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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A LOT MORE THAN THE GUYS ON THE BEACH THAT HATE EVERYTHING, 20 Jun. 2012
Ugly Kid Joe first burst on to the scene with their breakout hit "Everything About You" from their 1991 EP "As Ugly As They Wanna Be" a song which would launch the band in to the mainstream, the iconic video of the band playing on the beach would go on to get heavy rotation on MTV(when they actually played videos) even during the height of grunge it was guaranteed that video would only be a few videos away from its next airing, the resulting album "America's Least Wanted" continued the bands success and would feature another successful hit in the shape of a cover version of Harry Chapin's "Cats In The Cradle". The band would go on to release two further albums 1995's heavier sounding "Menace To Sobriety" which was followed a year later by 1996's "Motel California". However neither album could replicate their earlier success and the band would call a halt in 1997. The band quietly reformed in 2010 without much notice from the music press who once drooled over the band, now 2 years after reforming they are back on the road touring and have released a new EP "Stairway To Hell"

Thankfully it's the 1997 line up that has reformed as it includes drummer Shannon Larkin who joined the band in 1994 and was in part responsible for their heavier sound on the later albums. The album continues the bands heavier trend as it opens with the first single from the album "Devil's Paradise" which has frontman Whitfield Crane delivering a sinister sounding vocal over heavy sounding guitars, the song might be heavy but it does have a nice funk edge to it as well. On the Track "I'm Alright" Crane summons his inner Bon Scott towards the middle of the song as the band deliver an AC/DC-esque breakdown, it shows that Crane has always had an underappreciated vocal delivery.

Possibly the highlight of the album is the track "No One Survives" which starts out slow and quiet before a full on rock assault begins, the song strikes a perfect balance between quiet and loud. "Love Ain't True" which features Fishbone vocalist Angelo Moore as well as Dirty Walt who provide to give the song a real funk sound. The final track on the EP is "Another Beer" which is almost a throwback to "Busy Bee"(from "America's Least Wanted") but with a country feel to it.

So while Ugly Kid Joe might never reach the heights of their earlier success it's great to have them back as they were always refreshingly a band who never took themselves too serious whilst at the same time proving that they're a lot more that than "the guys on the beach that hate everything".


Apocalyptic Love [Explicit]
Apocalyptic Love [Explicit]
Price: £7.99

13 of 18 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars SLASH - APOCALYPTIC LOVE, 6 Jun. 2012
When Slash released his debut solo album in 2010 it featured a wide and diverse selection of artists from the like of Ozzy to Fergie, Lemmy to Adam Levine as well as spots for Nicole Scherzinger, it was an album that worked well and featured a standout track in "By The Sword" sung by Andrew Stockdale of Wolfmother. The album also featured two songs by Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy who would also go on to front Slash's group for his world tour during which he would sing songs from Slash's former bands as well as tracks from the album, so every night Kennedy would be filling the shoes of Axl Rose, Scott Weiland, Andrew Stockdale, Ian Astbury and Chris Cornell it was a job that he performed admiringly as his voice handled all the different ranges. So for Slash's second album Kennedy performs all the tracks, it seems like a natural progression and a working relationship has been built up by the two men.

The album itself "Apocalyptic Love" is a rock fuelled funk filled adrenaline rush of old school rock and roll and it's clear from the outset that the album has one intention and that's to rock, it's an album full of great riffs such as the opening song the title track "Apocalyptic Love" with its funk driven riff that has Myles Kennedy using his full vocal range to drive the song on and features a great sing along chorus. "One Last Thrill" starts out with a scream in the background before Kennedy delivers the lyrics at 100 miles rate; it's a great piece of punk rock. It shows Kennedy has many different styles of vocals. It's also topped off by a trademark Slash solo. There's some great drumming and bass playing from Brent Fitz and Todd kerns on the song "Standing In The Sun", both Fitz and Kerns are part of slash's live band.

