J. Arthur

"Axl"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 65% (46 of 71)
Location: U.k
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 374,521 - Total Helpful Votes: 46 of 71
The Taking ~ Duff Mckagan's Loaded
The Taking ~ Duff Mckagan's Loaded
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Duff Delivers AGAIN!?!?!, 18 April 2011
Without a doubt this is easily as good or let alone better then Loaded's excellent debut album Sick which for me personally had some of Duffs best songs in his career along side Velvet Revolver and Guns N Roses. But this album proves that you never lose your talent and leaves me delighted and surprised. I thought as i rushed to the shop and put the disc in the car CD player that it would be Sick part 2 but how wrong I was. There a lot of strong tracks and as a whole is a album worth getting I really don't understand that if you like total rock music why you have not got this along side the bands first album. The Taking is a tad darker and based on reflection like the songs King of the World… Read more
Grace/Wastelands ~ Pete Doherty
Grace/Wastelands ~ Pete Doherty
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I loved Babyshambles and only came across them recently and got all of there releases including Down in Albion,The Blinding E.P, Shotter's Nation. So i wanted to discover more and i came across the Libertines and added both albums to my collection. But i was rather interested in this album after seeing in the credits that Graham Coxon. The guitar genius from Blur(Another of my favorite bands) and Adam Ficek from earlier Babyshambles releases on drums.

So when the album arrived and i listened to the album from start to finish i knew that Pete had taken a whole new direction. Every single song is acoustic guitar based and is rather gentle as well as soul searching. This is Pete… Read more
We Are All We Have ~ Casualties
We Are All We Have ~ Casualties
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
-Intro-

I must admit this album really puts the pink back in the cheeks of modern or recent punk releases. On The Front Line was a album that reached boundaries that even legendary Exploited could not reach. Under Attack was another powerful album with the same excellent stranded of songs. But We Are All We Have blows every other street or hardcore punk band out the water these guys really know what anger and aggression is no questions asked this Casualties releases is just as good maybe even better than previous albums.

-Sound of the Band-

This album would not be a true Casualties with out the fast pass mind blowing screaming passion that Jorge has in his… Read more

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