4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This review is from: Borrowed Time (Audio CD)
I personally think that it is a great album. Although DH set themselves a very hard task of trying to better the piece of genius that is Lightening to the Nations (I think that they are back in the same possition at the moment following up AWBR, it's going to be hard to top. However, I sense the band are quite confident and I feel that they have gone that one better ).
Anyway, back to Borrowed Time.
The album is fantastic and the shining gem has to be Call Me (which I really hope has made it's way into the new set list). That song really strikes a chord with me being at uni, having to clear out of Leicester during the holidays and leaving my gf and all my friends - "To tell the truth I don't want to go, So say you want me to stay, You are more than all to me, This is no game that I play" - just great.
Then there is of course the title track and In the heat of the night, which I am sure any songwriter would be proud to call their own.
In fact, there is not a bad song in there. Just one of those albums that you can put on and rock out to every track! Although, I do wonder why they felt the need to have Am I Evil and Lightening to the Nations in the track list, but can you listen to those track too often?