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Degreed are working on a new album called 'We Don't Belong' and they've just released a track from it called 'Black Cat'.
See link below.

http://soundcloud.co...music/black-cat


Japanese bonus track on 'Life, Love, Loss'. Cover of Ozzy's 'Bark At The Moon'.
Good cover!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKK0ifh9S1Y

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Man those first 3 tracks off that debut disc, those are some fucking classics. pure lust to my ears.

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Agree that one is a great song, although slightly patchy on the verse, but the chorus is just pure heaven, but I prefer two other songs such as 'Blind Hearted' - which has Harem Scarem hooks; and 'Access Denied' is also brilliant. 'Black Cat' is also fantastic, 'Here I Am' is nice and 'We Don't Belong' is a very nice ballad track that's evolved to an uptempo tune later.

 

The rest are quite solid but not really great for me. 'In For The Ride' is quite poppish but barely reach the 8/10 mark, 'Follow Her' is perhaps the worst track here, 'Coming Home' is also very good but there's something off about this so I need to downgrade it to 7.5. If you happen to have the bonus track, I can say that 'Just Another Heartache' is also a good track to have although not propelling the whole score any higher.

 

Musicianship is quite average and replay value is moderate at 7.5 for me because I'm not really into modern thing at all as I can see they have that element here, but overall still a very nice album, perhaps almost on par with the debut. I need to replay the old album for the accurate comparison first.

 

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Agree that one is a great song, although slightly patchy on the verse, but the chorus is just pure heaven, but I prefer two other songs such as 'Blind Hearted' - which has Harem Scarem hooks; and 'Access Denied' is also brilliant. 'Black Cat' is also fantastic, 'Here I Am' is nice and 'We Don't Belong' is a very nice ballad track that's evolved to an uptempo tune later.

 

 

Yeah, 'Blind Hearted' and 'We don't belong' are my other faves... and 'Black cat' is a killer opener. And 'Access Denied' would be next for me too. I rated it 82% and basically agree with your review more or less. The standouts are stellar, but there are a few just solid tracks.

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This one is my surprise of the year (so far)! Bought the debut mainly because I wanted to support Andrew and the band and thought it was quite patchy. Their new disc on the other hand is killer imo: Immaculate production, great songs and intense melodies!

Favorites so far are 'Blindhearted', 'Access Denied' and 'Coming Home', but there really isn't any average song to be found.

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You guys rated this much higher than me. After all the great reviews for this, I thought I'd like it for sure.

 

Nope. Can't say I'm digging this much at all, even with the Harem Scarem similarities occasionally.

 

I rated this 72%, which is lower than the rest of you guys.

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Have I not commented here, yet? Yeah, this one kills. Black Cat, What If, In for the Ride, Follow Her, Blind Hearted, Access Denied, all fantastic tunes.

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