DAUGHTERS - Canada Songs

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Dylan Zayas
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Dylan Zayas The musical equivalent to deliberately throwing yourself into a meat grinder. Words cannot express how over-the-top this collection of songs is, but it's truly something to behold if you like experimental music. My logical side tells me to hate this album, but my primal and obtrusive cave-man brain incessantly tells me to crank it to 11. Despite my reservations about even classifying this as "music", I absolutely love this album and I think you might as well. Favorite track: The Ghost With The Most.
D.A.M.
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D.A.M. No one has, will, or ever come close to the insanity captured on this recording. Truly a sign of the times in the early 2000's that things were only getting more and more unhinged. But Daughters forever captured it the best. My life would not be the same without this album
Christian Segerstrom
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Christian Segerstrom The album that started it all. A whirlwind of technical prowess and raw emotion in short bursts, "Canada Songs" set the blueprint for a plethora of other bands to follow in their footsteps, and remains their most important album. Favorite track: Nurse, Would You Please Prep The Patient For Sexual Doctor.
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Daughters burst forth, middle fingers raised high, with an unreal debut full-length of ultra-brutal grind-influenced screaming chaos. These songs combine so much so quickly that it's almost dizzying, but they somehow manage to hold it all together and still take it way up a notch.

Immersed in a genre that's dangerously close to total overkill, Daughters are actually making technical and chaotic music original again, flawlessly combining thunderous drums with inhumanly fast blasts, squealing high-pitched guitars (that can almost be mistaken for keyboards at times) and absolutely manic screams to create a new form of heavy music that's simply beyond description.

Necessary noise interludes allow the listener to catch their breath before the cacophony continues, with breakdowns so huge that it's amazing the studio didn't collapse when the album was recorded.

This all may sound like a bunch of grandiose hype, but we're dead serious... this album is absolutely amazing and could shake the foundation of heavy music as we know it.

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released August 12, 2003

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