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Devil In The Details
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|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: April 26, 2015 at 13:34|
|Ummmm...probably the band's weakest effort in their career ...i mean the band sounds in here like they want to be like a mix of 7Th Heaven(a band that i really like) and all the modern rock stuff that is around at this very moment losing in them the attractiveness and catchy Glam Metal/Hard Rock with a more or less 80's feel that they had done up to now...there are some good tunes in tracks 1,3,6,8,10,11(the best cut IMHO) & 12...the japanese edition brings a B/T called "Never Enough"...hope the next release is better than this one as they are now turning into a "up & down" band...65/100
||Date: May 26, 2015 at 3:08|
|The Rickster must have listened to his GOLD standard album "Michael Bolton - Soul Provider" right before reviewing this album with his rating. In my book this album is much better than the band's last 2 albums, and dare I say second only to their debut "Metal Will Stand Tall (2006)". The Poodles are down to their original singer and drummer for band members which may explain why the group has bounced around in styles on their last 6 albums with mixed results. What was missing on the last several albums (catchy songs) is here in spades as the band deliver's with booming production, crisp vocals and hooklines that kept me coming back for repeated listens. They deliver a more straight forward direction and are not are not afraid to occasionally experiment by enriching their sound with some more modern elements,like on the track (What the Hell) which is one of the weakest tracks, but what the hell, there aren't many. This album is worth the ride as I think the band is back on track.
||Date: May 29, 2016 at 5:06|
|This is the sixth album from The Poodles so they have the right to do a little experimenting do they? Minor things in the production keeps things fresh and listen to the drumming. There are hardly any straight tempos, beats break and the drummer does interesting things to spice up the songs. I love this band and this album is no exception. The melodies have always been their strong point and Devil In The Details offers yet another dose of classines in that department.
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