The Greater Wrong of the Right
Carson gave this album
The Greater Wrong of the Right has to be the most diverse album that I have heard in a long time.
This is an album full of contradictions. Some tracks are fast ("d0wnsizer") and others are slow ("Pro-Test"). Consonance ("Neuwerld") and dissonance ("Past Present") can both be found on this album. Melodically sung vocals ("EmpTe") and vocals that are mostly spoken ("Pro-Test") can also be heard. In short, there is no easy way to classify the overarching theme of The Greater Wrong of the Right
There are, however, a few similarities between the tracks. For instance, the vocals across every track are distorted in some form or another. "DaddyuWarbash" features a cartoon-like voice at the beginning and barking sounds at the end. The lyrics on "I'mmortal", on the other hand, are subdued like they are being absorbed by something.
"Pro-Test", as well as several other tracks, employ stereo effects with a great deal of success. "Past Present" sounds more dance-like than most of the tracks on the album; if you like Fixed by Nine Inch Nails, you will probably enjoy this. I am not sure how to describe "EmpTe" other than my impression while listening to it was that it sounded like a cross between Jane's Addiction and The Prodigy.
Overall, this is a pretty good album with all of the tracks being above average. The lack of cohesion does not actually detract from the album and, in fact, may actually be the common theme: that there is no common theme.