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|From: Axe Slinger
||Date: June 30, 2011 at 1:27|
|Wow. I truly don't know what to say. I simply don't know who they think is going to like this stuff that is a Queensryche fan familiar with their other material. There may be 3 songs that I could stand to hear again but there isn't much to offer for repeat listens. The lyrics are just.......awful. They better be "Dedicated to Chaos" because there will be plenty of it after hearing this stuff.
||Date: June 30, 2011 at 12:45|
|I will not listen to this. Queensryche is dead!
|From: Nick C
||Date: August 30, 2011 at 11:42|
|I may be in the minority here or even Around the World (geddit?), but I like this album a lot. I guess I was expecting the worse when reading reviews and have held off buying it for a month or so but in the end grabbed a copy. Possibly that low expectation has worked in it's favour, sometimes when things are overhyped (W.E.T. or B Firetribe) I get them and feel completely let down. Anyway the 1st 6 tracks for me are great, not keen on At the Edge but then the album picks up again. Towards the end it gets a bit hit and miss as I'm not too friendly with I believe, Wot We Do, I Take You or Big Noize (although Big Noize seems to get better every listen). So that works out at 11 tracks out of 16 that I like. I can see why hardcore QR fans might not get it (but surely I'm one to an extent) Got it Bad For You has a kind of funky feel in parts which may put them off for instance but the endless cries for the return of Degarmo get tiresome, none of the people shouting this....cont
|From: Nick C
||Date: August 30, 2011 at 11:49|
|...as I was saying....none of the people shouting this are rallying around his Spys4darwin project which is/was a real effort to get through. Maybe Tate/DeGarmo need each other in the way Tyler/Perry do - but he contributed to the vastly underrated Tribe which got slated too. Anyway...I liked American Soldier to an extent but to me this album is much better and a decent step forward in the right direction. Much better than OMC II and the now unwelcome (in this household) revisitations to the Mindcrime projects....not sure I'll ever get the Mindcrime at the Moore album.
||Date: September 12, 2011 at 0:57|
|Let's face it. They really haven't put out a great album since "Empire". I agree with the Nick C. The songwriting and songs have suffered without those 2 as a tandem. Tate really can't sing high anymore either, which makes the sound less versatile. Those who where blown away in the day I think are very underwhelmed now.
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