Name: Bloody Kisses
Review: VILLE SAYS: "Type O Negative were probably the first band that I'd heard who brought sarcasm into their music. 'Bloody Kisses' changed my world in the same way Black Sabbath changed my world. When I heard it for the first time I didn't know whether to laugh or cry or both! It's the kinda record you can enjoy on both a Friday night and on a Saturday morning."
Name: October Rust
Review: VILLE SAYS: "In a way it's probably my favourite Type O Negative album. I remember when I heard the album for the first time - we had a pre-release cassette and a small boombox and we all sat around it, not saying a word to each other for five hours in a row. It was a beautiful moment. Plus, 'Wolf Moon' is the greatest song Type O have ever written."
Name: Slow Deep and Hard
Review: VILLE SAYS: "If you want to get into Type O Negative you buy 'Bloody Kisses' to hear their 'Paranoid'. But if you want to hear their '...Wheels Of Confusion' you buy 'Slow Deep And Hard'. That said, essentially Type O Negative's first two albums, 'Slow Deep And Hard' and 'Origin Of The Feces' (Roadrunner, 1992) are more or less the same."
Name: Life Is Killing Me
Review: VILLE SAYS: "I really love the synth break on 'Anesthesia' and all the other interludes on the record. There's brilliant riffs and there's brilliant songs. This whole album sounds like a band approaching their peek, and then going back over the other side to make something fresh, almost like a demo in a way."
Name: World Coming Down
Review: VILLE SAYS: "It's just one of those albums that you put on and it makes you feel really depressed. It sounds like someone coming down off cocaine and drinking too much and being on the road too much. There's something missing from it. There are a couple of really nice songs like 'Everyone I Love Is Dead' and 'Everything Dies', but it doesn't have the humour of the other records."