Talk:1200 Micrograms

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Badly written article[edit]

I would suggest that someone with some knowledge regarding the band completely rewrite this. The current article is badly written, has no citations, and clearly is written from someone's point of view rather than factually. Jc sed8d (talk) 01:09, 25 October 2010 (UTC)

  • What about about album "The Time Machine"?

Released in 2005

Tracks:

  1. The Creation
  2. Egypt (Land Of The Pharoahs)
  3. Stoned Henge
  4. Shiva's India
  5. Rock Into The Future
  6. Glories Of Greece
  7. The Mayans, Incas And Aztecs
  8. Garden Of Eden
  9. 1001 Arabian Nights

--MaratIK 05:34, 3 July 2006 (UTC)

Subjective comment in article

Isn't the following subjective rather than factual?

"Although immensely popular, 1200 Mics received almost entirely negative reviews because their albums felt rushed, cheesy and sounded too much like eurodance"

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