Buckcherry
Black Butterfly


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by jars80 USER (3 Reviews)
October 26th, 2008 | 30 replies | 10,440 views


Release Date: 2008 | Tracklist

Review Summary: Con este disco Buckcherry esperan salir airosos y ser reconocida masivamente de una buena vez como la gran banda Hard Rock que son, si algo es criticable en Black Butterfly es que se echa de menos la canción gancho, ésa que es difícil sacarse de la cab

2 of 4 thought this review was well written

Repasemos brevemente la historia de Buckcherry: El vocalista Josh Todd y el guitarrista Keith Nelson se conocen a mediados de los 90’s y luego deciden hacerse acompañar por Jonathan Brightman en el bajo y Devon Glenn en la bater*a para que en 1999 vieran su primera placa discográfica en el mercado, luego añadir*an a Yogi, un segundo guitarrista para potenciar su directo, el disco homónimo es muy bien recibido en los States donde su tatuado vocalista grita a todo pulmón su adicción a la coca*na (Lit Up) y demuestra su otra faceta en un par de medios tiempos inspirados (Check Your Head y For the Movies), se suben en la tarima del Woodstock ’99, en fin, el éxito les sonr*e as* que llegaba la hora de confirmar lo hecho anteriormente con su segundo disco, “Time Bomb” es bien recibido por los fans pero no as* por la prensa y todo se viene abajo.

Los fundadores de Buckcherry hacen parte de Velvet Revolver cuando se hac*an llamar “The Project”, sin embargo Slash expulsa a Todd del proyecto y éste decide hacerse acompañar por cuatro músicos desconocidos y saca un disco llamado “You Made Me” aún peor recibido que el “Time Bomb”, Keith Nelson abandona Velvet Revolver, sin embargo tiene créditos en la canción “Dirty Little Thing” publicada en “Contraband” y en el 2005 junto a Todd deciden refundar Buckcherry esta vez haciéndose acompañar por Xavier Muriel en la bater*a, Jimmy Ashhurst en el bajo y Stevie D. en la guitarra para sacar al mercado “15”.

El éxito les volv*a a sonre*r y esta vez con mucha más fuerza que antes, “15” se convierte en disco de Platino y hace que el disco homónimo sea editado nuevamente consiguiendo Oro, as* que con la nueva formación se enfrentan nuevamente al dif*cil “segundo disco” (cuarto como Buckcherry) y nos llega “Black Butterfly”.

En plena gira del Crüe Fest en los Estados Unidos, con Mötley Crüe como cabezas de cartel, se da a conocer el primer sencillo del disco, “Too Drunk…” con un video algo polémico para luego hacer coincidir la salida del disco con el segundo video promocional, “Don’t Go Away” es una balada donde se nota a la banda inspirada y que a quienes nos gustan los medios tiempos en los discos de Hard Rock agradecemos enormemente. El disco tiene sus altibajos, si a “Don’t Go Away” le podemos sumar “Dreams” como baladas inspiradas en “All Of Me” tenemos probablemente la peor canción hecha jamás por Buckcherry, pero como no todo son baladas temas como “Rescue Me”, “A Child Called "It"”, “Imminent Bail Out” y especialmente “Fallout” ponen el toque Rock N’ Roll a “Black Butterfly”.

Con este disco Buckcherry esperan salir airosos y ser reconocida masivamente de una buena vez como la gran banda Hard Rock que son, si algo es criticable en Black Butterfly es que se echa de menos la canción gancho, ésa que es dif*cil sacarse de la cabeza durante una buena temporada aunque quizá el coro de “Talk To Me” lo logré, aunque por supuesto todos quisiéramos que fuera por un riff tan contundente y trepidante como el de Mr. Nelson en “Lit Up” y es que (lamentablemente) Keith cede en protagonismo a Stevie D. en la guitarra.

Jonathan Reyes
Buckcherry


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Slaytan
October 26th 2008



1186 Comments


First review I've encountered that's not in english. Hmm...

bastard
October 26th 2008



3435 Comments


It's a pretty decent/almost good review when I jam it into the translator.

marksellsuswallets
October 26th 2008



4848 Comments


As one of the few bilingual people on the site I'm aware of (haven't used my spanish in a while though I'm a bit rusty)...decent review...but this is an english website so yeah...english brah...english...

This Message Edited On 10.26.08

SnackaryBinx
October 26th 2008



2309 Comments


you're racist if you don't accept his language of writing.

RACISTSThis Message Edited On 10.26.08

marksellsuswallets
October 26th 2008



4848 Comments


accept*

botb
October 26th 2008



9560 Comments


i lol'd.... is that bad?

SnackaryBinx
October 26th 2008



2309 Comments


fuck you mark, it's a slow day.

marksellsuswallets
October 26th 2008



4848 Comments




SnackaryBinx
October 26th 2008



2309 Comments


yea, I'm beat. I have to do a take home calculus quiz.

and you know, graphing equations like x^4-3x^2+4x+12 by hand is absolutely no fun at all.

