3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
this is for me, the best kt album so far.
every track is great and there are some real lovely moments on this album.
the first listen was a bit slow, but i tend to find this with albums that have a bit of depth to them.
ive listened to the album 3 times today and pleasantly have noticed something different each time.
i have a very wide taste in music (the other 2 cds i bought this week are megadeth and richard wagner) and buy a lot of music so tend to be critical and know right away if its a keeper or to be recycled.
this album is a definite keeper. i will be listening to it for weeks i reckon and hope it is as successful as it… Read more
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
overnight sensation is one of the finest albums of motorheads career. one of the top 5.
unfortunately though, it arrived at the very start of a commercial revitalization for the band which left it very much overlooked.
in 1996 motorhead were seemingly rediscovered and a lot of their classic 70's and 80's albums were reissued along with plenty of marketing in kerrang and metal hammer etc.so really didnt stand a chance.
at the same time overnight sensation was in the shops alongside the new issues of ace of spades, overkill, bomber etc.
this is a great album with some really great tunes. a few surprises like harmonica solos, acoustic guitar and the… Read more
8 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Im going to keep this very short. At first listen as always I'm never sure.
After the 2nd listen I was totally hooked and have listened to this flat out since then.
A great Kiss album all in all. Quite different from the last one (Sonic Boom), but has all the hallmarks of past Kiss greats.
Not a single duff track on the whole album.
Favourites for me - Hell or Hallelujan and Eat your Heart Out.