Guitar Reviews by Jason Henderson

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  1. Candlebox by Candlebox ·
    1. Don't You 2. Change 3. You 4. No Sense 5. Far Behind 6. Blossom 7. Arrow 8. Rain 9. Mothers Dream 10. Cover Me 11. He Calls Home Candlebox is and always will be a one hit wonder. Even though the non-single songs on this album, most of them...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/10/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  2. Congratulations I'm Sorry by Gin Blossoms ·
    After several years in conclusion, after doing songs for soundtracks and continuing a tour for their highly successful major label debut, Gin Blossoms returned with a great CD filled with the same great sound that their predicesors have. 1. Da...(more)
    Recordings: Alternative · Posted: 7/10/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  3. Sixteen Stone by Bush ·
    Bush is more of a punk band than anything else. Rock also. They have hard core lyrics and a pure punk formula to their sound. 1. Everything Zen 2. Swim 3. Bomb 4. Little Things 5. Comedown 6. Body 7. Machinehead 8. Testosterone 9. Monkey 10...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/10/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  4. Issues by Korn ·
    Korn: Issues is a great CD, not to mention that it has four covers, but it also has a clean version. I enjoy their sound, since I'm a teen and feel like the world is doomed, Korn reflects everything I feel, which is perfect. Korn has their own s...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/10/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  5. Californication by Red Hot Chili Peppers ·
    Californication has RHCP's most mature sound, as they have gotten older, and so has their music. But that doesn't mean that they can no longer do funk, or alternative in general. This album has a LOT of hits, the first half of the entire CD has ...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/10/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  6. A Boy Named Goo by Goo Goo Dolls ·
    Goo Goo Dolls, sorry to say, have had a bad past before this album, since this is their fifth or sixth CD, and all the previous ones haven't even entered the charts, let alone sound good. But name proved everyone wrong with it's soft hooks and b...(more)
    Recordings: Alternative · Posted: 7/10/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  7. Dizzy Up The Girl by Goo Goo Dolls ·
    That's a fact. This CD is MUCH better than any of their previous work, with a lot more accuistic hooks and a lot more of the sound that they created from Name, their hit song from their previous album. 1. Dizzy 2. Slide 3. Broadway 4. January...(more)
    Recordings: Alternative · Posted: 7/10/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  8. Villians by Verve Pipe ·
    The first half of the album is filled with great rock songs and feel, but the later half is the softer, mature sounds. This is a terrific album, with alternative spelled all over it. 1. Barely (if at all) 2. Drive You Mild 3. Villians 4. Rever...(more)
    Recordings: Alternative · Posted: 7/10/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  9. Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Various Artists ·
    This is a great soundtrack. It's a lot better than the movie, in fact. It starts off with a great track by Korn, and followed by an accuistic and dark (Pearl Jam could have done this song as well) song by Everlast, and continues on through the r...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  10. "The Spaghetti Incident?" by Guns N' Roses ·
    It's true. The secret track on the album (some call it the 'game') is a song that is written by Charles Manson, that killer in the seventies. Well, not anymore, the new printed version of the CD has the song taken out, sadly, and makes the versi...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  11. Angus by Various Artists ·
    This is a great punk soundtrack. It is filled with energy, angst, and everything inbetween. It starts off with a track by Green Day, and goes on with many underground and above ground (but yet not famous) punk bands doing their own songs, covers...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  12. Interview With The Vampire ·
    Orchestra's for me sound really great in movies, really grand. And this CD proves that. It is just about filled to the rim with a dark, edgy feel that is classic in great original music. With only teh very last track being a band, Guns N' Roses ...(more)
    Recordings: Other · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  13. Harmacy by Sebadoh ·
    Sebadoh is a pretty good band, and their punk roots definetly show in this album, as they go back to their core and change a bit in the same mix with a more clean producing job, and a more focused lyrics structer. I think Sebadoh would evolve ov...(more)
    Recordings: Alternative · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  14. God Shuffled His Feet by Crash Test Dummies ·
    Crash Test Dummies certainly is one of the most unique bands out there, with their tastes in experimenting, and trying new formulas. I think that this album really put them in the pop plate, and they purposely left it with their next album. But ...(more)
    Recordings: Alternative · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  15. A Worm's Life by Crash Test Dummies ·
    No one knows if they were serious with this albu, or if they did it on perpose. It isn't that bad of an album though, but not pop enough. I gave it a two cause I have respect for the band, and they have enough balls to let themselves get kicked ...(more)
    Recordings: Alternative · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  16. Live Era: 87-93 by Guns N' Roses ·
    This is a terrific album from a terrific band-GNR. The mood is right on every song (or at least most of them), and their is the occasional "moments" where the band talks to the crowd or something happens or anything like that. I like tha fact th...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  17. GnR Lies by Guns N' Roses ·
    This the album that GNR released just for their hard core audiance to be satisfied until their next album release. The first four tracks were back then unreleased tracks that were before they were famous, and the other four brand new tracks (onc...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  18. Appetite For Destruction by Guns N' Roses ·
    That's right. Forget all that poison crap or Whitesnake, get to Guns N' Roses already. This album is definetly eighties rock, but you have this sense-or the fact that they don't wear makeup-that they're a lot more serious than the others. Welcom...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  19. To The Faithful Departed by The Cranberries ·
    The Cranberries have this sense of religious side to them that really shows on this album, and their irish so that makes it all come together. This CD contains one of their greatest hits, When You're Gone. but that ain't all of the good tracks o...(more)
    Recordings: Alternative · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)
  20. Use Your Ilusion 1 And 2 by Guns N' Roses ·
    These two CD's come seperately so save up your money for this one. Their is so much to say about them-they have ballads on these albums, of course, then theirs the eighties rock sound on several tracks, even a rap-sounding song as the last track...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/11/2001 by Jason Henderson (5681)