Royal Blood Typhoons
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anatelier
May 3rd 2021


4097 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

i'm pleased that these chaps have gotten themselves vaccinated owing to their royal blood clot

StickFeit
May 3rd 2021


1527 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

Luckily we don’t call our highest point a mountain over here



Edit: this is a pretty confusing reply..

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Toondude10
May 5th 2021


14480 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

ngl I'm kinda liking this



so far it's better at doing Muse than the past few Muse albums

Cormano
May 5th 2021


2688 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

nah, at least Bellamy has some pipes

neekafat
Contributing Reviewer
May 5th 2021


21071 Comments


"Jonny's 'write a free form review in 40 ish minutes' thing"
This this is my favorite kind of review and you nailed it

DoctorSpaghetti0
May 5th 2021


35 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Keep Mark Ronson away from my rock bands. He did it again. Damnit

CaliggyJack
May 5th 2021


6435 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Tom Dalgety should share some of this blame tbqh

AsleepInTheBack
Staff Reviewer
May 6th 2021


7131 Comments

Album Rating: 2.9

OMG a rare neek spotted in its natural habitat hello there thanks for stopping by bb

StonedManatee
May 7th 2021


296 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

This album is almost as bad as this review.

AsleepInTheBack
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2021


7131 Comments

Album Rating: 2.9

Lol rip

Mort.
May 7th 2021


16362 Comments


who cares what a stoned manatee thinks tho? get a job

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Mort.
May 7th 2021


16362 Comments


all i take umbrage with is the statement that Royal Blood resurrected rock n roll. which implies that rock n roll died (when?) and weakly implies to me at least that it was a good thing they did that


i just cant fucking stand this mediocre band. the dullest shit ive ever heard. reminds me of the white stripes

parksungjoon
May 7th 2021


30897 Comments


but what about greta van fleet

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Mort.
May 7th 2021


16362 Comments


ive never bothered with them cos i know i wont like them

parksungjoon
May 7th 2021


30897 Comments


greta van fleetwod mac

AsleepInTheBack
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2021


7131 Comments

Album Rating: 2.9

"all i take umbrage with is the statement that Royal Blood resurrected rock n roll. which implies that rock n roll died (when?) and weakly implies to me at least that it was a good thing they did that"



Ye fair play. Was more intended as a reference to the wave of UK press coverage that made that very claim (that rock was dead and royal blood fixed it with their s/t), plus I thought I'd be good click bait lol. I'm not sure I'd take it as far as the summary suggests - they did a lot of repopularise the style at least on the radio at the time of their s/t, for sure, but rock never really died for those who cared to look beyond the radio.

parksungjoon
May 7th 2021


30897 Comments


>the wave of UK press coverage that made that very claim (that rock was dead and royal blood fixed it with their s/t)

does this really happen, and if so why?

asking because i saw ppl saying similar things in the gvf thread

AsleepInTheBack
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2021


7131 Comments

Album Rating: 2.9

Also if the summary implies that RB killed rock and that's a good thing, that's mb - they haven't killed it and (if they did) that wouldn't be a good thing lol

AsleepInTheBack
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2021


7131 Comments

Album Rating: 2.9

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/royal-blood-s-number-one-album-it-seems-rock-not-dead-again-9715072.html?amp

parksungjoon
May 7th 2021


30897 Comments


i guess its in the context of british music specifically? still... v weird



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