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Format:
Title:
Freak show
Publication:
New York : Epic, [1997]
Physical Description:
1 audio disc ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Title from disc label.

Enhanced compact disc.

"This compact disc contains a free multimedia portion. Put this disc in your CD-ROM drive for an interactive musical experience"--Insert.

Lyrics on insert in container.
Contents:
Slave -- Freak -- Abuse me -- Lie to me -- No association -- Cemetery -- The door -- Pop song for us rejects -- Learn to hate -- Petrol & chlorine -- Roses -- Nobody came -- The closing.
Summary:
The interactive portion contains videos, part of the songs, various show items, and interviews by members of the group.
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Silverchair were slaves to their influences on their debut Frogstomp, but on their second album Freak Show, they're beginning to show signs of developing their own style. While they may still concentrate too heavily on Pearl Jam and Nirvana, they're beginning to fuse the elements together in a more interesting way and are writing stronger hooks. Freak Show still has its share of mediocre moments, and Daniel Johns should try to sing instead of scream, but the album shows potential that Frogstomp never did. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine