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Category: Modern Hard Rock
Label: Universal Republic
Catalog Number: UPC 0602527541983
|1.||2 Sides of Me|
|2.||All American Nightmare|
|3.||What Ya Gonna Do|
|6.||Waking Up the Devil|
|7.||Red Tail Lights|
|10.||Put That Record On|
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|From: Sam||Date: April 1, 2011 at 17:16|
|Hinder...modern Hard Rock, and I wish they had more success, cause they've got a lot in common with the 80's bands. I loved their second album, and they went a little heavier with this one. "Waking up the devil" and "Striptease" (a lot of Bon Jovi in it) are the best rockers, "Red Tail Lights" and "The Life" the best ballads in my opinion, but overall it is a very good record. A special mention to Austin Winkler's voice; it's weird, it'husky but powerful and I like it a lot.|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: April 12, 2011 at 11:35|
|One of the biggest things hindering this band from wider appeal may very well be Austin Winkler's gravel-husked voice, which is definitely not going to be appealing to everyone, especially those who think every singer should sound like an '80s rock god with multi-octave range. What is appealing about this album are the songs themselves, which, while not quite as over-the-top as the ones on "Take it to the Limit," are still all full of catchy hooks and come sporting a heavier edge. Love it or hate it, the choice is yours, but this is currently the sound of popular hard rock in America. AOR/melodic rock purists are probably going to have nightmares after hearing this, but modern hard rock fans should slurp this up like a vampire guzzling hot blood from a fresh-cut carotid.|
|From: Sam||Date: April 13, 2011 at 8:05|
|@metalmaniac777: Maybe you're right, but that's a shame, I always thought that Winkler's voice sounded a lot like Axl Rose, actually I believe he's a better tone than Rose's, but that's just my opinion.|
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