Saturday, June 27, 2009

IMMENSE: counterbalance


























Following their albums such as Big As It Gets, XXL-XXL, Large--Nuff Said?, XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXL, X to the X of L, HUGE, King Kong On, Mountain Atop Mountain, this ginormous band either found religion (or a different one), a new pharmicist, a different metaphor for life (possibly due to the work of metonymist Keith Stacey), or some combination thereof, but whatever the change in lifestyle, life philosophy, or musical style, this album truly disappointed such die-hard IMMENSE fans as Hall of Fame-bound Derrick Culver of the Tulsa Tornadoes, who said, "I just can't get pumped up on tunes like, 'Fung Sung Shui' or 'rib'." Jason Ratliff, Trey Ander, and Josh Killibrew shared similar sentiments to those of Derrick Culver, but Potemkin's Eric Tweedy said, "I've changed my workout to meet the challenge of IMMENSE, and it's improved my game 115%."

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