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It's almost like it became cool to like these guys more than they deserved. 

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I think 'Rock Your Body' and 'We Are Gods' are the weakest here but it's hard to say bad things about the rest especially 'Come Clean', 'One By One', and 'Heaven ..', damn those are fine songs

Definitely deserved to be on top of the chart so far but like to hear how's Vega sounding later

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OK, this one is pretty damn good. Definitely their best since Address the Nation, and maybe even better than that.

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Okay, I haven't read through all 13 pages of this thread, so forgive me if I might point out something, that has already been mentioned.

I love this record, imo it's on par with Address the Nation. My favorite songs are Dangerous Ground (sounds like it was written for Kenny), Come Clean, Victory, Rise, Nothing To Say and One By One which are all near perfect to these ears.

The rest are well above average as well, with We Are Gods probably being my least favorite (it sounds like a leftover from the Into the Great Unknown record). Rock Your Body reminds me of Firehouse.

Definitely a strong contester for album of the year.

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If you read the 13 pages you'd wee that your a lone voice as a fan of this album.
Everyone hates it.

haha, nah, everyone loves it, except me, who thinks its average compared to what I expected.
A good album, but nothing more than that.

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12 minutes ago, CureTheSane said:

If you read the 13 pages you'd wee that your a lone voice as a fan of this album.
Everyone hates it.

haha, nah, everyone loves it, except me, who thinks its average compared to what I expected.
A good album, but nothing more than that.

i like it a lot but don't love it as much as some 

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I mean i slam it a bit, but thats mostly just for fun becaise everyone wanted to have babies with it and i didnt get it.

My standards are generally lower than most here. If i get a few good songs off an album im happy. Not every disc has to be a winner overall. But good for people who froth this.

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decent but v generic.

I do like the message tho - hopefully we will have live music again one day soon 

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always cool to hear something new from these guys, even if it isn't one of their better efforts

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The song isn’t anything special but damn that band has all the tools. 

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Not a great song, IMO..it is pretty generic...still listening to these guys a lot in the apocalypse...

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9 hours ago, Glen said:

decent but v generic.

I do like the message tho - hopefully we will have live music again one day soon 

Felt the same initially.  But the more I listen, the more I like it.  I dig the over the top production....has kind of a Def Leppard feel to it.  It's kinda different than anything on the recent album  and I can see why it was left off as Rise is a better tune and has the same sort of message.  

Nice surprise getting some new music from them.  And even a somewhat average tune from them is better than a lot of other bands best IMO.....But I know i'm a fanboy :P

 

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8 hours ago, tts42572 said:

Felt the same initially.  But the more I listen, the more I like it.  I dig the over the top production....has kind of a Def Leppard feel to it.  It's kinda different than anything on the recent album  and I can see why it was left off as Rise is a better tune and has the same sort of message.  

Nice surprise getting some new music from them.  And even a somewhat average tune from them is better than a lot of other bands best IMO.....But I know i'm a fanboy :P

 

I got a 'breaking the silence' vibe, but not as good. 

but I agree that Heats 'weaker' songs are better than 90% of other bands out there 

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9 hours ago, Glen said:

I got a 'breaking the silence' vibe, but not as good. 

but I agree that Heats 'weaker' songs are better than 90% of other bands out there 

#thetruth

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On 6/26/2020 at 9:17 PM, tts42572 said:

New tune!

 

 

I like this, and I wasn't a huge fan of the recent album.
I guess I like generic :)

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