Generation Hexed

Drums of Death - Generation Hexed
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2010 Ratings: #207 / 854
User Score
Based on 1 rating
September 20, 2010 / Release Date
LP / Format
Greco Roman / Label
Electro House / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
Drowned in Sound
The songs here are far better than they needed to be to get music this original noticed; the fact that they’re so expertly done is what makes this record excellent.
80
Clash
His debut album encapsulates everything that’s truly brilliant about modern music
80
Loud and Quiet

For every analogue blast of ‘Creak’’s epic, binary-crashing Halo score, ‘Lonely Days’ nostalgic reawakening of Double 99’s ‘Ripgroove’ and the rave-tinged ‘London Teeth’, you’ll soon find yourself marching to Drums of Death’s morbid beat.

70
musicOMH
It’s not perfect, but practically everything expected of a dance record is here.
60
Resident Advisor

Pop music (on anyone's terms) is nothing without a vocalist. Generation Hexed is good. It could have been excellent.

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