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|From: Japangea||Date: December 30, 2012 at 17:58|
|Without Kosta? He left?|
|From: CC||Date: December 31, 2012 at 14:47|
|Yeah, he left earlier in the year as he has a lot more commitments outside the band.|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: January 14, 2013 at 8:51|
|Melodic hard rock fans look forward to a new CD from Pink Cream 69 with the same excitement as a horny teenage boy whose prom date has just promised to go down on him at the end of the night. Well, once again the band does not disappoint, cranking out a pretty damn good album full of sharp hooks and memorable choruses, all engineered and produced with flawless precision. Yep, the boys have done it again...God bless 'em.|
|From: the rocker||Date: January 23, 2013 at 18:18|
|I got this and the new Crashdiet from itunes, what an awesome couple of days I've had. Really liking this a lot. As you would expect, great production on hand, guitar playing is great, song are really good. Special,The Tide,Wasted Years,Big Machine,Right From Wrong,I Came To Rock,and King For One Day are all fantastic! I recommend.|
|From: Axe Slinger||Date: January 24, 2013 at 13:14|
|PC69 has been one of my favorites since Electrified. While their formula has been consistent since 1998, there have been some fillers here and there. Ceremonial is no different. It's very good and has elements of all previous discs since Electrified with some fillers. If you like this band, you'll probably like this disc as it will sound very familiar. 89 / 100|
|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: January 30, 2013 at 19:02|
|After going through PC69's discography and after 11 studio albums this band does not have any greatest hits release. The closet they have come is 'Live in Karlsruhe (2009)' which is a excellent 2 cd concert set. IMO this release is slightly lower on the PC69 bar than 'In10sity (2007)' and a solid step behind their creme of the Readman era' crop 'Electrified (1998)' & 'Sonic Dynamite (2000)'. In fact as far as song writing and catchy/consistent tracks I would put up 'David Readman S/T (2007)' above any PC69 album in the last decade. Hopefully he will have a follow-up. Back to this album, I'm not big on the modern sounding track 'Special' which has some annoying voice over dubs by some dingbat. Probably a girlfriend of one of the band members to make her 'ONE' with the band. 'Land of Confusion' is a strong opener, but after repeated listens 'Ceremonial' doesn't have that one or two stunner tracks that keeps me coming back for more. Good, but I expected more after a 5+ year hiatus.|
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