Bomb The Daynursery - Discipline Through Mental-Illness
Dark Ambient, Industrial This is early material I can say. I don't think it got that little extra that Bomb The Daynursery used to, but everyone has to grow and finally Bomb The Daynursery became what it is today.

Their music sounds like a bad hair day. As if someone is trying to find a decent radio station while watching TV. Quite simple, not that complex as the Bomb The Daynursery noise I'm used to.

Cheers we say and take a look at the layout of the booklet and case inlays. I think the idea of letting a dead soldier (on photography of course) to be on the cover was great, it shows a glimpse of the future for Bomb The Daynursery.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Bomb The Daynursery - Discipline Through Mental-Illness

5.0
"Mediocre"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2003 by Cold Meat Industry
This is early material I can say. I don't think it got that little extra that Bomb The Daynursery used to, but everyone has to grow and finally Bomb The Daynursery became what it is today.

Their music sounds like a bad hair day. As if someone is trying to find a decent radio station while watching TV. Quite simple, not that complex as the Bomb The Daynursery noise I'm used to.

Cheers we say and take a look at the layout of the booklet and case inlays. I think the idea of letting a dead soldier (on photography of course) to be on the cover was great, it shows a glimpse of the future for Bomb The Daynursery.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

John Wikström

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