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1. The Silence

2. Start Over

3. Break Me Now

4. Dirty Girl

5. Tell Me

6. Never Say Never

7. So Long

8. Stronger

9. Wasted

10. Make It

 

http://www.myspace.com/nolovelostlive

 

Here's another interesting one for modern rock fans. On the downside, the tunes are generally a bit on the slower side of the tempo coin, BUT, the production job is possibly the best I've heard all year - the band sound amazing. The rhythm guitar is awesome, I really dig the guy's voice and some of these choruses are off the f*cking charts. I've only spun it once and there's a couple of fillers like the opener and 'Stronger', but the others were pretty much excellent.

 

Already, I can name 'Start over', 'Tell me' and 'Wasted' and three of the best songs I have heard this year. Amazing choruses.

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Decent tunes imo. Nothing really blew me out of the water. Production was definitely good though. I wonder if Travis Wyrick produced the album since he is first on their friends list.

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i followed this link based on their name(strong yngwie reference)....well i lost some minutes of my precious time...i won't comment on their music except that if this is 2010, then back to beatles and give piss a chance....i'm also wondering who's the guru behind their logo? jaysus, hope he isn't more than 5 years old.....

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i won't comment on their music except that if this is 2010, then back to beatles and give piss a chance

 

? what time zone are you in LOL!

 

Got this ready to go for a decent listen in the morning.

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i won't comment on their music except that if this is 2010, then back to beatles and give piss a chance

 

? what time zone are you in LOL!

 

Got this ready to go for a decent listen in the morning.

Keen to hear your thoughts. It's not all perfect, but jeebers f*cking christ those 3 songs - 'Start over', 'Tell me' and 'Wasted' - are completely stunning.

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Okay, I have to admit it. I'm on the verge of declaring this my favourite modern rock disc this year, so far. The three songs I mention above are just plain and simply stunning. 'Tell me' is incredible. And this guy's voice is by far the best I have heard in modern rock this year, and possibly ever? I love his voice, drenched in sincerity. The thing I also like is there is a filler-ish kind of song around track 4, but the rhythm guitar and vocals kind of save it from being a filler. My hands won't stop reaching for this disc either, which is always a good sign. I'll see how I go, but seriously loving this one.

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i followed this link based on their name(strong yngwie reference)....well i lost some minutes of my precious time...i won't comment on their music except that if this is 2010, then back to beatles and give piss a chance....i'm also wondering who's the guru behind their logo? jaysus, hope he isn't more than 5 years old.....

 

Do you actually read your typing before you post?

 

 

P.s. I really like the sound of this - am looking for this now (better not be another bloody download only). Anyone know a store that's carrying this?

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i followed this link based on their name(strong yngwie reference)....well i lost some minutes of my precious time...i won't comment on their music except that if this is 2010, then back to beatles and give piss a chance....i'm also wondering who's the guru behind their logo? jaysus, hope he isn't more than 5 years old.....

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Okay, I have to admit it. I'm on the verge of declaring this my favourite modern rock disc this year, so far. The three songs I mention above are just plain and simply stunning. 'Tell me' is incredible. And this guy's voice is by far the best I have heard in modern rock this year, and possibly ever? I love his voice, drenched in sincerity. The thing I also like is there is a filler-ish kind of song around track 4, but the rhythm guitar and vocals kind of save it from being a filler. My hands won't stop reaching for this disc either, which is always a good sign. I'll see how I go, but seriously loving this one.

 

Geoff, where can I buy this??

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i followed this link based on their name(strong yngwie reference)....well i lost some minutes of my precious time...i won't comment on their music except that if this is 2010, then back to beatles and give piss a chance....i'm also wondering who's the guru behind their logo? jaysus, hope he isn't more than 5 years old.....

 

Do you actually read your typing before you post?

 

 

P.s. I really like the sound of this - am looking for this now (better not be another bloody download only). Anyone know a store that's carrying this?

 

 

i'm not a fluent english reader or writer, your majesty, but definately my english is better than your greek.....

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i followed this link based on their name(strong yngwie reference)....well i lost some minutes of my precious time...i won't comment on their music except that if this is 2010, then back to beatles and give piss a chance....i'm also wondering who's the guru behind their logo? jaysus, hope he isn't more than 5 years old.....

 

Do you actually read your typing before you post?

 

 

P.s. I really like the sound of this - am looking for this now (better not be another bloody download only). Anyone know a store that's carrying this?

 

 

i'm not a fluent english reader or writer, your majesty, but definately my english is better than your greek.....

 

Is it currently 2010 in Greece? I know there was a time-zone difference between the UK & Greece, but I didn't realise it was a full year....

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i followed this link based on their name(strong yngwie reference)....well i lost some minutes of my precious time...i won't comment on their music except that if this is 2010, then back to beatles and give piss a chance....i'm also wondering who's the guru behind their logo? jaysus, hope he isn't more than 5 years old.....

 

Do you actually read your typing before you post?

 

 

P.s. I really like the sound of this - am looking for this now (better not be another bloody download only). Anyone know a store that's carrying this?

 

 

i'm not a fluent english reader or writer, your majesty, but definately my english is better than your greek.....

 

Is it currently 2010 in Greece? I know there was a time-zone difference between the UK & Greece, but I didn't realise it was a full year....

