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|2.||No Love Lost|
|3.||Dance the Night|
|5.||Birds of Paradise|
|8.||Deeply Ordered Chaos|
|9.||Avalanche of Light|
|12.||Sound and Fury|
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|From: Wardy||Date: March 20, 2016 at 8:06|
|Bob Rock back on board was hoping for a return to a BeyondGood&Evil sound instead TheCult continue on not too far a departure from ChoiceOfWeapon but the material is overall stronger. Opener DarkEnergy easily the best Cult in eons, it's tasty riff encapsulates both the Electric and Self-titled eras (TheWitch comes to mind) yet no more so than GOAT which has Electric tucked into it's every note & Hinterland is prime-time Cult, Duffy's guitars during the chorus sounding both new and old, worth the price alone that one. While maybe not as instant tracks such as NoLoveLost Avalanche & Heathens demand repeats & DeeplyOrderedChaos is class in both music & lyric although at times Astbury's Doors / NickCave-isms might outstay their welcome!? Regardless, Hidden city is the most solid outing from TheCult in years. Killer songs, performances, huge sound, and LOVE the cover art! Rating a solid 8 perhaps an 8.5 hmmm...|
|From: Metal T||Date: July 30, 2016 at 11:00|
|Another beer coaster...this makes 3 Cult frisbees in a row.Uninspired drivel.In 'No Love Lost' Astbury even manages to throw in some useless leftwinger propaganda :"Hands Up Don't Shoot"...lofl! Time to call it a day,stick a fork in em' they're DONE!|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: July 30, 2016 at 16:43|
|Agreed: Beyond Good And Evil was the last remotely interesting Cult album (annd pretty good at that). But "Hands up, don't shoot." So ... how's that "left-winger propaganda?" Or is it just a hair-trigger knee-jerk on the part of one listener?|
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