The song "Anastasia" starts out with a gentle flamenco style acoustic guitar (think end of double talkin' jive) before kicking into a "Sweet Child O' Mine" riff and changes again and features a great solo from slash as well as Kennedy going from low to high with his vocal. "Bad Rain" has a pure rock swagger about it with its pounding drums and a grooving riff. The first single "You're A Lie" is a good indication of the album with its killer chorus and sleek guitar playing, it shows how much the Slash and Myles Kennedy partnership has grown.

Slash seems to have found his perfect frontman foil in Myles Kennedy and "Apocalyptic Love" is an unashamedly full blown rock album, one that owes much to Slash's 70's rock influences. It will be interesting to see where they go from here as the they continue to gel even more, Slash has stated in recent interviews that making the album was the most fun he's had in a long time and listening to the album its clear to hear the chemistry that they have.


Classic Rock Presents: Apocalyptic Love (fanpack edition)
Classic Rock Presents: Apocalyptic Love (fanpack edition)

27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars SLASH - APOCALYPTIC LOVE, 21 May 2012
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When Slash released his debut solo album in 2010 it featured a wide and diverse selection of artists from the like of Ozzy to Fergie, Lemmy to Adam Levine as well as spots for Nicole Scherzinger, it was an album that worked well and featured a standout track in "By The Sword" sung by Andrew Stockdale of Wolfmother. The album also featured two songs by Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy who would also go on to front Slash's group for his world tour during which he would sing songs from Slash's former bands as well as tracks from the album, so every night Kennedy would be filling the shoes of Axl Rose, Scott Weiland, Andrew Stockdale, Ian Astbury and Chris Cornell it was a job that he performed admiringly as his voice handled all the different ranges. So for Slash's second album Kennedy performs all the tracks, it seems like a natural progression and a working relationship has been built up by the two men.

The album itself "Apocalyptic Love" is a rock fuelled funk filled adrenaline rush of old school rock and roll and it's clear from the outset that the album has one intention and that's to rock, it's an album full of great riffs such as the opening song the title track "Apocalyptic Love" with its funk driven riff that has Myles Kennedy using his full vocal range to drive the song on and features a great sing along chorus. "One Last Thrill" starts out with a scream in the background before Kennedy delivers the lyrics at 100 miles rate; it's a great piece of punk rock. It shows Kennedy has many different styles of vocals. It's also topped off by a trademark Slash solo. There's some great drumming and bass playing from Brent Fitz and Todd kerns on the song "Standing In The Sun", both Fitz and Kerns are part of slash's live band.

The song "Anastasia" starts out with a gentle flamenco style acoustic guitar (think end of double talkin' jive) before kicking into a "Sweet Child O' Mine" riff and changes again and features a great solo from slash as well as Kennedy going from low to high with his vocal. "Bad Rain" has a pure rock swagger about it with its pounding drums and a grooving riff. The first single "You're A Lie" is a good indication of the album with its killer chorus and sleek guitar playing, it shows how much the Slash and Myles Kennedy partnership has grown.

Just like Slash's debut solo album "Apocalyptic Love" comes as a special collector's edition packed along with a special edition of Classic Rock magazine, it contains a pin badge, poster and interviews with all band members, more importantly it comes with two bonus tracks including the Aerosmithesque "Carolina" as well as "Crazy Life".

Slash seems to have found his perfect frontman foil in Myles Kennedy and "Apocalyptic Love" is an unashamedly full blown rock album, one that owes much to Slash's 70's rock influences. It will be interesting to see where they go from here as the they continue to gel even more, Slash has stated in recent interviews that making the album was the most fun he's had in a long time and listening to the album its clear to hear the chemistry that they have.
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Not Your Kind Of People
Not Your Kind Of People
Price: £9.80

