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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"
Needtobreathe Daylight
Sympathetic album with not much depth but with a couple of nice songs. Recommendations: "Quit", "Shine On"
Uriah Heep Wake the Sleeper
Refreshed and revitalised UH record a very solid hard rock album. There is a lot of energy in "Tears of The World", a lot more in "Ghost of The Ocean", much power in "War Child", enough catchiness in "Light of a Thousand Stars" and a "Shadow" which at moments reminds the good old days of the band.
Uriah Heep Outsider
The Outsider is a decent album by the veterans, though it would fit better in their 80's catalogue. It has a lot of energy and the majority of songs are average ones, with some maybe going beyond that point. Nothing great, no hit songs but on the other hand, we've heard worst from them. Recommendations: "Speed of Sound", "One Minute", "The Outsider", "Jessie"
Budgie In for the Kill!
Budgie record another solid album and it's now four straight masterpieces. In For the Kill! is a mixture of Squawk's grooviness and Budgie's heavy riffing.
Budgie Squawk
Budgie show signs of consistency by releasing a solid follow-up album to their debut. Squawk is not composed around heavy riffs like it's predecessor; it's more groovy with some catchy lines and refrains. Recommendations: "Whiskey River", "Hot as a Docker's Armpit", "Rocking Man"

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  • Voivod Tis proanafertheises bandes tis exo perasei kai edo.
    July 26 09:30 AM
  • Voivod haha entaksei ta parales tora :-P. Vasika, ego tora tha argiso na grapso kati kai tha se rotousa an skeftesai na grapseis kati gia to Blues Pills. Tha rotiso kai ton Mano. Kati allo; tsekare opote boreis Agusa, Three Seasons, The Golden Grass, Stratus, Captain Crimson (ektos ton Three Seasons oi ipoloipoi einai sto bandcamp), poli kalo retro rock apo freskies bandes.
    July 26 09:30 AM
  • Voivod Thanks file, ida to news item prin do to shoutbox post sou, tha to tsekaro sigoura!!
    July 26 06:33 AM
  • danielcardoso Hey Antonius, hope you're doing well. Nice to see you already listened to Wake the Sleeper, by Uriah Heep. It has some awesome jams, Ghost of the Ocean rules.
    July 17 06:27 AM
  • danielcardoso Oh, I didn't know you had already read it ;) But, by all means, if you want to review it too, go ahead. I don't mind at all, I'm actually curious to read what you have to say about that album.
    July 10 04:19 PM

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