6/10 Jack Customer review, 26th June 2017
I have adopted DIJ as one of my all time favourite groups, but as with most bands apparently the members get old or split up, mellow out, and lose their cutting edge. The 2000s DIJ offerings have been more like the easy listening genre for old generation Xers that are approaching 50. Not bad music and very user friendly, but not revolutionary or dark like their earlier works. I still enjoy their music but must admit, compared to their prior work their last several albums have been something of a let down.
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