10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars GARBAGE - NOT YOUR KIND OF PEOPLE, 14 May 2012
This review is from: Not Your Kind Of People (Audio CD)
It's been seven years since Garbage released their last studio album 2005's "Bleed Like Me", in that same year the band ended a world tour abruptly that saw the band cancel the end of their tour and go on an indefinite hiatus, it seemed the band had reached the end of the road as they were sick of record label interference, life on the road and sick of the sight of each other, after all this is a band that always had a fiery relationship with each other that had seen many a studio bust up. So as lead singer Shirley Manson went off to make a solo album (which has never been released) as well as star in the TV series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and drummer Butch Vig went back to producing albums it seemed unlikely Garbage would end their hiatus. Thankfully that all changed as the band regrouped and confirmed work had begun on a new album that would be released on their own STUNVOLUME label, it seemed that working without a major label suited the band and that they were all getting on and (whisper it quietly) having fun working together again. So finally we have studio album number five "Not Your Kind Of People" an album which features all the hallmarks of Garbage's signature sound of a rock/pop fusion.

The album starts off with "Automatic Systematic Habit" which is a disco filled rock song that has Manson saying she won't be anybody's "Dirty Little Secret", the song has a big pounding beat and some distorted vocals; it's a great way to kick off the album. "Big Bright World" is reminiscent of the Version 2.0 era with its slow build up before exploding into life. The first track we got to hear from the album was "Blood for Poppies" which at the time seemed a strange choice as the lead single but it's a song that will grow on the listener over time and features a trippy breakdown towards the end. One of the standout tracks is "control" with its intelligent use of a harmonica and big beats with a chopped up vocal effect and a great lyric in "It's always darkest before the dawn".

The title track "Not Your Kind of People" which is a slow paced song which has a dreamy 70's sound with a guitar at time not sounding unlike Lynard Skynards "Freebird". If there is one thing Garbage did better than anybody it is on big sounding numbers such as "Vow" from their debut album and with the song "Battle In Me" that is what Garbage do, it's a big sounding track with an aggressive vocal from Manson and a big heavy guitar/drum chorus, it's a song made for playing live. "Man On A Wire" is another stomper that's played at 100 miles per hour. Former Jane's Addiction bassist Eric Avery (who will play bass on the bands tour) plays bass on both "Battle In Me" and "Man On A Wire". "I Hate Love" is another dance rock track that's full of effects.

It's good to have Garbage back with album number 5 which is a strong return for the band and shows there's still plenty of life left in them yet and it seems the time apart has revitalised them and got them on the same page musically again. There's plenty on here for long-time fans of the band and hopefully convert some new fans.


Not Your Kind Of People [Deluxe]
Not Your Kind Of People [Deluxe]
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Price: £9.99

31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars GARBAGE - NOT YOUR KIND OF PEOPLE, 14 May 2012
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It's been seven years since Garbage released their last studio album 2005's "Bleed Like Me", in that same year the band ended a world tour abruptly that saw the band cancel the end of their tour and go on an indefinite hiatus, it seemed the band had reached the end of the road as they were sick of record label interference, life on the road and sick of the sight of each other, after all this is a band that always had a fiery relationship with each other that had seen many a studio bust up. So as lead singer Shirley Manson went off to make a solo album (which has never been released) as well as star in the TV series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and drummer Butch Vig went back to producing albums it seemed unlikely Garbage would end their hiatus. Thankfully that all changed as the band regrouped and confirmed work had begun on a new album that would be released on their own STUNVOLUME label, it seemed that working without a major label suited the band and that they were all getting on and (whisper it quietly) having fun working together again. So finally we have studio album number five "Not Your Kind Of People" an album which features all the hallmarks of Garbage's signature sound of a rock/pop fusion.

The album starts off with "Automatic Systematic Habit" which is a disco filled rock song that has Manson saying she won't be anybody's "Dirty Little Secret", the song has a big pounding beat and some distorted vocals; it's a great way to kick off the album. "Big Bright World" is reminiscent of the Version 2.0 era with its slow build up before exploding into life. The first track we got to hear from the album was "Blood for Poppies" which at the time seemed a strange choice as the lead single but it's a song that will grow on the listener over time and features a trippy breakdown towards the end. One of the standout tracks is "control" with its intelligent use of a harmonica and big beats with a chopped up vocal effect and a great lyric in "It's always darkest before the dawn".

