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Pink Bubbles Go Ape Deluxe Edition
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"Pink Bubbles..." admitably has a really strange, even silly title but this is not the case with the song writing. The music departs from the continuous double-bass power metal stile and is enriched with blues and rock influences, together with some more mainstream ideas as well. Some songs are softer than the usual tracks found on the Keeper records, reminding more of melodic metal than power metal, but that's not a drawback for sure.
Without diving into each and every song, I'm going to name only the outstanding ones! "The Chance" is a mid-paced heavy metal anthem. The song contains some of the album's best vocals, an infectious chorus, a jaw dropping guitar solo, impressive bass lines and is the most known track from this release. "Mankind" is a great progressive epic, with wonderful musical and vocal variations. "Someone's Crying" is the only song that could be categorized as pure power metal (fast double-base drumming), a truly memorable track with fast guitar solos, a wonderful chorus and impressive drumming, that hankers back to the band's previous outputs. "Kids of the Century" is another fast song with clever lyrics, another great chorus and outstanding guitar solos. Finally, "Your Turn" is a beautiful rock/blues ballad with amazing vocals.Read more ›
As with 'Keepers .. part II', many of the lyrics are upbeat. The tongue in-cheek 'Heavy Metal Hamsters' opens with the riff from Deep Purple's 'Rat Bat Blues'. Recommended.
Highlights: 'Kids Of The Century' power metal on speed, the excellent mid-paced 'Number One' with its catchy melodic chorus and the first appearance of the band's trademark vocal/guitar harmony hook, the epic 'Mankind', the face-paced 'The Chance', the power ballad 'Your Turn'
I was surprised when I first heard the title but still eagerly awaiting the record. I was fairly impressed with the lead in single Kids of the Century, indeed its still a cool track today. But when I finally got my mitts on a copy of the full record, to say i was confused would be putting it mildly.
I still cannot see to this day, the logical progression from the epic twin set of the Keepers albums to this mish mash of euro pop/metal and a song called Heavy Metal Hamsters. Its not that the record is really that bad its just.....where had our Helloween gone???
Some decent songs but very strange for Helloween and the beginning of the decline.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this as it was cheap to fill a gap in my collection. A few good songs on the album, but tracks like Heavy Metal Hamster are banal.Published 6 months ago by trading standards student
For a rock album,it just never takes off. No real stand out tracks.Published 14 months ago by Roger