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||Date: December 20, 2012 at 9:34|
|To be honest this isnt a bad album, in fact its pretty damn good, but its not the album I expected. During 2010/2011 Adlers Appetite released three amazing songs, two of which certainly harked back to the classic GNR rockers of old, and one ballad which was a bit more modern. Now we have the band Adler rather than Adlers Appetite and things have changed. The lead single The one that you hated, certainly sounded promising for something akin to those Appetite songs just with a more modern touch. But the rest of the album just didnt live up to that promise. As I say, its a good album, but has more of a modern slant to it than I had hoped. I think you have to listen to this without comparing the songs to the Alive or Stardog to fully appreciate whats on offer here.
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