- Summary: No, it's not *that* kind of drum'n'bass album. Instead, Rhode Island's Lightning Bolt literally consists of just two instrumentalists on drum and bass, and together the pair generate an experimental sonic fury on this, their second full-length.
- Record Label: Load
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Experimental
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Wonderful Rainbow is a brilliant record and has upped the ante tremendously for Lightning Bolt. They managed to take every single aspect that made Ride the Skies such a great record and intensify it severely, all the while showcasing incredibly tight and complex musicianship knowing when to hold in the reins and when to set them on fire.
UncutThe music is purposeful and powerful. [Jul 2003, p.114]
BlenderIf the White Stripes gave up blues-rock for steroids, acid and death metal, they might sound something like this. [Apr 2003, p.124]
MojoStellar noise pollution. [May 2003, p.99]
MagnetSounds like classic overcompensation, a racket on wheels trying to live up to its hype by merely playing over it. [#59, p.98]
Positive: 5 out of 5
Mixed: 0 out of 5
Negative: 0 out of 5
JBoddieMay 19, 2003Music to autoerotically asphyxiate yourself by.
musicisAug 30, 2005This album is currently making all my decisions for me and let me tell you... life has been great!
connorbOct 18, 2003This album will knock you on your ass and lift you into valhalla
nickAug 30, 2005The very best album from the very best band currently walking the planet earth. Sound assassination at it's peak.
Mar 17, 2011An interest-piquing statement by an innovative and technically proficient band. They certainly have their own style and don't really seem toAn interest-piquing statement by an innovative and technically proficient band. They certainly have their own style and don't really seem to care if you like it or not. A little over-hyped, but still an enjoyable record.… Collapse
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