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Kill The Power

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Skindred Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (27 Jan 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: DoubleCross Records
  • ASIN: B00EQ79XY2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,772 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Kill The Power
2. Ruling Force
3. Playing With The Devil
4. Worlds On Fire
5. Ninja
6. The Kids Are Right Now
7. We Live
8. Open Eyed
9. Dollars And Dimes
10. Saturday
11. Proceed With Caution
12. More Fire

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Skindred, Britains best live band, are set to kick things off for their forthcoming new album 'Kill The Power'. The band will be taking over Reading and Leeds Facebook pages from 6.30pm GMT on Monday 19th August 2013 ahead of their main stage appearance on the 23rd August. The band will answer fans questions and premiere a new track 'Ninja' taken from the eagerly anticipated new album. With over 500,000 albums sold, fourpiece Skindred are one of the UK's best live bands - regularly headlining festival stages from Bogota to Bosnia and beyond... This year the band will play to audiences of over 2 million. They are also set to make their Reading/Leeds festival debut on the mainstage in August 2013 with with unique blend of rock, metal, reggae, roots and dub. Skindred will release their eagerly awaited new studio album,'Kill The Power', in early 2014.

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2014 album from Welsh rockers fronted by ex-Dub War vocalsit Benji Webbe.Includes 'Kill The Power'.

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3.0 out of 5 stars "So Disappointing it Breaks Your Heart" 4 Feb 2014
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So say the lyrics, so is the album.

As I assume is the case with everyone else, I heard 'Ninja' and 'Kill the Power' and I was really looking forward to hearing the rest of the album. Unfortunately the rest of the album is disappointing. The other tracks lack what got me interested in Skindred in the first place; it's not hard-hitting, there aren't catchy riffs or choruses and they haven't pushed any boundaries. I think my main problem is they've tried to be something they're not; 'Ruling Force' tries to be The Prodigy, there are a few times where they've tried to be Enter Shikari, and 'World's on Fire' sounds like something you'd get from Nicki Minaj. It's not a bad album, there are some decent songs, but it's not up to the standard of Babylon, Roots Rock Riot, or Union Black. If you don't have any of those three, get them first.

Live they're still absolutely incredible, and 'Ninja' and 'Kill the Power' are fine additions to the riot. Sometimes when you hear songs live you change your mind, but 'We Live' sort of killed the show as the first encore song. Not even 'Warning' could fully recover what had been a fantastic set. I was disappointed with Shark Bites and Dog Fights and then they came up with Union Black - I'm hoping for a similar recovery next time out.
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2.0 out of 5 stars A crushing disappointment! 10 Feb 2014
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After the truly phenomenal 'Union Black' my anticipation for this album was very high indeed.

Unfortunately it is not at all what I was expecting.

The album starts strongly enough with the Title track but quickly goes downhill.

It has none of the 'edge' of Union Black, lacks the killer hooks, monster riffs & dirty beats, these have been replaced with boring, generic riffs, cheesy lyrics & commercial sounding hooks & choruses.
The songs Saturday & More Fire are particularly awful. The former wouldn't sound out of place on a 'Greenday' album the latter on a 'Bruno Mars' album.

A terrible album from a great band.

Back to the drawing board for the next one please guys.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome 20 Mar 2014
By James
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I have been listening to it non stop for about a week. Love more fire and We Live. Would recommend this to anyone.
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5.0 out of 5 stars awesome CD 2 Mar 2014
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I'd recommend this CD to any metal fan....absolutely awesome !! Great mix of tempo for every mood. Mine's in my car.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another Brilliant Album by Skindred! 2 Mar 2014
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As always a Rocking album as only Skindred can do.
If you like any of their stuff .. highly recommended .. they rock!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic! 21 Feb 2014
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I'm not great at writing reviews, but I can say any fan Skindred should not be disappointed with this album. I'm just hoping they tour the U.S. again soon!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stuck In My Head 20 Feb 2014
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I read some of the less positive reviews of this album on here, and was a bit put off. Then I decided, sod it I need a new CD for the car and bought this anyway. At first I could see why people were negative about it, the tracks just didn't seem right. However after listening to the album about three times I actually found myself with some of the tracks going round in my head at work. I think this is probably one of the more balanced (some real bouncing tunes, and some more chilled ones) that I have heard of theirs since I first heard Babylon.

The only down side to the album is, to my knowledge, this is the only album Skindred have released with 'explicit' lyrics, which is a bit of a shame as I have always used them as an example of how just because your metal/hip-hop you don't have to swear all the time. I know it is only Ninja and Kill The Power, but still a bit disappointed with that.
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4.0 out of 5 stars KILL THE POWER !!!! 15 Feb 2014
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Shortly after a friend of mine got me into Skindred, I pre ordered this album. The package I got was the CD (signed), A T-shirt and a sew on patch.
On to the Album when I first listened to it I was a little disappointed with it. The reason for this being the title track had been slightly changed from the single version, this makes you feel slightly unfamiliar. The following tracks Ruling Force and Playing with the devil, move away from Skindred's sound and introduce a lot more electronic influence.
Worlds on fire, Ninja, The kids are right now and proceed with caution sound much more like Skindred's earlier material it still has slight electronic influence to it, however contains the occasional shout near the ends of songs ( worlds on fire and proceed with caution)
We live and Saturday are the two weakest tracks on the album and have a lot more of a generic punk sound.Open eyed is a experimental song starting with vocal and effect intro, which then quickly drops into a heavy riff, before slowing down and continuing with the song, the vocals consist of Benji and Jenna G. Dollars and dimes is much more of a drum and bass track, the intro starting with a drum beat and then leading swiftly into a rhythm section which carries on for the majority of the song, it is very experimental song but works well with Benji's vocals. More fire is a slow song that you can just relax to, It doesn't sound like any other Skindred song but works and finishes the album well ( I can relate it to Guntalk)
The more you listen to this album the whole way through the more it grows on you. I like every song on the album beside Playing with the devil, because it has to much wub and not enough Skindred.
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