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The Beautiful Letdown ~ Switchfoot
The Beautiful Letdown ~ Switchfoot
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars cool stuff, 3 Oct 2003
This album is class! The first song is amazing and really easy to play on the guitar. A lot of the songs are in D major so the chords are easy to work out. There's some really wild songs like, Meant to Live, Ammunition and Gone, which are class. And there are some cool chill out songs like, 24. You gotta check out the bass in The beautiful letdown - track 7. Its so cool and bassy. Turn it up loud and feel it!
Flying ~ Grammatrain
Flying ~ Grammatrain
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This is an early album from the band, Grammatrain. Each track is of a similar nature, full of a rich texture of guitars, a strong, passionate voice, and many electric guitar solos, making you want to jump of your seat and dance to the music. ;-0 My favourite track is Jonah, telling the Biblical story; Jonah and the Whale, in an amazing style, making the story even more interesting. I think this is a great album and I recommend it to all metal fans or heavy rock fans.
Legend Of Chin [Australian Import] ~ Switchfoot
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars first and best, 7 Jun 2003
This is one of my favourite albums ever. It is probably Switchfoot's best album, full of talent and excellent use of instruments. The style is very cool, funky rock. The lyrics are not entirely Christian, but are still positive and well thought through. Each song is easy to relate to, especially if you are of a younger age, for example, teenagers and students.
Some of the best songs, in my opinion are: Chem 6A, Might have ben hur and concrete girl.

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