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||Date: September 17, 2018 at 7:37|
|A very good release that trully follows their signature sound, more specifically, their last two albums. It doesn't have the same impact of 'Coup de Grace', but it's slightly better than 'Ghost of Graceland'. Most of the songs are catchy, but I was not very impressed with the last 3 songs. 'Tomorrow Never Comes' is a ballad with a nice piano introduction, but then it turn out to be a generic and a bit boring song. 'All Bets Are Off' and 'Undefeated' closes the album in not a very impressive way. But 'Progenitors', 'Best of Enemies', 'Rose of Jericho', 'Creeps', are excellent. 'Always Have Always Will' and 'Build the Love' are the highlights for me. Track 13 is the japanese bonus track, an acoustic version of 'Tomorrow Never Comes'. 87/100
||Date: September 19, 2018 at 3:32|
|Album en estilo completamente idéntico al disco anterior GHOTS OF GRACELAND, la diferencia que en este las canciones son mucho màs flojas a la vez que totalmente previsibles, ya que suenan igual que el disco anterior
||Date: September 19, 2018 at 3:34|
|Album in style completely identical to the previous album GHOTS OF GRACELAND, the difference that in this the songs are much more loose at the same time as totally predictable, since they sound the same as the previous record. Not bad record, but, more than the shame of GHOSTS OF GRACELAND
||Date: September 19, 2018 at 9:20|
|Hi edukiki, I was a bit disappointed with the 'Ghost of Graceland' album because there were no up-tempo songs. In 'Tunguska' there are plenty of killer ones: 'Progenitors', 'Always Have Always Will', 'Best Of Enemies', 'Creeps'...
||Date: September 19, 2018 at 22:07|
|Now THIS is more like it! Treat's latest album shows that the Swedes can still write a killer song or 12. There are no bad tracks here (maybe some a little weaker than others, but nothing skip-worthy) and it's full of fist-pumping anthemic hard rock. "Rose of Jericho," "Build the Love" and "Undefeated" are all earworms that are impossible not to sing along to. Nicely done lads!
||Date: September 20, 2018 at 13:22|
|melodic rock give the mark of 98 for this album.i dream.treat turn in round.this album is only decent and exactly in the same vein of their last record.not catchy for me."coup de grace" is an exceptional record and a fantastic come back.but after........
||Date: November 26, 2018 at 16:51|
|Damn that i love this band Sooo Much But,,,, i hate to say this so much,,, I miss something ,,the spark,,the feeling of Dreamhunter,,the pleasure principle !!!!!! of course TREAT is and will stay an Wonderful band,,,but ??????? The 80s was so much Better,,,,
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