Mendigo
October 26th 2008



2299 Comments


someone testing my spanish knowledge. Uh, I hope I passed, Spanish lessons at school haven't been worth much we had the dumbest teacher you could imagine. But we've been to Malaga for a week, so it was worth all those boring hours somehow.
Oh, I think the review is ok? argh, I should really start improving my spanish like I wanted to for some time now.

Zippermouth
October 26th 2008



1305 Comments


Agh! This is hard to read....
well at least i'm not one of those idiots who's wondering what "vocalista" means.

Curse.
Contributing Reviewer
October 26th 2008



7970 Comments


where are these idiots?

Bleak123
October 26th 2008



1902 Comments


what does vocalista mean?

Meatplow
October 26th 2008



5524 Comments


http://babelfish.yahoo.com/translate_txt

With this Buckcherry disc they hope to leave massively windy and to be recognized of a good time like the great Hard band Rock that is, if something is criticizable in Black Butterfly is that it misses the song hook, that one that is difficult to remove from cab We review the history of Buckcherry briefly: The vocalista Josh Todd and the guitarist Keith Nelson are known in the middle of the 90 ' s and soon they decide to be made accompany by Jonathan Brightman in the low one and Devon Glenn in bater�*a so that in 1999 they saw his first record plate in the market, soon they añadir�*an to Yogi, a second guitarist to harness its direct one, the homonymous disc it is very well received in the States where his tattooed vocalista outcry to all lung its addiction to coca�*na (LIT Up) and demonstrates its other facet in a pair of half inspired times (Check Your Head and For the Movies), rise in the platform of Woodstock '99, in short, success them sonr�*e as�* that arrived the hour to previously confirm the fact with its second disc, “Time Bomb” well is received by fans but as�* by the press and everything does not come down.

Meatplow
October 26th 2008



5524 Comments


The founders of Buckcherry are part of Velvet Revolver when they are hac�*an to call “The Project”, nevertheless Slash expels to Todd of the project and this one decides to be made accompany by four not known musicians and removes to a called disc “You Made still more worse received Me” than the “Time Bomb”, Keith Nelson leaves Velvet Revolver, nevertheless has credits in the song “Dirty Little published Thing” in “Contraband” and in the 2005 next to Todd they decide to refundar Buckcherry this time being become to accompany by Xavier Muriel in bater�*a, Jimmy Ashhurst in low and Stevie D. in the guitar to remove to market “15”. The success them volv�*a to sonre�*r and this time with much more force than before, “15” becomes Platinum disc and causes that the homonymous disc is published again obtaining Gold, as�* that the new formation they again face the dif�*cil “second disc” (quarter as Buckcherry) and “Black Butterfly” arrives to us. In the heat of tour of the Crüe Fest in the United States, with Mötley Crüe like poster heads, occurs to know first the simple one the disc, “Too Drunk…” with a somewhat controversial video soon to make agree the exit of the disc with the second promotional video, “Don't Go Away” is a ballad where note to the inspired band and which to those who we like the half times in discs of Hard Rock we thank for ourselves enormously. The disc has its bumps, if to “Don't Go Away” him we can add “Dreams” as ballads inspired by “All Of Me” we have probably the worse song never done by Buckcherry, but as everything is not ballads subjects like “Rescue Me”, “To Child Called " It" ”, “Imminent Bail Out” and especially “Fallout” puts the touch Rock N' Roll to “Black Butterfly”. With this Buckcherry disc they hope to leave windy and to be recognized massively of a good time like the great Hard band Rock that is, if something is criticizable in Black Butterfly is that it misses the song hook, that one that is dif�*cil to remove from the head during a good season although the choir of “Talk To Me I perhaps obtained” it, although by all means all we would want that outside by riff so forceful and trepidante as the one of Mr. Nelson in “LIT Up” and is that (lamentably) Keith yields in protagonism to Stevie D. in the guitar.

A far from perfect translation

marksellsuswallets
October 26th 2008



4848 Comments


Dude that is such a wacked out translation haha...especially things like "is a ballad where note to the inspired band and which to those who we like the half times in discs of Hard Rock we thank for ourselves enormously"...lulz
Online translators are stinky

Meatplow
October 26th 2008



5524 Comments


well they did a good job of leaving their massively windy roots I am guessing

Mendigo
October 26th 2008



2299 Comments


by "All Of Me" we have probably the worse song never done by Buckcherry

Atru
October 26th 2008



57 Comments


lol

BallsToTheWall
October 26th 2008



44164 Comments


I don't speaka no spanish but Meatplow's sturdy translation presented the review as a real shit bomb of American culture.

They took our jobs.This Message Edited On 10.26.08



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