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Saliva

Every Six Seconds

Island

Postmodern grind-terrorists Agoraphobic Nosebleed have a lil• record called Honky Reduction. Perhaps this title should become the new extermination plan for all the rap/rock ridiculum rotting the minds of today•s youth. Proof positive: Saliva•s Every Six Seconds. Trundling an ill-advised, radio-ready Kid Rock-meets-Monster Magnet grate to the bitter, bitter end, Salvia render their debut an exercise in bad genes being crossed, a freakish mutation that no one should be forced to endure and certainly one no mother•s son could love. Sad as it sounds, recent radio single •Your Disease• is as good as Every Six Seconds gets. Parents, you•ve been forewarned.

Island, 825 8th Ave., New York, NY 10019, http://www.salivanet.com


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