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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Inside Out
Catalog Number: 79690
|8.||I Just Want To Live|
|10.||I Don't Know|
|12.||Go Tell Somebody|
|13.||Love And Rockets (Hell's Screaming)|
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|From: Wardy||Date: September 10, 2012 at 7:55|
|This is probably their best of the recent releases. The package is here, cool cover art packaging (be sure to pick up the digi deluxe with bonus tracks) and the majority of the songs are top notch. A strong religious slant returns but certainly not to a level anyone not so inclined need worry about (personally think it brings more substance to the material), and thankfully a good many of the tunes kick along at good speed ALRIGHT being prime example of a good fun gallop, ROCKET SHIP oozes the lushness of yesteryear King's X and GO TELL SOMEBODY brings the groove. Of particular note are MOOVE which is a King's X classic through & through, and the stunningly brilliant LOVE & ROCKETS (HELL'S SCREAMING) & boy does this one scream! Driven by a nasty bassline is masterful the song bites lyrically & this one alone is worth the album purchase! XV may not quite peak the lies of Faith Dogman or those early classics, but finally we have King's X back in top form this one comes highly recommended!|
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