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Backyard Babies (eAlbum Deluxe)
 
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Backyard Babies (eAlbum Deluxe)

18 Aug. 2008 | Format: MP3

£7.99 (VAT included if applicable)
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Video: Fuck Off And Die (Explicit)
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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2008
  • Release Date: 18 Aug. 2008
  • Label: Spinefarm Records UK
  • Copyright: (C) 2008 Spin-Farm Oy, under exclusive license from Billion Dollar Babies / Versity Rights AB.
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  • Total Length: 48:29
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  • ASIN: B004QAUY9M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Format: Audio CD
Picked this album up when I saw them play In the Garage, Glasgow, 5th Sept 2008. If you havn't been to see them - GO SEE ASAP! This Is the type of band that should be headlining major music festivals. Real music fans should unite, stick two fingers up to T In the park etc! Go and watch brilliant, honest rock bands like the Backyard Babies for £11 and prepare to be blown away! The new album Is excellent, go buy!
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A few things we can count on in the rock world; Steven Tyler never ages, Axl Rose and Slash will never make it up, and Backyard Babies will release consistenty great albums. Since they burst onto the scene with "Total 13", a genuine punk rock classic which rivals Guns N' Roses sneering 1987 debut "Appetite For Destruction", Backyard Babies have moved on to become one of the most loved rockers on the planet thanks to their never-changing line up and sheer quality of their LP's.

The band have not released a bad album, period. And that doesn't change here.

This LP sees the band get back to their classic raw sound once more and it won't take long to realize just how much you have missed this band in the two year wait - in fact the moment you hear Nicke Borg's classic raspy tones hit the chorus of the opening track they'll become your new favourite rock band. Backyard Babies are truly infectious, simply because they live it, it's all real.

The band's previous LP, 2006's "People..." suffered somewhat in the shape of having amazingly catchy tracks which seemed to have awesome chorus but not a strong verse (or vice versa) and this trend hampers the second song on this LP, "Degenerated". The verse work is truly among BB's greatest and Borg's voice is absolutely perfect however the chorus lets an otherwise top rocker down.

The instant punk classic "Drool" sits amongs Backyard Babies' already glowing back catalogue and will instantly remind you just how important Backyard Babies are to a rock scene which is genuinely missing any real rockstars currently. This track is tied as the standout track on a very good, solid album by the terrific Nomadic and Saved By The Bell which we will cover in just a minute.
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Arguably their most consistently excellent release since Total 13, though they've never done a bad album, just one or two that maybe aren't quite as brilliant as the others. Sweden's finest and certainly most enduring band with an unchanged lineup going back over a decade now despite not achieving the large scale success they deserve, but as we all know there's no justice in the music biz.

I picked this CD up at the band's recent gig at Barfly in London and they pulled much of the set from the new album. While I'd never advocate dropping such classics as UFO Romeo, accommodating the new songs proved a wise move as FOAD, Degenerated, Idiots, Nomadic, and especially Come Undone are all superb. The latter is the pick of the bunch on this album -- catchy and uptempo and kickass, vintage Babies. Nicke even emerged for the encore to play his solo Saved By The Bell, featuring a lilting melody that makes the song work despite being a departure from the norm.

Dregen sings more lead on this album than on previous ones, but that's no bad thing as it mixes it up more with Nicke's trademark excellent raspy voice (he's never sounded more like Social Distortion's Mike Ness than on Back On The Juice, by the way).

While a few of the songs aren't quite as immediate as the aforementioned ones, this album is a real grower and I found that a few spins of the whole thing while out and about in my car had me rapidly grooving to it all. There really isn't a bum track on it, although honourable mention must go to Zoe Is A Weirdo for the Ramonesy title alone. It's also another fine burst of Babies punk 'n' roll.

Backyard Babies produce consistently great albums and are a top live band. Long may they continue.
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