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||Date: December 17, 2015 at 12:39|
|when i see the pictures in the booklett i think that these guys are not very young and have a solid experience in music.the three first songs are a fireworks of melodic rock,and after these three songs i was very exicting to listen the others songs.wow what deception the rest is very average ,except track 6 'better days'(a top class hard f m song).the rest is decent a o r,the other songs have their moments.some passages are excellent ,others very average.the complete cd don t hooked me ,even if the singer is excellent and the production is great.i can add that the japan bonus track is an acoutic version of track 3 ,the hit 'best of me'.this record will be in my future auctions (next monday).
|From: Axe Slinger
||Date: January 3, 2016 at 15:07|
|I'm not sure what Pete G. didn't like about the In Faith music as I thought that was a stellar disc. The same can be said about BRS as well. They add all the little nuances such as vocal harmonies, multi-layered guitar parts, etc. that makes melodic hard rock so enjoyable. Good all around but "Better Days" is superb. 90/100
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: January 17, 2016 at 13:16|
|For me this is a very pleasant album done by middle aged rockers ...Melodic Rock with a bit of an AORish flavour plus some Def Leppard influence here and there(especially when chorusing)is what i listen in here...tracks 1,2,8,9 & 11 are the ones for me but in general lines the whole album is in my pocket as some other songs(softies and mid tempos)are kinda approachable too...enjoyable stuff,at least to me...90/100
|From: hair metal again
||Date: April 22, 2016 at 2:08|
|impressive debut for BLOOD RED SAINTS with their sound being def into the FM territory and i can hear some DEF LEEPARD X era influences too!many great songs and hooks and a lot of heart into the music!"it feels a lot like love","best of me","the best thing",'better days " are superb songs!didnt expect it to be so good!
|From: juan carlos
||Date: June 23, 2016 at 0:54|
|One of my favorite albums of 2015 indeed! Good production/Songs, Melodic Rock at its best! "Wrapped Up in These Arms" "Feels a Lot Like Love" "Best of Me" "Love Set Me Up Again" "The Best Thing" are songs that you should NOT stop listening! Great job guys! 90/100
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