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Power and Volume Limited Edition

4.6 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD (25 Feb. 2013)
  • Limited Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B00AIQPYGG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 115,640 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Power & Volume
  2. Free Fall
  3. Midnight Vulture
  4. Top Of The World
  5. Attila
  6. World Domination
  7. Love Bombing
  8. Damnation
  9. Meriola Blues
  10. Meat
  11. Change Coming
  12. Yeah!!!

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This has to be one of the best albums of 2013 so far, a true rock album bursting at the seams with great vocals, lots of wonderful guitar work bass and drum, these guys have it all together, no favourite track/tracks because the whole album is great from start to finish, strongly recommend to any rock/metal lover, just buy it you will be glad you did.
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You'll have fun spotting the influences - everything from Hendrix to Led Zep to The Who, all played superbly and with enough to make it distinctive. It's aggressive and hard, and one of the most exciting albums released recently - not a dud song on the CD. It's billed as Swedish "Freedom Rock", which is a load of nonsense of course, but check out the YouTube videos for a flavour. If you like hard hard rock, played with attitude, you'll most likely rather enjoy this.
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I listen to a lot of rock music, and this is the best hard rock album I've heard in ages. It grabs you on the first listen and then gets better. Great riffs, fiery guitar solos, punchy bass and drums. The band have obviously listened to a lot of UFO, Zeppelin and (early) Van Halen, and the singer is channelling Brian Johnson, and they produce a glorious, energetic noise. No power ballads in sight, this is proper rock music. Essential.
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I heard a track on Classic Rock magazine's free CD and liked it. So I took a punt on buying this album. I'm glad I did. It's power trio rock (plus lead singer) at its most down and dirty. Most songs are up tempo hard rockers and the sound is really solid with the drums nice and high in the mix. Perfect for driving to! All these four guys need to do is polish up their songwriting a bit to get the 5 star treatment. A very enjoyable first album and they show plenty of potential.
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I became aware of this band from Classic Rock magazine, who wrote a review of their debut gig in London. I liked what I read and did the next logical thing and found their videos on YouTube. A couple of reviews said that the singer wasn't very good, which just goes to show that some people don't really understand rock music. Think of a combination of Bon Scott and Brian Johnson and you're not far from the truth. This has to be one of the best debut recordings I have heard - and I have listened to a lot of rock music over the last 25 years or so. They are definitely influenced by British bands - the rhythm section sound like Entwistle and Moon - and there isn't a filler track in sight. If you like rock music (and I mean honest rock music) then do yourself a favour and buy this cd. You won't be disappointed.
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This is an outstanding classic metal record. I have read elsewhere that it sounds like AC/DC or Judas Priest but actually the closest sound to my ears is Accept at the top of their game. Some Scorpions feel too. Playing it I started to wonder how it compared to the greats. Better than Blackout - Scorpions? Maybe, yes. Better than Montrose? No, but so close. Better than Highway To Hell? No, but better than 90% of AC/DC 's output. Those are the sort of comparisons you are making when listening to it- is it one of the top 50 classic metal records of all time? Yes, probably.
Songs are straight forward compositions but with great riffs, vocals and playing. Quite a different feel to say Metallica which is more complex and generally faster.
Put it on and relax. This will be reminded what it is all about and it will get from the first song, Power & Volume, which I think you can download free from the bands website anyway. The rest of the album is just as good.
If you are still feeling cynical, I know I am reading Amazon reviews, consider this. Rock will never die. And Free Fall are the proof.
Any gripes at all? Well their Facebook page is in Swedish.
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