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Editors The Back Room
Editors' debut album is decent and contains some good tracks. Instrumentally it is straightforward: fairly simple music with likeable lyrics. Altough I am not a great fan of punk and it's sub-genres, this album contains a lot of vibe which makes me listen to their next albums. Recommendations: "Munich", "All Sparks", "Camera", "Bullets", "Fingers In The Factories"
Blackberry Smoke The Whippoorwill
The heydays of Southern rock are long gone, however, there are bands like the Atlanta based quintet to remind us how this genre sounds like. With a frontman possesing the necessary country-style vocal qualities, guitars that deliver some sweet melodies and some honest and sincere lyrics The Whippoorwill is decent yet ignored album from 2012. Recommendations: "Six Ways to Sunday", "Pretty Little Lie", "One Horse Town", "The Whippoorwill", "Sleeping Dogs", "Shakin' Hands With The Holy Ghost"
Robert Plant Lullaby And… The Ceaseless Roar
Robert Plant records an album which probably is the epilogue of his music career. Lullaby and the Ceaseless Roar showcasts the creativity and the diversity that Plant has as a musician. This is not a rock album as many might have guessed because of Plant's history, but rather a folkish/traditional LP. The music relies heavily on instruments from African and Eastern origins and along with Plant's lyrics they offer a pleasant result. Recommendations: "Little Maggie", "Rainbow", "Embrace Another Fall", "Turn It Up", "Somebody There"r
HammerFall No Sacrifice, No Victory
Black Sabbath Vol. 4
Vol 4 deviates from the three previous releases in terms of sound and ideas. Band and critics suggest that this is the result of non-stop touring and heavy drug abuse. The album's opener "Wheels of Confusion" was probably an attempt to enter prog paths, but it failed in my opinion. The only positive fact was the underlying melody of the organ which starts from the middle of the song and continues to the end. "Tommorow's Dream" has probably the best riff of Iommi on the record, while "Supernaut" and "Snowblind" are probably the best tracks of the album. Although "Changes" became one (if not the most) of the most famous tracks of V
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Black Sabbath Master of Reality
Master of Reality deviates somehow from the two previous albums. Here there are no jazz or blues elements; Iommi down tunes his guitar and riffs are slow and heavy. Lyrics are also great as they concentrate around anti-war and love for God, something that the media managed to ignore. If the previous two albums were pioneers this one was the most influential one. Recommendations: "Sweet Leaf", "Children of The Grave", "Lord of This World", "Into The Void"

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  • rockandmetaljunkie Poia Ellada re su Antonh, exei katarefsei h pragmatikothta, sta tartara vriskomaste. Ena puriniko xreiazetai aftos o topos na ksevromisei. Pragmatika, den uparxei fws sto tounel. Kai to xeirotero den einai afto, alla to gegonos oti o kosmakhs den mathainei apo ta lathh tou parelthontos.
    October 20 03:27 PM
  • manosg Nai, pragmatika exeretikoi. To psych rock exei tromera polla poiotika underground sygrotimata. Tha elega pos isos kai na einai to eidos me ta poiotikotera underground sygrotimata. Xairomai pou tha grapseis kritiki.
    October 20 02:17 PM
  • rockandmetaljunkie Nai, menw sthn Athina. Pws einai ta pragmata ekei sth megalonhso ?
    October 20 08:37 AM
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    October 19 07:49 AM
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