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||Date: April 29, 2006 at 13:07|
|A geeat, great record.
||Date: May 2, 2006 at 22:48|
|A top-notch album. I was really high on a couple of albums earlier this year until I got a hold of the Japanese import of 15. All other albums, no matter how good, immediately became irrelevant. I'm not saying this is the best album out there; just the best album I've heard in quite some time. Most people are familiar with the first single "Crazy Bitch", but, I really like "Broken Glass" and "Next 2 You". And "Sorry" , in my opinion, is one of the best ballads ever.
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||Date: May 2, 2006 at 22:57|
|I can only echo what has been said above by hsf and CurtisLoew...this is one of the best CDs I've listened to in 06. "Sorry" is an awesome ballad, and then they follow it up with the all-out raunch of "Crazy Bitch"...it makes for an incredible one-two punch right in the middle of a great CD. Highly recommended for the sleaze rock fans out there!
||Date: May 2, 2006 at 23:18|
|I just had to listen again since I had just written about it and I can't believe I forgot "So Far" and "Back In The Day". Like I said, no bad songs, but, some just are more favorite than others. Some mega-"Buckcherry" songs and a few that show a lot of progression as musicians, in my opinion. (Maybe I'm just not as readily familiar with their past catalog, but I think there's definite growth shown on "15".)
||Date: May 3, 2006 at 23:34|
|I love this one! As good, if not better than their last effort. The only track I didn't like was the cover of 'Pump It Up' (which must not be on the US version going by the track list above). 8.5/10
||Date: May 4, 2006 at 14:26|
|well were do i start with this. lets just say that this is the best sleaze disc to come out in the last 10 years! evan better than crash diet which i truly love.this cd has so much sleaze that after one listen you will be sporting a woody for a month! every song is awesome with no filler at all. i got the jap. import as soon as this hit u.s. shores and have jamed to this for 3 months and it still sounds fresh! 10/10.
||Date: May 8, 2006 at 15:25|
|Very good..Very BuckCherry....first 5 songs are good...few fillers but overall worth it!!
||Date: May 9, 2006 at 0:41|
|hey metalhead you must be in 1966 from smoking to much dope! there are no fillers on this disc so put down the splif and listen up!
||Date: May 24, 2006 at 10:26|
|Welcome back boys and don't ever leave. This is a real treat. Amazing great rock. Hooks, chorus' and everything inbetween. Love 'Crazy Bitch'...If you loved their first two or even thought the first two was good - this will blow you away.
||Date: June 1, 2006 at 14:11|
|Far be it from me to buck the current trend of praising this CD, 'cause it rocks. The only complaint I have with this cherry is that the pace falters toward the end, like they put all the fillers after "Crazy Bitch." Not a crisis, but a little quibble nonetheless. These guys have always been accused of being Guns N Roses clones, but GN'R could work 15 years to come up with something this good (oh wait, they have been working on something for 15 years, and it probably won't be nearly this good!)
||Date: June 27, 2006 at 16:58|
|Love this CD! OK, I'll get slammed for this, but "So Far" and "Crazy Bitch" are great tunes and all, but droppin' f-bombs like every other word can be hard to listen to all the time. I can drop 'em with the best of them, but come on this band is WAY too talented to stoop to this level. Remember Eddie Murphy's "Delirious" with all its raunch? It was great the first time. Can anyone say his second attempt was better? No, because he got away from his talent and went straight to the raunch....these
||Date: June 29, 2006 at 10:19|
|....guys should not go down the same path, and lose their potential to be bigger.
||Date: June 29, 2006 at 15:22|
|Hands down - best release of the year. This DISC rocks - surpasses the first two and the first two were great. Fantastic release and good see these guys back. Great rock and roll bar like feel. 'Crazy Bitch' what a song. Don't let this one slip.
||Date: October 1, 2006 at 9:10|
|This cd really rocks for me but y has no one mentioned carousel,IMO probably the best track on the cd. I put it right up there with salt of the earth by crystal pistol.
||Date: October 1, 2007 at 11:24|
|BUCKCHERRY successfully delivered a fantastic material. With a good combination of punk, bluesy rock and roll, southern style, and some sleazy hard rock, tracks like "Onset", "Next 2 You", "Crazy Bitch", and "Brooklyn" are some of the highlights. The best ballad, "Carousel" is like a blend of Radiohead and Cinderella, "Sorry" is a copycat of Oasis' hit, and "Everything" is predictable but catchy-as-hell. Overall this album is awesome!
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: April 9, 2012 at 22:38|
|It looked like Buckcherry were pretty much dead after Time Bomb was a commercial flop, and the band lost members one by one. Then came Josh Todd's solo album (and the less said about it, the better). And somehow, in this industry climate where you just get one chance, Josh and Keith regrouped and came back more popular than they ever were. Their albums have too much filler for me to ever rank them as one of my favorite bands, but 15 is almost as good as their '99 debut. The comparisons to GnR and the Crue are warranted, but, with Josh's nasal yell and Keith's guitar tone and playing style, they'tve always reminded me more of a harder Black Crowes. Highlights for me: "So Far," "Next 2 You," "Carousel," the guilty pleasure of "Crazy Bitch," and "Broken Glass." As always, the band is at their worst when they try to get serious, as on "Everything," and their biggest hit "Sorry."
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