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Fu Manchu Signs Of Infinite Power Album Review

29 October 2009 5 Comments

By: Andrew Bilach

Fu Manchu released their tenth studio album, Signs Of Infinite Power, on October 20th, 2009 via Century Media Records.

Fu Manchu <em>Signs Of Infinite Power</em>

Fu Manchu Signs Of Infinite Power

This your standard Fu Manchu fare. Please ignore all reviews of this album that talk about progress, development, and destination, because Scott Hill and company are not ones to bow to stylistic trends. If you listened to Fu Manchu in the past and enjoyed what you heard, you’ll enjoy Signs Of Infinite Power. If you gave them a listen and weren’t that big of a fan, you won’t enjoy Signs Of Infinite Power. It’s that simple. Look, there are many ways to review this album with metaphors, comparisons, and cute examples, but it’s really as simple as outlined above. Their songs come to life at their live shows and this is one of the best live bands you’ll ever see. I don’t have many Fu Manchu songs on my iPod, but will see them live each time they come to town. Even if you fall into that category of not being a fan of the band’s recordings, give them a shot live and you’ll be pleasantly surprised. *On a side note, Fu Manchu guitarist Bob Balch was on our show in the first quarter of 2008, does anyone have that audio? If so, please email me.

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  • Vinny said:

    You remind me of a little kid that has his heart set on one toy and one toy only. I don’t know if you’re predictable or loyal.

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  • Oscar said:


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  • 1942 said:

    Thick Syrup Groove Metal

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  • 5150 said:

    GTO Tar Metal!

    The ads on your pages show a black man that looks like Thompson endorsing Mike Bloomberg. I’ll keep my mouth shut!

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  • zebo said:

    I ordered this on Amazon and I am pleasantly disappointed. This is the same album they’ve made on all their 10 releases with different words.

    I give Andrew credit for the review because he hit the nail right on the head. I saw this reviewed on other site with paragraph after paragraph of bs.

    There is no other accurate review out there for this CD.

    Does anyone want to buy it from me?

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