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Yes Heaven and Earth
It is very hard to admit that YES, one of the bands that created prog rock, record such a poor album. Their approach was terrible and I don't know where to start. Poor lyrics, extremely simplistic music (especially those drums!), disturbing synths, Anderson-clone vocals and the list goes on. I respect you mr. Howe but please take hands with mr. Scholz and his Boston ship and enter that pantheon. Stop being ridiculous. It's a shame
Guns N' Roses G N' R Lies
Concentrating on side-B which has four new tracks, you get to know a softer side of GnR. All of them are excellent with "One In a Million" being slightly the best. Side-A has four cover songs which I found irrelevant and mediocre
Guns N' Roses Appetite for Destruction
I found this to be one of the best debuts in the history of music. Ranging between hard rock and glam metal, this LP produced 7(!) singles; all of them justifiable (with the exception probably of "It's So Easy"). It might seem instrumentally simplistic at some moments but it's energy makes you to overlook such fact. All members contribute equally in my opiniion and this is why it has such a high status. Recommendations: "Welcome To The Jungle", "Nightrain", "Mr. Brownstone", "Paradise City", "My Michelle", "Sweet Child O'Mine", "Rocket Queen"
James Laid
One of the best albums of the Brits with a variety of good songs. Recommendations: "Sometimes", "One of The Three", "Say Something", "Everybody Knows", "Low Low Low", "Laid"
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Arctic Monkeys AM
The trio of "Do I Wanna Know", "R U Mine", "Why'd You Only Call Me.." is without a question the stronger part of the album. Excellent songs with simplicity as the main characteristic. And its great. Apart from this, the album overall is coherent and consistent, however, it misses a peak moment that will make it compete for 'Album of the Year'. Recommendations: "Arabella", "Snap Out of It"
Needtobreathe The Heat
Much better than its debut, The Heat has a variety of nice songs to choose from. The majority of the album is enjoyable but it's clear that the band has more potentials. Apart from the excellent "Return", I would recommend "Restless", "We Could Run Away", "Streets of Gold", "More Time", "Signature of Divine", "Nothing Left To Lose"

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  • danielcardoso Hey man, Royal Blood's album is already out. And guess what? It's awesome ;)
    August 19 11:35 AM
  • danielcardoso I'm feeling doubtful too. I mean, And You Were a Crow was fantastic, and Dogs was alright, even if I didn't enjoy it as much as the debut. I don't know if they can do it again, but I think it'll be some great stuff, I definitely hope so ;)
    August 14 08:09 AM
  • danielcardoso Are you psyched about Parlor Mob's next album?
    August 13 04:51 AM
  • danielcardoso Hey Antonius, how are you doin'? I finally checked out that Temperance Movement band you once reccomended me. It's some very awesome stuff, I appreciate you mentioning it to me. I also checked out that Radio Moscow album you reviewed and it's pretty cool too. I think that you'd enjoy listening to a band called California Breed. Based on your taste, you're bound to enjoy it. If you do listen to it, let me know what you think. Cheers.
    August 13 04:51 AM
  • Voivod Tis proanafertheises bandes tis exo perasei kai edo.
    July 26 09:30 AM

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