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||Date: March 5, 2002 at 0:25|
|THIS WAS A HELL OF A COMEBACK FROM OUT OF NOWHERE VERY COOL SONGS AND KELLY HASEN STILL SOUNDS KILLER
|From: M. Allen
||Date: March 8, 2002 at 17:33|
|This is a killer comeback album, quite possibly the best of the band's career, taking their 80s-influenced hard rock sound and giving it a tough, powerful edge. Kelly Hansen sounds great, his vocals exuding some real bite that meshes perfectly with the music. Maybe it's not the "classic" HURRICANE sound many diehard fans hoped for, but it's still one of the top melodic metal releases of 2001 and guaranteed to rock you like a...well, you know.
||Date: March 13, 2002 at 15:03|
|I read an interwiew with Kelly Hansen. He said that in "liquifury" the songwriting follow the traditions but there is also an evolution. I agree with him. Hurricane never sounds so hard, Liquifury is darker than what they made before. But I like it, Kelly still one of the finest hard rock singer the passion he put in every single note is amazing. I miss the fun of songs like Dance little sister, but also heart made of stone is great.
||Date: March 24, 2002 at 19:46|
|Not the same band who recorded the 1st 3 albums in any way, shape or form. Talk about shattered dreams. If you hold the memory of Hurricane in any regard, then do not buy this album. They now resemble a Judas Priest/ Iron Maiden pub tribute band instead of the massive-sounding melodic rock band they once were.
||Date: March 24, 2002 at 21:41|
|Harvey...glad to see someone else agreed with me...while not a terrible CD...NOT what I and you remember Hurricane for...maybe if we never heard the prior stuff we would like it but it cant come close to the power tunes they put out prior...to say its an amazing comeback/killer? NOT...again only my opinion...people go crank Girls are out Tonight..then the new stuff and see what u think/see if Im right.. I do miss the old stuff...ALOT...Quote the WidoMakr....never more
|From: glammie monster
||Date: May 14, 2002 at 1:59|
|Wish i hadn't bought it. The intro clip of the idiot messing with his stereo gets your hopes up, and then... what a let down. Maaaaaaaaan.
||Date: July 3, 2002 at 0:49|
|I grew up listening to this bad and thier first three albums kicked ass! Then there was no more Hurricane. Finally 2 of the original members get back together and use their old name, "Hurricane" To say the least, this album is fair! There are a couple good songs on it, but not really enough to keep you listening to it over and over like the first three. Quite disappointing, really.
||Date: January 10, 2003 at 19:58|
|This album grows. Initially, I didn't like it very much, but now I think is a real good album. It's the same kind of rock they did before. Judas?? Maiden?? Listen again
||Date: January 11, 2003 at 15:31|
|This album sounds big "overproduced", but it´s average, dull Hardrock, only one song was cool, but I can´t remember which. In fact Hurrican made one and a half good albums. "over the edge" and their EP.
||Date: April 28, 2003 at 2:12|
|I thought this was a more melodic and take some chances CD for Hurricane. "New God", "Bleed For Me", and "River Gold" rock. "Happy To Be Your Fool" is a real good ballad. This is an excellent comeback CD. It takes what they did in the 80's and built upon it. Great CD.
||Date: June 15, 2003 at 2:57|
| A very energetic and hard hitting release, with a tougher sound and darker feel than anything these guys have been involved in previously. The record touches on familiar styles, but carves it's own destiny by moving in this new direction that I think will please most fans. Above all else, most of the tracks are strong and memorable and contain enough hooks and melodic moments to rate highly with those who expect a certain style with any album with the band name Hurricane on the cover.
||Date: September 5, 2003 at 15:06|
|I don't know how anyone could pan this record. I think it actually rocks MORE than the previous two with better pacing that 'Over The Edge' and better songs than 'Slave'. Every song is an uptempo corker to my ears. Hansen is the most underated vocalist going these days. I cannot wait to hear his solo album this fall. 8.5/10.
||Date: October 24, 2003 at 18:17|
|Let's not forget why we started listening to Hurricane in the first place. It was fresh and "Rocked". Liquify has its own idendity and it is off the scale. I definitely recommend this effort. Give it a few listens- and make sure it is LOUD.
