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Relationship issues are one of the primary lyrical themes throughout the album, and though all the angst does get a bit repetitive, tracks like Damone (4) - Out Here All Night (CD) are so good you can almost forget that the lyrical matter is downright emo. Sometimes you just feeling like calling these kids and telling them to cheer the hell up.
Unfortunately, there's a lot of fairly mind-numbing generic pop-punk on this album. On Your Speakers has a catchy and surprisingly optimistic chorus, but apart from the "woah"s, it's pretty bland and dull.
Same can be said for opener Now Is The Time. Get Up And Go starts with a nice heavy-ish riff, but falls headlong into another boring pop song after this. Don't get me wrong, next to bands like Simple Plan and Good Charlotte this is absolute musical genius, as there are a lot of musical ideas floating around here, with some songs sporting four or more guitar tracks each doing there own thing.
But compared to the harder songs on this record, the more generic and poppy moments just sound like filler material. Ultimately, this means the majority of the album manages to feel like filler between the cooler, groovier and more diverse tracks like Outta My Waywhich reeks of Motley Crue, right down to the spoken bridge, utterly cringeworthy lyrics and surprisingly good wah-wah driven solo.
Where their 80's influences fail them though, Damone (4) - Out Here All Night (CD), is the power-ballad aping When You Livewhich just doesn't quite live up to classics like 18 And Life or Home Sweet Home. There's definitly a few moments worth checking out on this album, especially singles Out Here All Night and Damone (4) - Out Here All Night (CD) We Came Here Forwhere all the influences synchronise beautifully to make something that manages to be both catchy as hell and full of Damone (4) - Out Here All Night (CD), but for every great track on this album there are two that are instantly forgettable.
For most of this album I was left thinking "this is alright, I guess", so in hindsight the general monotony of most of the album may be making me rate the standout moments a little too high. It's just that nearly every time something awesome started happening in a song, like the orchestral build-up in Wasted Yearsit Damone (4) - Out Here All Night (CD) followed by a more boring and predictable section, which is a shame because it seemed to be building into something really epic and impressive.
Check this out if you like girl-fronted rock, and definitly check out the singles tracks 2 and 3but don't expect the majority of the album to measure up to the better material on here. Steel Damone (4) - Out Here All Night (CD) Feel the Steel. Opeth Still Life. Backyard Babies Tinnitus. Trivium The Crusade. Rise Radiant. The Unheavenly Creatures. On 1 Music Lists. Add a Comment. Electric City Emeritus February 17th Comments.
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