Tabor's fiery guitar playing, so the trio's Tape Head CD signaled a truce. Yet Pinnick still seems to think that his voice isn't heard enough even though he's the King's X frontman, as evidenced by Poundhound 's Pineappleskunk sophomore release.6/
  6. ARTIST: Poundhound ALBUM: Pineappleskunk RELEASE DATE: 06/05/ Somedays Rise-N-Shine Jumpin Mind Oh My Soul Next In Line Rain Pineapple Wrong Address Higher She Someone Smearing Atlanta The Will Eventime.
  7. Pineappleskunk Poundhound. Released Smearing Lyrics. The More Poundhound albums Massive Grooves from the Electric Church of Psychofunkadelic Grungelism Rock Music.
  8. POUNDHOUND’s sophomore release is “Pineappleskunk”, a sixteen track groove machine in which Doug handles all vocals, performs all guitar and bass along side King’s X drummer Jerry Gaskill, not unlike the debut “Massive Grooves From the Electric Church of Psychofunkadelic Grungelism Rock Music”.

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