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The rise, fall, and rise again of The Darkness contains all the ingredients of a classic rock opera. The basics are a matter of public record: unfashionable good-time hard rock band from Lowestoft slog their way around the Camden pub circuit, build a word-of-mouth following that can fill theatres without a record deal, then rocket to world stardom selling over 3 million copies of their debut ... Read more in Amazon's The Darkness Store

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Product details

  • Audio CD (12 Aug. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Must Destroy
  • ASIN: B00006F1KN
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 345,550 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Believe In A Thing Called Love - Darkness
2. Love On The Rocks With No Ice - Darkness
3. Love Is Only A Feeling - Darkness

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David C. Moore on 8 Sept. 2002
Format: Audio CD
don't be fooled by this bands moniker. slip the darkness into yr CD player and rays of pure brilliant sunshine will pour out of yr speakers. they are hot summer haze, a heart thumpin', head bangin' amyl rush. and this is a hands in the air, all together now, future jukebox classic.
vampires will turn to dust in the brightness of their sound. walls will crumble. fisticuffs will break out. frowns will turn upside down. knees will get dirty. beers will be spilt. hearts will be broken.
the darkness aren't stupid. they are very clever, very witty - sonically, lyrically, visually. but they're not up their own arse. they have groupies for that.
the darkness just rock. big riffs, twangly bits of guitar that i can't remember hearing and enjoying so much since i was 13 and liked all that eighties metal.
buy this record and you can tell your friends that you've liked 'em since the beginning. live loud. live fast. keep on living!
As George Liquor might have put it: This is music for real men! Men's music! But Mom's like 'em too!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 27 Sept. 2002
Format: Audio CD
The Darkness only sound like 80's rock if you weren't around in the 80's...but that is not to detract from the brilliance of the Darkness. I heard them on the Radio last week, and from the first second of the song I was hooked. I just had to buy the CD as soon as it came out. If you like, or liked, rock music, but can do without the shouty, rappy, american style - then this is for you.
Utterly mad. Utterly brilliant.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "gta_gangster" on 14 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
Now basically all I'm saying is the truth. You won't find a better rock band than The Darkness.
I am a huge Darkness fan and I have been since I heard the track 'I Believe In A Thing Called Love' on the radio purely by chance as my CD player batteries had died.
Thank the lord for cheap batteries.
I have since then seen them in concert, own EVERY release by them (My 'I Believe In A Thing Called Love' EP and 'Get Your Hands Off My Woman' CD single are signed by every member of the band and Dan the guitarist signed them with love.. I'm strangely proud of that!)
The music is great, its pure, its got something that most of the stuff you hear today lack.
Its got emotion and feeling.
The bass lines are fantastic for a good mosh, the guitar playing is astounding (especially live, Justin played the guitar BEHIND THE BACK OF HIS HEAD), the drumming is powerful and the trousers are tight! Just look at that leotard as well.
Every song you hear by them will have you nodding your head and trying to sing along though you don't really know the words. The 'I Believe In A Thing Called Love' EP is a perfect introduction to The Darkness and each track has it's own feel and sound.
The Darkness are the rock band to lead us into the future.
This band will rock your world, and if you get a chance to see them live DON'T MISS IT!
The Darkness Rock!
-Rich
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "deano_13" on 24 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
When i bought the darkness album, Permission To Land, i couldnt turn it off, its simply the best rock album of the last 20 years as voted by karang. All the songs on the album are excellent especially the new release 'I Beleive in a Thing Called Love' which has to be the best track on there. Like many other people i had originally heard the darkness on the radio which tempted me to get down to the shops to buy this new album. If you havent yet heard their new single i should encourage you to turn on the radio and start waiting. Or you could even just go and buy the album.
I think that the Darkness will be around for a while to come which everyone should be happy about. If you dont like the Darkness i think you should buy the album and appreciate one of the best bands ever in my opinion. So get out there and buy The Darkness's new album Permission To Land.
deano
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "rangolf" on 16 Sept. 2002
Format: Audio CD
With The Darkness we find ourselves closer to the light at the tunnells end: an end nigh'-hand from the increasing monotomy of Nu-metal, rather glib thrash-punk, and unreliable (at best) vocals. Paradoxically perhaps, the freshness of this music bounds from the unexpected -a throw back re-interpretation of Queen-esque sventies rock. Back are the the big guitar solos, high-octave energies, and wonderfully ochestrated backing vocals- which is all the more surprising because The Darkness seem to do so well in pulling it off, without sounding like a collection of anachronisms. ' I Believe in a Thing Called Love ' is unashamedly grande in its poise, and inrepressibly catchy - In fact its almost guranteed to catch you singing like a girl at the top of your voice, jumping around in an flush of well-dreamt rock stardom. Yet there is something rather endearing too painted out in the collusion of Justin's wonderful vocals and the articulated simplicity of the lyrics, as is borne out by the titles on this single. The B-sides continue the splendor of this title track. 'Love on the rocks' again exhibits wonderful vocal talent in frontman Justin, hitched over a more steady grove which complements the fabulously falsetto humour of '. . .love on the rocks with no ice!' being rung out for all to hear. The final track 'Love Is Only A Feeling' displays a more intimate, personal sentiment, curtailed only by its massivly melodic guitar and sing-a-long chorus, which ensures the comic, grandiose feeling throughout, is always retained. A triumph of resplendant darkness! Envelop yourself.
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