SHITLOADS OF ATMOSPHERE
compared to this it had shitloads of atmosphere
ok maybe that was a little hyperbolic but still I listened to that album in the evenings and felt like
I was outside in a city at night or something I don't know
Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off
doesn't this one make you feel like yr at a gig tho
No more than other music
Album Rating: 2.0
It sounds like they played it safe. What the reviewer think about the bonus tracks ?
Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off
yeah they played it really damn safe, its very structured and really pop orientated, dont like it.
Digging: The Smith Street Band - More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me
havent heard this band since i was 14 with start something
quickly moved on to actually good music
Didn't really like this album.
It's just really boring. =/
I don't know but with albums like these, I feel like once I've heard the songs once, I've heard them a thousand times.
This album is really good...Especially "A Little Reminder That I'll Never Forget"
Album Rating: 2.5
I enjoyed this (more than the previous release actually) but i did find it just floated by. It never made me sit up and a pay attention to it. Daveyboy said it was too easy listening, and that’s what I'd pin it down too. I'm probably sounding overly negative, I don't intend to.
In fact, the most irritating thing I find about Lostprophets is they have that album that would define them, thus far I'd say start something is their best release. Every release I just want that little bit more.
Guess I'll have to pass for now.
Fuck, wrong thread. ^ meant for Shinedown review.
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A convincing and confident tour-de-force of addictive anthem-writing, propelled by something rebellious.
So basically it is like their previous effort? I would give their previous album the exactly the same intro if I would write a review for it.
haha I know a guy who does lighting for a shitload of bands for their tours, and when I asked him which musicians he didn't get on with he said Ian Watkins
Watkins does come across a bit douchey really
I gave up after listening to the first 3 tracks, I really can't stand 'em. Gave it another listen here the other day... Still not giving a shit about the first 3 songs, but the album gets better afterwards.
Album Rating: 3.5
Following the defiant & excellent 'The Betrayed', Welsh rockers Lostprophets settle into a fan-friendly comfort zone on their 5th LP 'Weapons'. As consistent & anthemic as ever, the sextet keep within their boundaries, assuredly delivering 10 fist-pumping sing-alongs. With nothing reaching their previous heights this may be familiar & predictable, but the slick production effectively highlights a fuller sound here. It isn't deep or innovative, but 'Weapons' is catchy, energetic & sounds huge, meaning these tunes are likely to go down a treat live. Recommended Tracks: We Bring an Arsenal, Bring 'Em Down, Another Shot & Jesus Walks.
I get the feeling with the recent music videos that they're trying to follow in the footprints of My Chemical Romance with the whole Danger Days concept movie thing.
This band lost their stuff when they released Liberation Transmission, and have defiantly remained terrible ever since. Its actually quite impressive.
Also, Ian Watkins: WTF!