The title track "Not Your Kind of People" which is a slow paced song which has a dreamy 70's sound with a guitar at time not sounding unlike Lynard Skynards "Freebird". If there is one thing Garbage did better than anybody it is on big sounding numbers such as "Vow" from their debut album and with the song "Battle In Me" that is what Garbage do, it's a big sounding track with an aggressive vocal from Manson and a big heavy guitar/drum chorus, it's a song made for playing live. "Man On A Wire" is another stomper that's played at 100 miles per hour. Former Jane's Addiction bassist Eric Avery (who will play bass on the bands tour) plays bass on both "Battle In Me" and "Man On A Wire". "I Hate Love" is another dance rock track that's full of effects.

With the deluxe edition there is four bonus tracks "The One" Which has a big electrical beat throughout, "What Girls Are Made of", "Bright Tonight" which is a laid back number and "Show Me". All four songs are worthy additions to the album and I would recommend if you are a long time Garbage fan to buy this edition as you will want these songs.

It's good to have Garbage back with album number 5 which is a strong return for the band and shows there's still plenty of life left in them yet and it seems the time apart has revitalised them and got them on the same page musically again. There's plenty on here for long-time fans of the band and hopefully convert some new fans.
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Born Villain
Born Villain
Price: £11.00

6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars MARILYN MANSON REVITALISED WITH "BORN VILLAIN", 30 April 2012
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Marilyn Manson return with album number eight "Born Villain" and I got to admit at first I wasn't that excited about another Manson release after his recent lacklustre releases that failed to capture my attention for too long, that all changed however when I heard lead single "No Reflection" which was a heavy slab of rock full of big beats and crunching guitars and a killer chorus. It was like a big slap in the face saying "welcome back". It's liked Manson has rolled back the years and seems to be revitalised again. It already sounds like his best work since 1998's classic "Mechanical Animals".

Opening track "Hey, Cruel World..." starts off gentle enough with an intro thats like "Diary of the Dope Hats" before unleashing a barrage of drums and guitars and a shrieking Manson, it also features a great bass line that drives that song throughout. "Overneath The Path Of Misery" Manson sounds like a song that wouldn't have been out of place on "Antichrist Superstar" and again features some great bass lines (which are a big feature of the album) with big drums and a great sounding synth. There's "Pistol Whipped" that shuffles along with a big glam sound, it really suits the song which has a big groove to it and it is one of the stand out songs on the album.

"The Flowers Of Evil" has a hint of Sisters Of Mercy about it while "Children of Cain" stars off with a big looped beat that captures Manson at his nineties best. "Murders Are Getting Prettier Every Day" starts off at a very fast paced and then gets even faster as the song goes on, and features a big break down that gives away to a crazy guitar solo. Manson was always at his best when he was writing alongside original band mate Twiggy Ramirez and it definitely helps that Twiggy is alongside Manson doing the music as is Chris Vrenna who unfortunately has since left the band. The album also features an interesting cover version of the Carly Simon song "You're So Vain" which features Johnny Depp.

With "Born Villain" Marilyn Manson has returned a revitalised man with his best album in years, it's full of big sounding songs the type he does so well and it does recall elements of his earlier work, just when it seemed Manson had nothing left to offer the music world and seemed to be more interested in his own alcohol brand he delivers his best album in along time.


Blunderbuss
Blunderbuss
Price: £8.99

40 of 42 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars THAT JACK WHITE BEST OF PLAYLIST JUST GOT A LOT HARDER, 23 April 2012
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Last year Jack White suffered two break ups, the first being the break up of his band The White Stripes who after six albums called it a day, the second was the breakup of his marriage to Karen Elson. So it's fair to say Jack White might have a few things he might want to get off his chest and what better way than to it by releasing his first solo album the wonderful "Blunderbuss" Which is an album of many varying styles and finds one of the most gifted guitarists of his generation on great form throughout.

