Talk:Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes, and Undeniable Truths
I'm going to delete these following sentences because they are not well written:
1)"This album, their first full album after a couple of years trying, was a good example of the influence the Punk Rock, Eastcoast Washington, D.C.-esk genre had on the band. Although the band has a Stoner Rock or even Blues Rock, or just Rock n Roll, label/s now (RE: later albums by the band); they were very much a Hardcore - Punk - Heavy Metal band to begin with. The influences of the Bad Brains and Minor Threat can be heard, as with more older mainstream Metal as well, very clearly in this album." I suggest we don't use the descriptions "after a couple of years trying" used here.
2)"Songs like "El Jefe Speaks", "Binge and Purge", "Rats" and "Effigy" have made the set lit well into the future from this album, as is testament on their live album releases but it's not that well known an album outside the true fan, as the next album, the self titled Clutch, would become the bands larger audience breakthrough they needed." I suggest we don't use the following descriptions true fans and they needed used here. Also, the sentence is too long.
3)"This is an album that illustrates the bands beginnings, along with Sleep's debut Volume One in 1991, Kyuss's second album Blues for the Red Sun in 1992, Rage Against the Machine's debut Rage Against the Machine in 1992 and Soundgarden's third album Badmotorfinger in 1991, who are all bands bands that have a Stoner Rock or Grunge label on top, influencing and being influenced by the Alternative Rock sub-genre's in the early 90s. This proves that Clutch were there also and played their part." In last line, what kind of proof is that? The first sentence is awfully long too.
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