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yeah a grungy type riff. Not really Treat.

it's OK. kinda 7/10 song. 

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It’s good, not blown away after two tracks. I find the Spotify version sounds better than the one in the video....that could also be my phone. 

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Agree with you all. It's okay. Both tracks are only 6/10 to 7/10 tops.

I hope there are some 10/10 on there!!

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9 hours ago, AlphaMale said:

Agree with you all. It's okay. Both tracks are only 6/10 to 7/10 tops.

I hope there are some 10/10 on there!!

They leave them for the Japanese/Tour/Collectors/Sellout versions B)

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I'm not feeling what I am hearing at all..  none of the energy of the Treat that I love.  Safe and , dare I say, boring. 

 

 

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56 minutes ago, RockinSockinRobots said:

I'm not feeling what I am hearing at all..  none of the energy of the Treat that I love.  Safe and , dare I say, boring. 

 

 

Feeling pretty much the same....Build The Love wasn't too bad....But was pretty safe.  And the next song feels even safer.

Hoping these are the more "commercial" type songs and they get back to rocking a bit more on some other songs.

They're okay songs and for me, might be songs I'd like better in the context of an album depending on what's around them.  Neither are songs I see myself adding to any playlist for extended listening though.

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Meh. Doesn't suck but nowhere near the quality level of the last 2 albums thus far. Sigh.

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