Anybody who misses The White Stripes will be delighted with the opening combo of "Missing Pieces" and "Sixteen Saltines". Indeed the opening and middle parts of "Missing Pieces" sounds reminiscent of "Dead Leaves and The Dirty Ground" and has rich sounding organ and a familiar Jack White solo. "Sixteen Saltines" is the closest to a White Stripes song can be without the irreplaceable Meg White. There's a brilliant cover of the Little Wilie John (written by Rudy Toombs) song "I'm Shakin'" which has White raising his vocal range and is accompanied by excellent background vocals and keeps true to its 1960 roots.

The title track itself is a wonderful low key affair with a White's voice providing the emotion for the song itself as he sings over an organ and strings. On first single "Love Interruption" White's is brilliantly backed up by Ruby Amanfu on backing vocals. On the song "Freedom at 21" White waxes lyrically and features a trademark Jack White riff and solo. The final track on the album "Take Me with you When You Go" which starts out tame enough before changing pace at past the two minute mark into a frenzied assault of fast paced vocals, it's a great way to close out a superb debut album.

Yes The White Stripes are missed big time and there is no way Jack White could create the on stage/studio chemistry that he had with Meg White with anyone else but on his first solo album White has come up trumps delivering an album full of wonderfully wired sounding songs with heartfelt lyrics that reflect his state of mind coming off a tough year personally. Just for good measure his ex-wife Karen Elson provides backing vocals on the album, it also features the drumming of Carla Azar from the band Autolux. "Blunderbuss" is an album that deserves repeated listens and shows even on his own White can deliver music that is essential listening.


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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars AVOID THIS RELEASE AS ITS PLAGUED BY POOR SOUND QUALITY, 7 April 2012
There is now plenty of Nirvana live releases available to buy ranging from 1996s release of "From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishkah" to recent live releases of Nirvana "Live At Reading" as well as the live extras included on the Rereleased versions of the band's first two studio albums "Bleach" and "Nevermind" the thing with all these releases is that they are all official releases unlike "Feels Like The First Time" which is a bootleg version of the bands 1993 Live & Loud performance for MTV and a few Saturday Night Live performances tacked on at the end.

The first thing to say is the sound quality is real poor and fails to capture the magic of the band's sound live, by the MTV performance the band had become a four piece with the addition of Pat Smear on guitar, it does sound like it has been transferred straight from the TV recording of hat show which does feature six tracks from the recently released "In Utero" album. After those ten tracks we get a live set performance from 1992 in Australia, it's got to be said compared to the "Live At Reading" release this sounds awful. At the end we get two live performances from their appearance on Saturday Night Live one being "Rape Me" and the other "Heart Shaped Box".

The only real selling point of this release would be the six "In Utero" tracks as there is not much official "In Utero" material released ("From The Muddy Banks of The Wishkah" does include four) however with the albums 20th anniversary being next year hopefully that will change as this release is off too poor quality to do the band any justice. My advice is if you want to get decent live Nirvana material either get "Live At Reading" or "From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishkah".


Jane's Addiction - The Great Escape Artist [Japan CD] TOCP-71092
Jane's Addiction - The Great Escape Artist [Japan CD] TOCP-71092

4.0 out of 5 stars JANE'S CONTINUE THEIR GREAT ESCAPE!, 5 Mar. 2012
When you are responsible for two of the most groundbreaking albums ever made in 1988's "Nothings Shocking" and 1990's "Ritual de lo Habitual"(the only thing Jane's fans argue on is which is greater!) and you haven't released an album in 8 years since 2003's Eric Avery less "Strays" then there was always going to be great anticipation when in 2010 Jane's announced they were working on a new album with Duff McKagan(guns n' roses, velvet revolver) taking the recently departed(again) Eric Averys place. This would be only album number four in Jane's largely on and off again career and to just add to the confusion McKagan would depart in September 2010 and be replaced by TV On The Radio's David Sitek as well as touring bassist Chris Chaney. It seems however as usual the more problems and troubles Jane's encounter the better they get. As "The Great Escape Artist" is one great album and see's them mixing their old sound with new fresh idea's.

