Mr. J. D. Moore

Helpful votes received on reviews: 85% (102 of 120)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 35,172 - Total Helpful Votes: 102 of 120
Pale Communion ~ Opeth
Pale Communion ~ Opeth
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
The forums are fit to bursting with fan and critic opinion and reaction to the latest career curve ball from Opeth, and, as an open minded (and admittedly, bit older) fan, I find it hilarious that people can't accept the decision by Mr. Akerfeldt to move away from the days of the death growl onto a more progressive rock pathway with excitement and good grace. I've been a massive addict of this band since Blackwater Park in 2001 and have absorbed each and every album with utter amazement and delight, and I love the aggressive, death metal side of their catalogue as much as anyone, and sometimes I do yearn for a bit of that, but I promise, if you approach this album with an open mind and the… Read more
Alvvays ~ Alvvays
Alvvays ~ Alvvays
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Brilliant stuff. Addictive as drugs and won't make your teeth fall out...which is nice. Sublime pop melodies evoke long summer afternoons up to no good with your first girl/boyfriend down by the train tracks, chucking stuff and snogging. Love the girls voice, just beautiful. Like Veruca Salt and The Smiths had sexy time. So bloody good.
Illusory Blues <a href="">The Messenger</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Illusory Blues The Messenger MP3 Download
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Wow. Out of nowhere comes an early contender for album of the year. Great, sweeping epic tunes infused with Floydian progressive detours, space rock wig outs, pastoral beauty with gorgeous violin solos and good old fashioned blasts of geeetar. In amongst the sonic trifle are some fab, well written melodies and tunes. It's really rather excellent.

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