Slipknot
Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses

Roadrunner
2004
B
Reviewed by: Todd Burns
Reviewed on: 2004-05-28



Posted 05/28/2004 - 03:27:45 AM by deadbody:
 no, todd burrrns; it's over. todd, i wrote some rap lyrics. please review 'em for me. peace and chicken grease. selling dope is cool/but rap is on my mind/its hard to do both and get my bread at the same time/high as fu** off purple/man im out my mind/gotta grab my strap boy its time to do some mo crime
 
Posted 05/28/2004 - 08:58:52 AM by :
 Deadbody: Thanks for taking the time to write. I imagine your critique of the review is the fact that I chose to, somewhat, ignore the lyrics of the group. In response, I would have to say that the lyrics were exactly what I expected and, as such, I felt that they didn’t bear mentioning either way because of this. If, however, you are truly wanting me to respond to the lyrics you have posted here, I’d have to say the same thing that I might to Slipknot’s own lyricist: You’re no Paul Verlaine, but that’s also not the point.
 
Posted 05/28/2004 - 11:32:28 AM by d.a.boyfriend:
 Gotta go with Burns here: if you're looking to Slipknot for lyrics, you're barking up the wrong tree. And if you're looking for intelligent commentary on said lyrics, well, you're even further off the beaten path.