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A Delve into the unknown,
This review is from: Kill The Last Romantic (Audio CD)
I'm one of these lads who thinks advertising would never rub off on me. You see adverts and i think well i already know if i like it so why change. The exception to this is easyworld, Reading the music press every week i got bombarded with adverts for kill the last romantic. Reading the little tit bits took my eye and thougt well if it as good as these quotes why not. So off i went to my local high street retailer and purchased this unknown band. On that paticular day i was traveling to london so just as i was entering birmingham i placed it on my cd playa. The moment it starts and the heart felt voice kicks in it's something majestic to hold. The second track was something i'd heard months before but never found out what it was, my face lit up and i swear i shouted yes on the bus to have finally found this track, I was that made up. All melancholy and light till celebrity killer when the guitars and rock side kick in. By track 8 your taken into another heartfelt cry of love by dav. this is truely majestic. More upbeat numbers and bittersweet songs follow untill goodnight. The main bulk of this builds and builds and a banging drum beat getting faster and faster with guitars struggeling to keep up untill in a mighty crussendo your back at the start of the album with a shiver down your spine,looking at starbucks in Victoria station crying with the delight that this album has exceeded your expectations and you are hooked. I'm sure glad i listened to advertising for once. This is truely exceptional. All music lovers should get this. As an aside, check out keane, razorlight and goldie lookin chain. Thank you for reading.