Den Finske Mohikanen Electro, Parody band Nervkållaps I don't see myself as an excessively stiff person. Further on I am not always excessively serious in every occasion. I've forced myself to listen to this album a couple of times even though I wanted to stop listening to this tasteless and boring production after about seven and a half minute, which is the opposite of it's purpose. Almost everyone that's been on the Swedish clubs have probably sometime been forced to listening to "Oj vad gnuerna hoppar" (Eng translation: "Oh, what the gnus are jumping") a couple of times when the DJ feels a little bit "funny and make it a little bit tasty". I include myself to that crowd that goes outside to take some fresh air even though its -20 degrees and I only have a t-shirt on me. Usually I'm not mean when I write my reviews and I always try to find something that's good even in the worst record, but on this one I can't. Although I have some understanding that some people find this record entertaining, but if you would like to listen to some less serious electronic music I prefer the more humorous Tyskarna från Lund which have some success of making the things they do with a little bit of charm. This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com 150
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Nervkållaps - Den Finske Mohikanen

1.0
"Kill it with fire"
N/A
Electroracle
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Released 2003 by Irritum Records
I don't see myself as an excessively stiff person. Further on I am not always excessively serious in every occasion. I've forced myself to listen to this album a couple of times even though I wanted to stop listening to this tasteless and boring production after about seven and a half minute, which is the opposite of it's purpose.

Almost everyone that's been on the Swedish clubs have probably sometime been forced to listening to "Oj vad gnuerna hoppar" (Eng translation: "Oh, what the gnus are jumping") a couple of times when the DJ feels a little bit "funny and make it a little bit tasty". I include myself to that crowd that goes outside to take some fresh air even though its -20 degrees and I only have a t-shirt on me.

Usually I'm not mean when I write my reviews and I always try to find something that's good even in the worst record, but on this one I can't. Although I have some understanding that some people find this record entertaining, but if you would like to listen to some less serious electronic music I prefer the more humorous Tyskarna från Lund which have some success of making the things they do with a little bit of charm.

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com Jan 01 2003

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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