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Artist: The Cult

Title: Hidden City

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2016

Label: Cooking Vinyl

Catalog Number: COOKCD621

Personnel

Billy Duffy guitars
Damon Fox keyboards, guitar
Grant Fitzpatrick bass
Ian Astbury vocals
John Tempesta drums

Chris Chaney bass
Bob Rock bass tracks 3, 5, 8, additional guitars
Jamie Muhoberac Keys & piano
Dan Chase Additional drums track 12

Tracks

1.  Dark Energy  
2.  No Love Lost  
3.  Dance the Night  
4.  In Blood  
5.  Birds of Paradise  
6.  Hinterland  
7.  Goat  
8.  Deeply Ordered Chaos  
9.  Avalanche of Light  
10.  Lilies  
11.  Heathens  
12.  Sound and Fury  

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Existing comments about this CD

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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