Tilt Viewers Like You

With this release it seems that San Francisco's Tilt have reached the point in their career that bands like Bad Religion are at — they've gone to the well one too many times writing songs based around the same major and minor chords and their ideas just aren't fresh anymore. That's not to say that this is a terrible record, it's just not that musically spectacular. Songs like "Die of Shame” and "Animated Corpse" prove that vocalist Cinder Block can still write some provocative lyrics that touch on a number of social issues. But without the complementary musical accompaniment her messages don't have the same impact. This is a record strictly for fans. (Fat Wreck)