Area 11   All The Lights In The Sky
Release Date: 2013

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4.0 excellentAngelboros | January 2nd 15

Having taken their namesake from what Japan is usually referred to as in the anime series Code Geass, Area 11 are a very interesting stable. This English band pretty much came up with their own sound dubbed 'gaijin rock'; the act's style borrows inspiration from Western rock and pop traditions - namely post-hardcore, alternative, and what might as well be synthrock - with lyrical themes heavily referencing East Asian culture. The musicianship on All the Lights In the Sky is normally concise and thorough, with the keyboards courtesy of frontman Sparkles* (yes, that's his name) standing out the most. While the songwriting in a sense feels tawdry and a little uncomfortable at parts, Area 11 revel in the cheesiness and merely go for broke, culminating in the listener ending up having a gay old time. Whether you're a manganime junkie or otherwise, this studio album has enough aspects to keep you from staying trapped down in the underground. Recommended picks: "Euphemia," "Shi No Barado," "The Strays," "Heaven-Piercing Giga Drill," and "Bousouzoku Symphonic"


1.0 awfulCyclotron | November 16th 17
4.0 excellentlysinecontingency | June 21st 17
3.0 goodhosethebrose | April 28th 17
3.0 goodsinquelly | April 28th 17
3.5 greatRyRd | March 2nd 17
3.5 greatUnderscore | August 14th 16
3.5 greatXinlo | July 21st 16
3.5 greatdefend pop punk | December 20th 15
3.5 greatSkrymir | October 21st 15
4.0 excellentBloodRaven55 | April 26th 15
4.0 excellentBobbleHeadbutt | September 28th 14
4.0 excellentFlaggermusmannen | March 26th 14
5.0 classicartine | December 17th 13
3.5 great2betheman | December 15th 13
3.0 goodFlorrie | March 24th 13
3.5 greatarthen | March 13th 13
3.5 greatHellscythe | February 20th 13

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