Bleach's full debut album was a bit unusual -- the lineup hadn't changed a whit, Nigel "Chopper" Palmer still engineered and co-produced the album, everything generally sounded the same, yet somehow things didn't always connect as they had on earlier releases. Arguably, part of this was due to a certain consistency in their sound, which over an album's length became repetitive. This was something that befell Curve, to whom Bleach were often compared, at the same time. Both bands had a pumped-up wall-of-feedback approach ...

Killing Time 1992, Chameleon

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