The signs were already good when they released "End To The Lies" earlier this year a song with a opening groove not to unfamiliar to "Ted, Just Admit It" and featuring Dave Navarro's signature heavy full guitar sound. Throw in lyrics like "You talk about me so much, I think you're in love with me" and lyrics like "You never really change like they say. You only become more like yourself". It's a good indicator that the song is about original and former bassist Eric Avery. The other single "Irresistible Force" showed a new experimental sound with the use use of swirling synths and a spoken word delivery by frontman Perry Farrell.

The album itself opens up with the brilliant "Underground" which has a big Dave Navarro riff carry the song through a bit like he did with "Mountain Song" as well as some great tribal drumming from Jane's secret weapon drummer Stephen Perkins. Dave Navarro a man responsible for one of the greatest guitar solos ever in "Three Days" and is on fine form here as he delivers another great solo in the track "Curiosity Kills", it shows Navarro is still one of the best guitar players in the game! On the song "I'll Hit You Back" that's got a great bass line running through and has Perry on great form it and makes good use of synthesizers which surely this is the effect of producer Rich Costey who has produced for Muse and Interpol as well as Dave Sitek influence on the band.

With the track "Ultimate Reason" we get a listen to what the album might have sounded like had McKagan made it the whole way through as this is one of his tracks(he also co-wrote "Broken People" & "Words Right Out Of My Mouth"). The song "Words Right Out of My Mouth" features a great acoustic bridge before Navarro takes us out again. "Twisted Tales" is a great track where all instruments work well together and has a great rhythm running throughout it. On the song "Broken People" the bass starts the track before Perry delivers a lovely slow vocal as Stephen Perkins drums play in the background before Dave Navarro steps in with a heavy guitar riff the compliments the song really well.

With "The Great Escape Artist" Jane's Addiction have answered all their critics who said they had no future with out Avery and while it would have been nice to have Eric Avery along for the ride the band sounds revitalized and with an album that doesn't even take up 40 minutes is one that will add to the legacy of the band even if it never matches either "Nothings Shocking" or "Ritual de lo Habitual"(lets face it not much does) and lets hope they don't self implode once again as on this form I can't wait another 8 years for album number 5!


Dark Adrenaline
Dark Adrenaline
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars LACUNA COIL - DARK ADRENALINE, 23 Jan. 2012
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Lacuna Coil return with album number 6 "Dark Adrenaline" which see's the band return to their heavier root's after their last album the mellower "Shallow Life" which was met with luke warm reviews from both fans and critics. Many long time fans missed the heavier sound the band had developed especially on albums such as "Comalies" and "Unleashed Memories". There is no lack of heavy riffs on "Dark Adrenaline".

The signs were good when the first single "Trip The Darkness" was released as it contains some heavy guitars and great vocal interplay between vocalists Cristina Scabbia and Andrea Ferro. On the track "Kill The Light" which starts out slow before giving away to a heavy riff, it's a song full of hooks. Elsewhere there is "Give Me Something More" which is a song full of melody. Any doubt that Lacuna Coil weren't going to break out heavy riffs are put to bed by the time you reach the 7th song the brilliant "I Don't believe In Tomorrow" which has Lacuna Coil almost sounding like Korn with down-tuned guitars it's both dark and a heavy song, it also features a great breakdown at the 2.40 mark that has Scabbia singing "I Avenge You" over and over.

The songs "Against You", "Upside Down" and "The Army Inside" are all songs that will have Lacuna Coil fan's rejoicing that the band have embraced their heavier side once again, there's even few guitar solos thrown in for good measure. There is also the epic album closer "My Spirit" which at nearly six minutes long closes out the album in style. Not everything works such as the cover version of REM's "Losing My Religion" which just sounds out of place on the album and is a far cry from the cover version of Depeche Mode's "Enjoy The Silence" from "Karmacode".

With "Dark Adrenaline" lacuna Coil have embraced their dark side again with an album full of dark melodies and heavy sounding riffs, the linkup between Scabbia and Ferro hasn't sounded this good in a while, with both vocalists playing to their strengths. Lacuna Coil has hit their stride again with "Dark Adrenaline".


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