Ninja Sex Party   Under The Covers Vol. II
3.6
great
Release Date: 2017
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4.0 excellentDinosaurJones | October 27th 17

With the addition of TWRP as a backing band, NSP does justice to a number of old classics. Danny makes his voice fit most of the songs, despite a lot of different bands being covered, and the musicians definitely hold their own against the standard of acts such as Rush, Peter Gabriel, and TOTO.

Highlights: Africa, Rocket Man, More Than a Feeling, In Your Eyes


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2.5 averageCosmopath | July 5th 18

While they're solid covers in their own right, this just doesn't give me any reason to re-listen to them. If I wanted to hear songs with nearly the exact same composition, I'd just listen to the original. It's at least an interesting album upon first listen, but nothing beyond that.

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1.0 awfulAddy1997 | June 17th 20
4.5 superbPyrohintonLikesMusic | March 10th 20
4.0 excellentAdrianQuinn | September 30th 19
2.5 averageCoolNameGuy | September 8th 19
4.0 excellentVoiceOfTheSoul23 | August 25th 19
3.5 greatjosh | June 10th 19
4.0 excellentJosh | September 23rd 18
3.0 goodMitch | August 11th 18
3.5 greatctellee | August 2nd 18
3.0 goodJS19 | July 30th 18
3.5 greatiGuter | June 28th 18
4.0 excellentTheSmashBro | April 7th 18
4.0 excellentdisposablebodies | March 8th 18
3.0 goodRashandarei | December 16th 17
5.0 classicPagepage250 | December 15th 17
3.5 greatFunkymunk | December 6th 17
4.0 excellentgryndstone | December 2nd 17
4.5 superbCaptainDamnitt | November 28th 17
2.5 averageNap | November 19th 17
4.5 superbSteakByrnes | November 17th 17
3.5 greatDORBUSCUS | November 16th 17
4.0 excellentPowerBlitz | November 4th 17
4.5 superbSomethingCoolIDK | October 29th 17
3.5 greatMutantsnowstorm | October 28th 17

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