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|3.5 great||Jared Floryan | March 17th 15|
Japanese rock band UVERworld's debut album Timeless ironically doesn't possess that much of a... err, timeless flavor at all. Even so, lack of unique qualities notwithstanding, it's a mostly solid, fun LP with smatterings of hard rock, hip hop, and there are also seldom industrial elements that've been adjusted to the band's unremarkably enjoyable sound. Frontman Takuyaoo's ability to provide both singing and rapping can play out very well in the young man's favor, although the latter technique sometimes doesn't bode swimmingly enough. The guitar work may not stand out, but the contributions from Akira, Katsuya, and Nobuto are still pretty welcome. Recommended tracks: "D-tecnoLife," "Burst," "Just Melody," and "Yasashisa no Shizuku".
|4.0 excellent||Ryan Stephenson | February 16th 11|
Their best album, by miles. The songs are performed better, and everything is just better on this album. Their other albums are okay, though.
|3.0 good||Arctick | September 27th 14|
|4.5 superb||msm008 | September 24th 13|
|4.5 superb||Meruem | April 15th 13|
|4.0 excellent||DeskmaN | March 20th 11|
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