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Stefan

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Yes really, there would be at least a half dozen tracks that I prefer to this one. I liked the heavier MHR edge of CDG. Inferno sounds like a better produced and sung version of Dalton....which is fine by me.

 

It's all good, the fact that CDG is likely one of my top albums in the internet era is gonna make it really hard to beat.

Yes really good song, but would sit in the middle if it was on CDG.

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Very very nice.

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Even better than "Inferno."

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All good with me.

 

At first when they announced the info for the new one I thought it was gonna be darker and heavier than CDG...not the case so far.

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All good with me.

 

At first when they announced the info for the new one I thought it was gonna be darker and heavier than CDG...not the case so far.

Dark is not a problem with me. I would classify Organized Crime as dark. But it's still bleeding melody.

 

This new song actually reminded me of old Treat.

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All good with me.

 

At first when they announced the info for the new one I thought it was gonna be darker and heavier than CDG...not the case so far.

You see i think that song is pretty dark....for Treat.

 

Good though.

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I think I've already played this song like ten times. Can't get enough of it.

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All good with me.

 

At first when they announced the info for the new one I thought it was gonna be darker and heavier than CDG...not the case so far.

Dark is not a problem with me. I would classify Organized Crime as dark. But it's still bleeding melody.

 

This new song actually reminded me of old Treat.

 

 

Yeah, 'Party all over' is basically a goth rock song. ;)

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Solid. But the weakest so far for me. Like the production though.

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Also i wish i didnt have to look at them....god they look ancient.

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Also i wish i didnt have to look at them....god they look ancient.

 

Close your eyes and think of the Treat from 20+ years ago.

 

:lol:

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Do these guys even know how to write a bad song? 3 for 3!

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Yeah, they really are old, hey? Very nice tune, though.

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Also i wish i didnt have to look at them....god they look ancient.

 

Close your eyes and think of the Treat from 20+ years ago.

 

:lol:

 

 

that wouldn't work either - they aint lookers ;)

 

[not that I would close my eyes and think of any man]

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Also i wish i didnt have to look at them....god they look ancient.

 

Close your eyes and think of the Treat from 20+ years ago.

 

:lol:

 

 

that wouldn't work either - they aint lookers ;)

 

[not that I would close my eyes and think of any man]

 

 

Jamie Borger and Patrick Appelgren looked solidly handsome circa 'Organized Crime.' The other dudes were solid enough to make for a nice band photo. ;)

 

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Wow. Love that song. So far they've recorded the three best tunes of the year.

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Solid. But the weakest so far for me. Like the production though.

 

Great production. I like the sound of the drums.

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