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DayDream Anonymous
DayDream Anonymous
Price: 6.35

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars BEST InMe ALBUM YET, must have for any music fan., 5 Sep 2007
This review is from: DayDream Anonymous (Audio CD)
nMe were basically dead this time last year, and now look what they've achieved, this brilliant piece of music. WELL DONE BOYS!!!

Iv managed to get hold off this album couple days before release by total fluke, and i must say, it is amazing. In fact I'm listening to it through for the third time as i write this, and its getting better and better.

Its a departure from the debut Overgrown Eden. And manages 2 take the odd best bit from there 2nd album White Butterfly,

However.

This Is A Whole new InME. An ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE INME. An InMe in overdrive. There isn't a bad song here, It keeps going all the way and its relentless. A problem i had with white butterfly was it kinda got too slow after track 10, but with this, its pure rock through to the end.

And , MY GOD! these guys can play! this album is so dam technical, its amazing 2 here such good playing, I don't think there are many albums out there in the British Rock scene at the moment with as good guitar work, you'll notice this mainly on the faster songs obviously, Especially the opener, Myths and Photographs, that basically sums up how complex and how catchy the rest of the album is.
All the songs stand out and Id say at the moment my favorite songs are...
Raindrops on Stones, and , Cracking the whip..

Any Fan Of InMe , this is a MUST HAVE! if you didn't like them before, try it and I'm sure you'll be pleasantly surprised.
BUY IT NOW!

These Guys Deserve to be HUGE!


Daydream Anonymous [Limited Edition]
Daydream Anonymous [Limited Edition]
Offered by Fulfillment Express
Price: 13.52

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars BEST InMe ALBUM YET, must have for any music fan., 5 Sep 2007
inMe were basically dead this time last year, and now look what they've achieved, this brilliant piece of music. WELL DONE BOYS!!!

Iv managed to get hold off this album couple days before release by total fluke, and i must say, it is amazing. In fact I'm listening to it through for the third time as i write this, and its getting better and better.

Its a departure from the debut Overgrown Eden. And manages 2 take the odd best bit from there 2nd album White Butterfly,

However.

This Is A Whole new InME. An ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE INME. An InMe in overdrive. There isn't a bad song here, It keeps going all the way and its relentless. A problem i had with white butterfly was it kinda got too slow after track 10, but with this, its pure rock through to the end.

And , MY GOD! these guys can play! this album is so dam technical, its amazing 2 here such good playing, I don't think there are many albums out there in the British Rock scene at the moment with as good guitar work, you'll notice this mainly on the faster songs obviously, Especially the opener, Myths and Photographs, that basically sums up how complex and how catchy the rest of the album is.
All the songs stand out and Id say at the moment my favorite songs are...
Raindrops on Stones, and , Cracking the whip..

Any Fan Of InMe , this is a MUST HAVE! if you didn't like them before, try it and I'm sure you'll be pleasantly surprised.
BUY IT NOW!

These Guys Deserve to be HUGE!


The Paramour Sessions
The Paramour Sessions

2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Surprise Comeback Album of 2006 - Papa Roach Reborn., 10 Sep 2006
This review is from: The Paramour Sessions (Audio CD)
This Album surprised me...in a very good way, I was expecting another disapointment like their third Album "getting away with murder". However this is a totaly different animal. Its so much bolder and realy shows a band that arent afraid to blow away any steorotypes of themselves.

Its original compared to the current music scene and is a COMPLETE transition from their NuMetal days. Theyve prooven to be a band that can out live the nu metal stereotypes and can go from strength to strength. It cant be compared to infest as is so different but i'd go as far as saying its their most positive work to date. Papa roach have been reborn and this prooves it.


City Of Evil [Pa Version]
City Of Evil [Pa Version]
Price: 7.72

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Anveged Sevenfolds Definative Album!, 13 Mar 2006
A7X are an incredible band. theyve release 3 albums, all worth of a 5 star rating. they have been signed to a major label for album 3 (City of Evil) and (for the ignorant moaning people ) have NOT sold themselves out.
There are many differences in this and Waking the Fallen. In my opinion this makes no difference the the overall awesome-ness of the record.
So what if the screaming is gone ...it doesnt make it LESS metal. Its just as heavy as the other albums because it makes up in incredible Maiden - esque guitars and Heavy Metal solos.
Each track is as in individual to the to the the other. They all show a band wanting to try something new and something that excites them personally.
In my opinion, this album has a Guns N Roses attitude to it which works very well.
My favourite tracks are :
Burn It Down,
Sidewinder,
The Wicked End,
MIA


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