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|From: the rocker
||Date: September 28, 2018 at 13:05|
|Can not wait!
||Date: September 28, 2018 at 16:31|
|the first song is an atomic bomb , a hit the rest is great, in the vein of danger danger but like in their debut album the songs are too much repetitive.the choruses are not very catchy i ve the feeling to hear these songs one millions times even they are good.it s an easy a o r too much easy.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: October 20, 2018 at 19:32|
|Decent modern AOR/Pop release with catchy songs as expected and obviously with nice vocals as well.."Give Me Love" & "Life Ain't Like This on the Radio" are my fave cuts in here but tracks # 1,7 & 11 are also accepted.80/100
||Date: October 22, 2018 at 8:30|
|Last years debut album was quite possibly my album of the year, and came completely out of left field as I had not really expected much from it as I was not familiar with Teenage Casket Company (Robs previous band) and not impressed with the Rob fronted Tigertailz album. What was also a surprise was how quickly the announced the follow up album. When an artist rushes out a second album within a year of the debut it usually means one of two things, you are either gonna get a rushed product with less than sterling songs or the band had so much great material from the debut sessions that they found it hard to pick material and realised that why release one album when you can release two. So far this has not really bedded in like the debut, but then again it only arrived today, but what I can say is that it is more of the same great melodic rock as the debut. It is full of hooks and sing along choruses as well. If you loved the debut, you cannot go wrong with this.
|From: the rocker
||Date: October 22, 2018 at 17:34|
|This is a great follow up to the debut!Production is slightly better, but the songs are just as good to me.Love Give Me Love, so good. Other favorites are, Life Ain't Like This, Gave Up Giving Up, You Don't Understand Me,Hard To Get Over, Takes One,and Until The End. But in all honesty there really isn't one bad song!
|From: Gidd Bigo
||Date: November 16, 2018 at 12:46|
|I don't listen to many new albums over and over again; there's too much new music out that I want to try. But this CD is an exception. I listen to "Give Me Love" and close my eyes, and I can picture the video that would have gotten huge airplay on MTV back in the day. The chorus is infectious, but I think I like the bridge even more. Great, great stuff.
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