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Louder Harder Faster
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||Date: May 12, 2017 at 17:53|
|honestly i ve never understand the great reputation of this band.all their cd s was decent but not more.never extraordinary ,never a spark of class.not bad but only decent no more.i m fan of robert mason ,he is an excellent singer with silent witness he have made a super job.ok with him warrant is better but they stay a second zone hard rock band.they don t plays in champion s league.
||Date: May 24, 2017 at 19:21|
|I have been listening to this CD all day today, and it's a solid release, IMO. I know many scoff at Robert Mason now at the mic, sometimes never allowing the band to move beyond Jani Lane, but I have to say I think 'Louder, Harder, Faster' is mighty good. 'Rockaholic' was/is fantastic, and while not quite as strong as that one, this new release rocks. Worth a spin.
||Date: June 6, 2017 at 16:07|
|Warrant arrives with their 2nd release with replacement vocalist Robert Mason. Its a step in their evolution of continuing as Warrant without Jani Lane. This album is a more or less a rock album, but doesn't impress all the through. There are tracks that are heavy guitar-oriented, and a couple of ballads in their for good measure. But whats off about this album is nothing on here is memorable or stands out. This album feels rushed in the writing process or just selection wasn't up to par. Its lacks the pizzazz and energy flow lack 'Rockaholic' offered, which had emotion to it. Not all is bad here, but the Merele Haggard cover is pointless even as a bonus track. 'U in My Life (#5)' is a weak ballad and offers nothing to the album. Its a new Warrant, not the old of the '80's. The world has to move on from that notion to appreciate the continuation of Warrant here. I just think the curse of Sophomore blues, got a hold of this one a little. HIGHLIGHTS:# 1,2,3,4,6,7,10,11. MY RATING: 72/100
||Date: June 27, 2017 at 13:09|
|Saw these guys over the weekend. "Louder Harder Faster" tune is definitely a good addition to their set list. They also played "New Rebellion" and the throwaway (in my opinion) Merle Haggard tune. This song is like Toby Keith's "Red Solo Cup," (actually a better tune) I guess the hope being to get folks in the party mood. Good show, but after years of touring, you can see the guys are pretty much on auto drive. I will say though, Robert Mason totally does the heaving lifting for this band. Did a fine job as front man, dude can sing.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 27, 2017 at 16:20|
|I actually like Haggard's original version--much better than the brainless "Red Solo Cup." But Warrant's version comes off as flat and pointless as almost every hard-rock cover of a classic country song.
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