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12 Stones – Lie To Me

By on Jul 12, 2007 | 1 comment

I’ve been hearing this song a lot lately on various Sirius radio stations and I think it’s really good… 12 Stones – Lie To Me Get this widget | Share | Track...

Carry On By Chris Cornell

By on Jul 11, 2007 | 0 comments

Hmm, I wonder what section of the store this album is in…Adult Contemporary or Easy listening? Chris, buddy, what have you done? I listened closely to this album because I was really interested in doing a review. And all I can say is, Wow…I can’t believe I didn’t fall asleep. Chris Cornell is one of the best vocalists ever, but this album is lacking in so many ways to me. His voice seems higher pitched than normal and very flat sounding compared to anything else I have heard him sing. From a production standpoint this entire album sounds like garbage. At some points it doesn’t even sound like they are using a real drum, and the guitar is also lacking any sort of character. The first 3 songs started off the album by having a chorus of the track title, repeated about 3 times. Safe and Sound is so soft and slow that it is almost gospel sounding, except for...

Hey There Delilah (Video)

By on Jul 11, 2007 | 0 comments

I keep hearing Plain White T’s – Hey There Delilah on the radio so I thought I’d post the video here…

Libertad by Velvet Revolver

By on Jul 9, 2007 | 1 comment

Sophomore slump? No chance…Thank you Scott Weiland for staying sober and releasing one hell of a good album. Of course I can’t forget the band also… I don’t know where to even start with this review. Libertad is a great Hard Rock album. Their first album Contraband was an huge success in the US selling over 2 million copies and comparing this to their debut I don’t see reaching those numbers again being a problem. Overall, this album sounds much better from a production standpoint and also lyrically compared their first album. The song She Builds Quick Machines definitely has a classic STP sound to it which I really enjoy still. It has some great guitar solos also. One that sticks out is in their cover of Can’t Get It Out Of My Head. The songs The Last Fight and Gravedancer, although much softer than the rest of the album, seem to fit in perfect...

Young Modern by Silverchair

By on Jul 9, 2007 | 0 comments

In keeping with their normal trend, this album is nothing like any other Silverchair CD you have ever heard. But, I have to admit…I am liking it… At certain times while listening to this album it wouldn’t be hard to forget that this is even Silverchair except for the fact that Daniel Johns’ voice sounds as good as ever. This album really shows off his vocal ability. Some of the old fans of Silverchair might not like this new album because of the extreme change in overall sound, but I think it is pretty good. Just keep in mind, gone are the days of Frogstomp and the Grunge sound they used to have. This album sounds very experimental, not only in the vocals, but in the instrumental portions also. This album is very soft. So soft that it’s actually hard for me to put it in the Rock category. But still, it is enjoyable to listen to. I’m not sure if this...

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