||Date: November 7, 2003 at 13:08|
|¿alguien q me diga q tal esta este disco? en español porfi! Gracias!
||Date: January 21, 2004 at 13:20|
|A mi no me ha gustado, Robert. Es hard rock normal. Es que no tiene nada. Píllate los Token que te estás perdiendo un gran disco. Nos vemos, nen!
|From: TIM (2)
||Date: July 9, 2004 at 4:20|
|This one surely crosses the line from the hard rock they're famed for into metal territory. Apart from "Heart Made of Stone" and "Happy to be your Fool" it bares no similarity to what went before it. Can't say I've ever been a massive fan of Hansen's vocals, while I appreciate the emotion he puts in he just doesn't have the range (listen to the Perfect World CD if you don't believe me), but he does suit this style better. Not as good as expected, but a OK listen in it's own right. 7/10.
||Date: January 14, 2005 at 8:42|
|I never heard of any of their music and purchased one of their earlier albums off of Amazon.com and should be receiving it in the mail in a few days. I have heard a lot of good things about this band through metal magazines and heavy metal websites. This band is supposed to be one of greatest heavy metal bands out there to this day! Can't wait to listen to their music!
||Date: February 12, 2005 at 22:32|
|'Heart made of stone' is a cool track and overall this is a good solid album. But this one definately misses the killer tracks, no doubt about it. Solid, but not awesome. I'd love to hear another new one with a real attempt at melodic hard rock bliss. I always thought these guys had one truly stunning album in them... and hope it's still in them.
||Date: July 28, 2005 at 12:11|
|This CD is such a strong comeback......better than any other comback of this genre. The songs are so rippin' and classic. Could stand next to "Slave" any day. So impressed. This is coming from a true rocker who HATES all new shit. Love it! Trust me
|From: Dead Planet
||Date: July 28, 2006 at 14:14|
|Got to say that this one is a classic IMO. Songs like "Heart Made of Stone", "Happy To Be Your Fool" and "Bleed Me" just blow me away. It's difficult for me to compare this release to their previous stuff since I haven't heard the first 2 and I have "Slave to the Thrill" on cassette somewhere?? but haven't listened to it for many years, Hell I haven't turned on my cassette player in 10 years...it probably doesn't work anymore!!
||Date: November 24, 2006 at 2:33|
|I apologize to the guitarists on this project but I would have LOVED to hear Aldrich rip with this list. The rest of the band sounds great but the guitars sound mapped to me. I like the CD, it's a great place to start a comeback with the Hurricane name but getting Aldrich involved could do wonders in the melodic vain.
||Date: February 23, 2007 at 1:13|
|Look..it's ok. If you love that real 80's sound of classic hair metal, and you loved .. over the edge album...then don't get it. If you want it to put in your collection to listen to every now and then...go for it. There a maybe 2 good tracks...but the rest is definately not...like over the edge. 7 or 8/10
||Date: June 16, 2010 at 16:39|
|A good album. A bit heavier than their past releases. Kelly's voice is still as powerful as ever and the songwriting is top-notch with great melodies. I recommend this highly.
||Date: September 17, 2011 at 20:31|
|I've just given this another big listen and want to add a few things to my last review. Shelter is one of their best tracks with very powerful vocals and guitars. The album is worth the purchase for this one track I think but there's more. Happy To Be Your Fool, New God, River Gold are great rockers and In My Dreams is a above average ballad. This is their most consistent album with very few fillers.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: September 20, 2011 at 21:53|
|Last album recorded by Hurricane with only 2 original members,singer Kelly Hansen and drum player Jay Schellen...this album basically has the guts needed to close the band's chapter in the music bizz quite well...my faves are "Intro" wich is a great little one with that kind of radio dialing thing,"River Gold" a good rocking track,"New God"(yeah!),"Heart Made Of Stone","Bleed For Me","Shelter"(yeah!) and "Promises"(nice poppy B/T that is one of the 2 Bonus tracks of the japanese release)...recommended album...87/100
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