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|4.0 excellent||Hurricanslash | March 4th 17|
This makes Kings of Suburbia look like a 2 in comparison. Really, really pleasantly surprised. I get the feeling that they just work better as a band, when there is basically no pressure on them whatsoever. Synthpop really seems like the way to go for these guys as well. I'd say, give them a few more years, and they might release something truly superb. I'm excited
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|3.5 great||GoldenGuy444 | February 25th 17|
A solid 80s washed throwback pop album. From the atmospheric opening track 'Something New', the nostalgic 'What If' to the percussive closer 'Stop, Babe' there is not a real bad moment here. And for Tokio Hotel, that's a great achievement.
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|3.5 great||NickLizard49 | June 8th 17|
Light, funny, melodical and rich. Very well done. Without all that autotune it would have been even better.
|4.0 excellent||Snide | March 3rd 17|
The more synth this band uses, the better they get. This album showcases a huge amount of potential for the band as a synthpop outfit.
|5.0 classic||Roystor | September 16th 19|
|2.0 poor||Dewinged CONTRIBUTOR | May 16th 17|
|1.0 awful||KyleW | April 17th 17|
|2.5 average||Hektor | March 31st 17|
|2.5 average||Agonba | March 7th 17|
|2.5 average||helti | March 6th 17|
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