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35 minutes ago, lettard said:

Happy days  :)

Man I hope they redeem themselves with this one.

I wasn't too happy with the last album.

If you could throw in the sound from Coup De Grace and the quality of songs from Ghost Of Graceland, I'll be happy.

I think they can do it!

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9 minutes ago, AlphaMale said:

Man I hope they redeem themselves with this one.

I wasn't too happy with the last album.

If you could throw in the sound from Coup De Grace and the quality of songs from Ghost Of Graceland, I'll be happy.

I think they can do it!

Redeem themselves?  Tunguska was fantastic.  If we get something like Tunguska or Ghost of Graceland, I will be one extremely happy listener.

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40 minutes ago, Tabe said:

Redeem themselves?  Tunguska was fantastic.  If we get something like Tunguska or Ghost of Graceland, I will be one extremely happy listener.

I don't know. It was good but not great. 

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8 hours ago, AlphaMale said:

Man I hope they redeem themselves with this one.

I wasn't too happy with the last album.

If you could throw in the sound from Coup De Grace and the quality of songs from Ghost Of Graceland, I'll be happy.

I think they can do it!

Agreed - Coup is about as stellar as you will get, Graceland is pure quality no doubt about that, but just a notch behind Coup. While Tunguska is a good album, it would be wrong to put it alongside the aforementioned two. In my opinion of course!

Always ready for new Treat - bring it on. 

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Wowser, slap my face with a sac, that is some blissful news. Love everything Treat have done, and can't wait to hear what they do next. 

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On 12/23/2021 at 3:45 AM, KarpetRydOFunk said:

Hope ADV is involved. 

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Don't jinx it! Lol

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On 9/11/2021 at 9:44 AM, Tabe said:

Redeem themselves?  Tunguska was fantastic.  If we get something like Tunguska or Ghost of Graceland, I will be one extremely happy listener.

Yeah I agree,

I got 9 keepers off Tunguska,  only 6 off Cour De Grace.

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6 hours ago, CureTheSane said:

Yeah I agree,

I got 9 keepers off Tunguska,  only 6 off Cour De Grace.

To each their own, but CDG kills the last 2 albums for me and they're really good albums!

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8 hours ago, The Rocker said:

To each their own, but CDG kills the last 2 albums for me and they're really good albums!

CDG is a masterpiece.

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just listened to it. It's OK. Sounds a bit like the songs I skip over on Eclipse albums ;)

Solo is nice tho. 

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Listened to all the Itunes samples and Home of the brave seems to not be the best song of the album. Had a very good first impression. Somehow I like Treat a lot. The only thing I can't stand is the massive amount of autotune. Well, he's not in his teens anymore though.

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