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Artist: London Calling

Title: The New Sensation

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London Calling The New Sensation Album Cover


Category: Pop/Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Dirty Byrd Records

Catalog Number: DBR 001


Jamie Rowe vocals, guitar
Jon Gilbert guitar, piano
Matthew Martin bass
Derek D Sorrells drums, lead vocals on Country Girl


1.  Song About Nothing  
2.  New Sensation  
3.  The Astronaut Has Landed  
4.  Haunting Me  
5.  Junk  
6.  Supernatural Girl  
7.  You Make My World Go Round  
8.  Just Got Back    Cover: Cheap Trick
9.  Track Nine  
10.  Wonderland  
11.  Daydream  
12.  So in Love  
13.  Country Girl  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: August 15, 2004 at 22:50
Just had this one the other day so why not put down a comment now?! Basically, this CD is f*cking great! Good snappy modern hard rock with few fillers. The first song is cool, and most others are great too. Forget the name of the song, but the one with the lyrics, 'I only wanna make you happy...' is my fave. Track 9? I don't know, but killer song, as is 'So in love' - one for the traditional melodic hard rock fans. Great CD. 7.5/10

From: AOR freaky Date: August 16, 2004 at 5:20
My God, Geoff rate this higher than Survivor's 'Vital Signs' ! Now we know again what kind of taste you have, Geoff ! A very bad one, mate ! This is the kind of modern bagger that makes me sick and that gives music a bad name. Even more, you can't talk about music in this case here. Avoid like the plague ! 0/10 Sorry for the band, but I should be ashamed to release this ! And you, Geoff, well, rest in peace, my friend. I don't think you will have a happy, long life if you listen to this !

From: James Date: August 16, 2004 at 10:12
If it isn't a strict 80's sounding 'AOR' then freaky will not say anything good about a band. I wonder how many times he will comment on how much he hates this CD. hey Freak, all you have to do is comment on it once and we get the point you don't like any bad that doesn't fit into your little box. This cd is very fun-filled melodic pop. If you like 40ft Ringo then you will enjoy this. Jamie Rowe has an amazing voice that can go from the AdrianGale sound to the London Calling sound seamlessly

From: AOR freaky Date: August 16, 2004 at 15:07
I doesn't always have to sound strictly eighties sounding to like it, my friend. Read other comments of me, James ! But this is CRAP just like 40ft Ringo is ! Nu-breed is CRAP, if you like that or not ! When will you guys have some taste ? ! Listen to Britney, Christina, Jessica etc., that's also pop, but even better than this ! Need I say more ? !

From: Geoff Date: August 16, 2004 at 20:08
Yes AOR Freaky, keep proving your worth as a man of any musical knowledge or taste at all. You picked it! This CD is exactly like Britney, Jessica and Christina! The vocals are identical, the big rockin' choruses, the cool riffs and awesome catchy hard rock songs. That's exactly why I like Britney and exactly why I like London Calling. You're a musical genius AOR Freaky! Sorry for every thinking you know nothing about music at all, how foolish I was!

From: tomcat Date: August 17, 2004 at 17:01
aah, this belgian dude digs this cd and i must say Jamie has his heart on the right place...

From: Ardian Date: August 19, 2004 at 3:26
Jamie Rowe at his worst. Jamie's got a very good voice and he wastes that talent here. I actually don't mind nu-breed if it's done with class (ie: SR-71) but this is pretty much "nu-breed by numbers". Nothing outstanding at all. One for fans of childish nu-breed ala Blink 182.

From: Marla Date: August 21, 2004 at 11:30
Jamie Rowe on lead vocals....'NUFF SAID!!!! LOL!!! OK....that being said....this is not my favorite 'genre' for Jamie's voice....I do prefer him with AdrianGale. (I know...get over it!!) BUT....it is good stuff!!! And he's doing what HE enjoys.....so more power to him! On this.....I really like "So In Love", and "Country Girl", and "Haunting Me".

From: tomcat Date: October 29, 2004 at 6:14
very good release, maybe one of my faves within the genre, altough the genre is kinda new for me...My favorite tune is: 'the astronaut has landed'..

From: TIM (2) Date: October 29, 2004 at 6:42
There's a lot of rubbish coming from the modern rock scene. Every week there are about 200 discs coming out with about 199 of them sounding exactly the same. Sadly this falls into that category as despite a lot of high-energy musicianship and excellent vocals, the songs just aren't catchy enough. This reminds me a little of 40ft Ringo, but it's way off in terms of quality. I do like this genre, but as with anything in fashion the market gets flooded with albums like this. Very average IMO. 5/10.

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: February 6, 2009 at 0:27
uhmmmm Punk rock + Alternative Total disaster, this group deberia be in another side and not here...

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