- Audio CD (7 Feb. 2012)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Universal Music Distribution
- ASIN: B006CCXPTI
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,222,092 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Top Customer Reviews
If you saw them on Jools... you'll know that they are rockin harder than ever.
They have not lost the melodic edge. Also there is great variety in the textures and tempos. Leila's voice is as smoky as ever.
Pity there was no special edition
Now all we need is Fields to top Everything Last Winter.
The first one i bought was CUTS ACROSS THE LAND,which i really liked,kind of rocky,but with an interesting twist that it's hard to put your finger on,then i bought this. Wow,they really are as good as i thought i heard on Jools. A really strong album,great rifs,lyrically intersting,with what i can only describe as a kind of haunting feel to it all. When it rocks,it really rocks,but the slower tracks are really cool too. I am very much a lover of music in general,and when i hear something i find of interest i look for the artist's material and sometimes i'm a little disappointed,this time however,i'm not.
Im loving SWEET BITTER BLUE,EVERYBODY'S UNDER YOUR SPELL and the grand finisher of HOMECOMING,but all of it impresses and no doubt i'll soon be loving everything they have to offer.
Don't you just love it when a newly heard band is as good as you hoped upon first listen,what a rush!
The album's great achievement is to create a dark and haunting atmosphere, whilst at the same time being thoroughly uplifting, making it a joy to listen to. This is down to the strength of the songwriting and perhaps explains why each album takes them 3 years to produce! The band's greatest asset is Liela's vocals. She has a powerful and distinctive voice and sings with great feeling. Her delivery oozes confidence and charisma throughout and displays great versatility to suit each song perfectly.
Every track on here, apart from the last one, deserves its place on the album and there are many standouts. CHERRY TREE starts the album with all guns blazing, a killer guitar riff and punchy chorus. Definitely one to play on repeat! PROCESSION is dark and menacing and very original. VILLAIN is one of the most beautiful songs you'll hear all year, piano based and featuring a stunning vocal performance from Liela. DON'T WAIT is another gorgeous track, very melodic as it builds into a satisfying climax. SURRENDER is deliciously dark, all driving drums and guitars with haunting vocals and a belting chorus. And that's just the first 5 tracks!
It's a shame when great music like this doesn't get the audience it so richly deserves...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For some unknown reason The Duke Spirit missed my musical radar, despite me being a huge fan of female-fronted rock bands. Read morePublished 12 months ago by RobC
Very good tracks but not quite to the standard of the first LP. Still buy though as a welcome addition to any CD collection.Published on 23 Aug. 2014 by Mr. AJ Harrison
This album is well worth getting for the tracks 'Surrender' and 'Everybody's under your spell' The latter should have been used for the Olympics for the lyrics "I could pin a medal... Read morePublished on 23 Aug. 2012 by Bill from Kent
I really enjoyed The Duke Spirit's previous two albums. When Bruiser came out I bought it straight away, and it is by far my favourite out of them all. Read morePublished on 8 Aug. 2012 by C. J. Spencer