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Neon Wasteland [CD]

Serpico Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (25 May 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Wesayso Records
  • ASIN: B00261E0PM
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 362,212 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5.0 out of 5 stars A stonking piece of punk tinged metal 21 May 2009
Format:Audio CD
I was expecting this album to be pretty good after the excellent EP and some stellar live performances touring with the likes of Wednesday 13, Black Stone Cherry and InMe among many others but I was surprised how accomplished it is. A couple of the tracks will be familier to fans of the band but the new material here shows great progression in their style with added maturity and oomph! There are no weak tracks here and this Edinburgh quintet know how to grab you by the proverbials and make you pay attention. For a highly melodic band there is no short change on the metal aspect but a number of nods are given to different genres and influences in particular punk, NWOBHM and some alternate rock. Definately one for most metal fans but if you are into punk, alternative rock/metal and even more mainstream rock I would definately check this out as it will surprise a lot of people.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One for the essential list 8 Jun 2009
By Chizz
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Definitely worth a listen. One now on my regular iPod playlist, and having recently seen them live for the first time, looking forward to the 26th June in Edinburgh for the next time.
Brings back lots of good memories of 80s and 90s metal and everything in between. Good to hear a band not just following the current trends and doing what comes naturally and bringing the house down.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Solid Debut Album 15 Dec 2009
By L. Kimler - Published on
Kind of a Pop/Metal album injected with a bit of punk, Neon Wasteland is a respectable debut. Right out of the gate is 'We Own the Night', with enough energy to pump you up for the rest of the album. 'Kultura' shows their punk side at its strongest - one of the better songs of the album. Next is 'Devil's Brigade', with a catchy guitar riff mixed with somewhat shaky vocals but a strong chorus. The prelude leads into 'Last Honest Cops', a song I consider to be their cornerstone (the movie 'Serpico' with Al Pacino, dealing with corruption in the NYPD, OMG I GET IT!!!), once again a catchy chorus repeated a few too many times but given a few mixes at the end to make it just a little better than bearable. 'Godforsaken' has a good mix of time and tempo and a neat little guitar solo and drum fill toward the end. 'Feeling Minnesota' is fun, but hard to comprehend the lyrics, and has a great guitar solo and hardcore breakdown section. 'Alkaline Nights' is poppy and drug-related, catchy with good harmonies but too much like Nickelback for me. Next is 'Kings and Queens', full of cliches but catchy and just a little heavy nonetheless. '400 Blows to the Head' is grungy yet fun, another one of the better songs of the album. 'Modern Holy Trinity' is my least favorite, unoriginal and just not attractive. 'Glasseye' is the only 'ballad' of the album, a very metal-style ballad at that, almost reminds me of Metallica (minus the epic guitar solos, etc) in style. Ending with 'Nothingness & Infamy' (formerly 'Los Perros'), a kind-of Bad Religion theme going on with the 'oooooh's, a somewhat anthemic finish to a solid cd.

Top Tracks:
1. We Own the Night
2. Kultura
6. Feeling Minnesota
9. 400 Blows to the Head

Honorable Mentions:
4. Last Honest Cops
5. Godforsaken
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