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on 14 August 2012
Survival Of The Sickest returns, my favourite album from Saliva.

I got a little worried with the intermediate album, Blook Stained Love Story. Back In Your System was also full of too many ballads for my liking.

If Survival Of The Sickest was your least favourite album, I would try the others if you don't have them already.

Tracks 1-4 are all good, solid rock and roll songs.
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on 7 February 2009
More of a 3.5/5. It's better than Survival of the Sickest, but marginally worse than Blood Stained Love Story. For those new to Saliva, make sure you start with Back Into Your System.
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on 21 December 2008
Every single song in this album is brilliant and if there was justice in the charts the album should be in the billboard top ten. The only song of a lower standard is interestingly their first single "Family Reunion" but it is designed to be a crowd interaction song.

The style Saliva have taken in this new album is considerably different from their 'harder' roots, taking a calmer but more mature sound, but arguably works much better. Their previous music was becoming dated so they have developed. Due to it not released in the UK for reasons beyond me, i had to import it, but i would encourage every saliva and rock fan to get it, especially if you like Black Stone Cherry (who are quite similar).
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on 25 March 2011
Saliva at their best, hard rock, powerful, melodic,finger-tapping, head-shaking rock, I love the sound and every track on this album just begs to be played again and again, I don't care for Saliva's ballady type stuff which their latest album has in droves, this takes me back to "Back Into Your System" that first got me into the band back in 2003, every track a belter. The only album to better this is "Every Six Seconds". All in all I like most of their stuff, just not keen on the latest album "Under Your Skin".
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on 11 December 2014
Nothing wrong with the music, full of high octane power driving along an empty road. In your face a bit, but not bad.
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on 20 August 2015
Great service. Very happy customer.
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