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Black Stone Cherry

17 July 2006 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 17 July 2006
  • Release Date: 17 July 2006
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Copyright: 2006 The All Blacks U.S.A., Inc.
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  • Total Length: 46:18
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  • ASIN: B001F1BLB0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,476 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Spider Monkey HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 19 April 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is one of the few albums I wish I could give more than 5 stars to! It is excellent. The sound is raw and the riffs grab you, give you a good shaking and don't let go, and nor would you want them to! Each song is powerful and is perfect summer rock. They remind me of AC/DC, Led Zep and even Audioslave in places. I bought this on the back of an Amazon recommendation, and the reviews written here, and have to say I add my whole hearted endorsement. Go buy this album, you will not be disappointed. A top band and I can't wait for more.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Magic Moon on 22 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
Finally i can listen to a whole album were i dont think that every song is as boring as the next with 2 corr larrys playing...., This album basically says to all the mainstream bands this is how to play instruments, how come is it that the bands unknown are the best:D, this is a top class gem of a album!!! Full marks from me!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Oli on 17 April 2007
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This usually isn't my thing, but there's nothing wrong with broadening your horizons is there? I was pleasently suprised with this. It's the sort of music you want to roll down your windows in your car and turn up full blast so everyone can hear it. It's the sort of music you go driving to on late, hot summer evenings, and the sort you have playing at a reasonable level at BBQ parties in your back garden. Generally it's feel good rock n roll with a dirty, Southern edge to it.

Highlights are 'Lonely Train' because of the awesome riffage at the beginning and for the two songs that follow it 'Maybe Someday' and 'When the Weight Comes Down' which are both sing-a-long anthems in the making.

So if you think you're a metal guy through and through, but have a soft spot for rock n roll, give this a listen. For fans of Clutch and Black Label Society, but with a hint of old school rock and roll also.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. skinner on 6 April 2007
Format: Audio CD
This band here ladies and gentlemen is magic! The clean/crisp/flouent guitaring accompanied by the rich/strong vocals by lead singer Chris Robertson, is purely what makes this band amazing. The tone, the rhythm, and the vocals are unique -- and if Black Stone Cherry keeps heading in this direction, the band will surely be able to separate itself from the influx of other bands who have been riding on the post-grunge alternative metal circuit since the '90s. Pure gold! Until your have this album...you really do not know what you are missing!! It is a MUST buy!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stargazer616 on 22 Jun. 2011
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Now, I'm writing this album after having many years to listen to it. However, I think its important that I rave about this album for a little while. It might not be the next Appetite for Destruction, in that, it doesn't exactly change the face of Rock music forever. In fact, this entire album is pretty derivative and the influences of BSC are proudly borne on their sleeves (and allusion to the song: 'Long Sleeves' from their second album). However, this rooty-ness is not a bad thing at all. This is a modern rock band, with old school influences, not a band like Evile who try and sound from the 1980s, they're modern but traditional. This album is full of big riffs that could be from Lynrd Skynrd or Gus G but with a distinctive sound that unites the whole album.

That is the core reason this album is so darn good. Each song has its own personality but all come from the same place musically and have a unity that makes for a really strong, cohesive album that hits hard but also entertains.

A quick breakdown of the tracks:

1. Rain Wizard: Chris Robertson screams 'Hear comes the rain' and the riffage smashes into you like a Somalian Rugby player. It is a perfect opener, is absolutely breathtaking live and has everything a song should have. It has the meaty riffs that give it substance, a fitting solo and a sing-along-chorus. It redefines what a Stadium Rock song should be, in my opinion. It is fresh sounding, but critic pleasing and I think it sets the Black Stone Cherry formula of Riff-Verse-Chorus-Solo that works so well for them, because they do it so well. 9/10

2. Backwoods Gold: One of the good things with the album, one of the things that give the album longevity, is the element of sonic experimentation that these guys are capable of.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Liam on 18 April 2007
Format: Audio CD
Black Stone Cheery are an interesting band, they just sound so laid back, this album is full of sing along songs and is just generally great in every way. its gone back to the old more classic style of rock n roll, cut down on the solos, the technicality and speed and sounds like it was written in the 70s but was lost in some guys basement and only just re-discovered.

stand out songs for me are 'Backwoods Gold' and 'Lonely Train'

for fans of 'Zakk Wylde' 'buckcherry' and 'ACDC'
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. N. J. Henderson on 17 Nov. 2008
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What a truly amazing record this is.
Five 20 somethings from Kentucky have delivered a fantastic album bursting with Hard Rock sounds and Southern Rock influences, the end result is quite breathtaking.
Opening rocker "Rain Wizard" sets the tone, (a song which lyrically tells a great story, by the way) followed by "Backwoods Gold," another superb Hard Rock song.
It's on the final three tracks though where the album really starts to shine, these songs are musically perfect, they flow superbly and they sound brilliant.
No real power ballads on here, perhaps this is the only thing missing, but those types of song are purely down to personal listener preference rather than a staple song of any hard rock band.
Best Track "Rollin On"
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