Mr. Chad Davies

Helpful votes received on reviews: 58% (22 of 38)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,781,423 - Total Helpful Votes: 22 of 38
Need You Now ~ Lady Antebellum
Need You Now ~ Lady Antebellum
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Why do they do this? Is it so hard to believe that people in the UK wont appreciate the more country sound? If you're thinking of buying this, DO!!! but do yourself a favour and buy it from and get the US release which is better in my opinion. I love this album, hence the 5 stars by why do the record companies think they have to butcher it before it's released over here?
Death Magnetic ~ Metallica
Death Magnetic ~ Metallica
7 of 22 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars YAWN, 24 Sep 2008
Overhyped boring tired rubbish.

Once they were great, now it's just embarrasing.

It doesn't matter how much of an angry face Lars puts on, his 'drumming' style is simplistic, outdated and lets be honest there are better five year old on you tube. AND THAT SNARE! What the hell is that about? It's like he suddenly decided to make a drumkit blue peter style.

This whole album sounds like a jumbled mess. They're clearly trying too hard to sound technical and intelligent (failing in the process). The riffs are pretty standard, the solo's are join the dots rehashes and Hetfields vocals are about as convincing as a labour party political broadcast.

Why a… Read more
Versus [Jewel Case, Bonus CD + Poster] ~ The Haunted
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Another excellent album by these guys. Hugely talented and way too underrated. If you like Metal, put down that disappointing stale badly produced Metallica album and start listening to a band that stay fresh, relevant and far removed from the tired cliche's of the 80's.

The production sounds great, there is a much more live feel to this album which adds to the intensity. The drums sound awesome, stay away from the trigger Per it suits you! The guitars just as dirty and crunchy as ever but still with more than enough clarity that they don't start to sound like a bumble bee in a net curtain. The melodies cut through nicely. Dolving's vocals are just as good as ever too, the guy… Read more