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Artist: Black Stone Cherry

Title: The Human Condition

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2020

Label: Mascot Label Group

Catalog Number: 0810020502480

Personnel

Chris Robertson vocals, guitar
Ben Wells guitar, vocals
John Fred Young drums, harmonica, vocals, synth
Jonathan Lawhon bass, vocals

Tracks

1.  Ringin' In My Head  
2.  Again  
3.  Push Down & Turn  
4.  When Angels Learn To Fly  
5.  Live This Way  
6.  In Love With The Pain  
7.  The Chain  
8.  Ride  
9.  If My Heart Had Wings  
10.  Don't Bring Me Down    Cover: ELO
11.  Some Stories  
12.  The Devil In Your Eyes  
13.  Keep On Keepin' On  

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: November 13, 2020 at 3:48
I've been up and down with this band throughout their career - underwhelmled by their first few albums, and then really loving Magic Mountain and Family Tree. So when BSC announced they were moving away from the more rock 'n' roll feel of those two favorites, and back to what they consider to be heavier territory, I was not encouraged. Upon first listen, though, this is still fairly inline with the most recent few releases in terms of the overall feel. Maybe put it alongside the Kentucky album from 2016. My initial impression, however, is that the songs themselves are just kinda boring, with a lot of similar-sounding, singsong melodies that cause the songs to run together. This band has always had a lot of potential, but so often, they end up just sounding so bland and average. I do like "Ride," "DOn't Bring Me Down," "Keep On Keepin' On" and maybe a couple other songs, but aside from that, nothing stood out for me.

From: Doug Date: February 22, 2021 at 20:30
I kinda agree with "Doghouse" above, but I would say I like this better than him. I think it's worth a spin. I rated it an "84."

From: Doug Date: February 22, 2021 at 20:31
Oops, meant to say an "86."


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