Strange Days

The Struts - Strange Days
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
User Score
Based on 20 ratings
Liked by 1 person
October 16, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Interscope Records / Label
Pop Rock, Power Pop / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
The Arts Desk

Strange Days is a great record that does its darndest to put a smile on your face.

80
Classic Rock

An instant rock-down classic from The Struts on third album Strange Days (as long as you ignore the title track and Robbie Williams).

80
Kerrang!

Derby glam-rock revivalists The Struts deliver a grandstanding statement of hope to lift us through these Strange Days.

80
AllMusic

Strange Days shares some connective tissue with its more opulent predecessor but feels less like it was made by a committee. As per usual, the Struts pair huge commercial pop aspirations with the swagger of Faces, but this time around, it sounds like it was their idea.

Muratka
92
After they sang with Kesha years earlier, I became interested in this band. And this is quite an interesting, albeit routine work in parts.
NTTR
58
The Struts - Strange Days

Genre: Glam Rock
Country: UK

Final Verdict: 58% (Pleasant Album)
Yearly Ranking: 503th / 924

Highlight: Wild Child

Made me think of:
Def Leppard
Palaye Royale
The Darkness
Badflower
th_initiator
57
▲ = Wild Child, Can't Sleep, Am I Talking to the Champagne
▬ = Strange Days. All Dressed Up, Do You Love Me, I Hate How Much I Want You, Burn It Down,
▼ = Cool, Another Hit In Showmanship,
Korzaski
NR
they just keep making music huh
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Track List

  1. Strange Days (Feat. Robbie Williams)
  2. All Dressed Up (With Nowhere To Go)
  3. Do You Love Me
  4. I Hate How Much I Want You (Feat. Joe Elliott & Phil Collen
  5. Wild Child (Feat. Tom Morello)
  6. Cool
  7. Burn It Down
  8. Another Hit Of Showmanship (Feat. Albert Hammond Jr.
  9. Can't Sleep
  10. Am I Talking To The Champagne (Or Talking To You)
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Added on: September 3, 2020