 

 

man, did you ever hear 'bout round up, or how do you say it?

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Yeah I like this. Im not maybe quite as mad about it as Geoff (it definitely wont be my fav), but there are a few great songs on here....and what I thought (on first listen) were a couple of filler as well.

 

I completely agree on 'Start Over', 'Tell Me' (highlight of the disc) and 'Wasted'.

 

But i'd also add 'Dirty Girl' (G - hope that wasnt your filler!!) which completely kicked my arse and is awesome.

 

There are one or two choruses which just didnt quite live up and I found myself hitting forward a couple of times, but overall a good solid modern album with strong vocals and great playing.....one thing I would add is that one song had a short guitar solo and I found myself thinking if only theyd thrown a few more in!

 

Cheers

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Yeah I like this. Im not maybe quite as mad about it as Geoff (it definitely wont be my fav), but there are a few great songs on here....and what I thought (on first listen) were a couple of filler as well.

 

I completely agree on 'Start Over', 'Tell Me' (highlight of the disc) and 'Wasted'.

 

But i'd also add 'Dirty Girl' (G - hope that wasnt your filler!!) which completely kicked my arse and is awesome.

 

There are one or two choruses which just didnt quite live up and I found myself hitting forward a couple of times, but overall a good solid modern album with strong vocals and great playing.....one thing I would add is that one song had a short guitar solo and I found myself thinking if only theyd thrown a few more in!

 

Cheers

Nah, 'Dirty Little Girl' is 4th on my list too, funnily enough. Absolute killer song. Only 'Stronger' is a filler to me, and the 4th song is close... just saved by some nice rhythm guitar.

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And Tim and Justin, far as I know this is only digital at the moment, but surely these guys will HAVE to release this on CD.

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Yeah I like this. Im not maybe quite as mad about it as Geoff (it definitely wont be my fav), but there are a few great songs on here....and what I thought (on first listen) were a couple of filler as well.

 

I completely agree on 'Start Over', 'Tell Me' (highlight of the disc) and 'Wasted'.

 

But i'd also add 'Dirty Girl' (G - hope that wasnt your filler!!) which completely kicked my arse and is awesome.

 

There are one or two choruses which just didnt quite live up and I found myself hitting forward a couple of times, but overall a good solid modern album with strong vocals and great playing.....one thing I would add is that one song had a short guitar solo and I found myself thinking if only theyd thrown a few more in!

 

Cheers

Nah, 'Dirty Little Girl' is 4th on my list too, funnily enough. Absolute killer song. Only 'Stronger' is a filler to me, and the 4th song is close... just saved by some nice rhythm guitar.

 

PS re your PM..Im in the same boat mate :-(

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Yeah I like this. Im not maybe quite as mad about it as Geoff (it definitely wont be my fav), but there are a few great songs on here....and what I thought (on first listen) were a couple of filler as well.

 

I completely agree on 'Start Over', 'Tell Me' (highlight of the disc) and 'Wasted'.

 

But i'd also add 'Dirty Girl' (G - hope that wasnt your filler!!) which completely kicked my arse and is awesome.

 

There are one or two choruses which just didnt quite live up and I found myself hitting forward a couple of times, but overall a good solid modern album with strong vocals and great playing.....one thing I would add is that one song had a short guitar solo and I found myself thinking if only theyd thrown a few more in!

 

Cheers

Nah, 'Dirty Little Girl' is 4th on my list too, funnily enough. Absolute killer song. Only 'Stronger' is a filler to me, and the 4th song is close... just saved by some nice rhythm guitar.

 

PS re your PM..Im in the same boat mate :-(

:lol: Isn't it just killing you - wondering if it's another peice of magic like those other 3, or just one of the others. I can't find a clip or anything off it anywhere. I must know!

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Only 'Stronger' is a filler to me, and the 4th song is close... just saved by some nice rhythm guitar.

Not the 4th song - the 3rd, 'Break me now'.

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And Tim and Justin, far as I know this is only digital at the moment.

 

In that case I hope they're struck down by a rare and deadly incurable disease.

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I tell you what guys....I was listening to this earlier and in particular the song 'So Long'...thinking hey I actually really like this one (was one that I had skipped on the first listen)...it was something about the chorus which struck a note, you know like i'd heard it before...really recently.

 

& then it dawned on me............................................

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Listen to them back to back and it is uncanny. Quite a rip off I must admit. The chorus sounds very very similar.

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Mate, I wish I could hear them back to back but of course this album is fuckingdownfuckingloadfuckingonly so I can't. Agree with Geoff, love the vocals on this thing & there sure are some killer tunes here. Hope they actually release the thing...

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P.s. That "Tell Me" song is seriously good stuff - might even be the best thing I've heard this year....

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P.s. That "Tell Me" song is seriously good stuff - might even be the best thing I've heard this year....

 

Dont tell Geoff that he might start gloating ;-)

 

but yeah its defo a top tenner......but remember there have been some killer songs this year.

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OK, some more throughts no this one.

 

You know why I love this so much.....sounds like Disciple. Music and vocals.

 

For example how close is 'Dirty Girl' to 'Falling Star'. Musically and vocally spot on and both are killer tunes :bowdown:

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