Sharks Stream New Album
2012-03-16 by HappyArseDay | 5 Comments

The Leamington-Spa rockers are streaming their new album "No Gods", due March 19th, on youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC89DAB1E1187F6EE

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fsupride
March 16th 2012

143 Comments


It's good, I liked The Joys of Living more.

qdgyu
March 16th 2012

34 Comments


Really like the first few songs, gunna have to listen to the rest later, glad I decided to check these guys out.

artificialbox
March 17th 2012

628 Comments


It's okay so far, probably just one of those albums I'll have to listen to a couple times through before I start to get a good feel for it. It sounds like the singers accent isn't as strong as it was before ahah.

Sgian
March 17th 2012

69 Comments


Better than Show of Hands on first listen, maybe not quite as good as Shallow Waters though.

PuddlesPuddles
March 18th 2012

4766 Comments


shark stream



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