Sitcoms For Aliens

Noiseheads - Sitcoms For Aliens
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Based on 19 ratings
January 5, 2018 / Release Date
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Silly Monkey / Label
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The album title itself suggests it is not one to be taken seriously. That is how this album should be met. Don’t come here to solve your issues. Turn up the volume, laugh at them in the face and give them a mighty sling of two fingers.

I thoroughly enjoyed this album. There were hints of rock stylings from the last 4 decades sprinkled throughout, from classic rock to indie to grunge. My only critique is that it felt short but otherwise, a great record.
Okay, so when Royal Blood released their eponymous debut and subsequent album How Did We Get So Dark?, I was excited to hear something of a return to basics in mainstream rock.

Sitcoms for Aliens is somewhat of a progression from that mentality by maintaining relatively simple pop song structure injected with artistic, vulnerable, and verocious elements via raw, emotive vocals on top of tastefully executed instrumentals.

It's one of the few new albums I've heard that actually feels cohesive ... read more
100% fudge brownies. Rock music has a future and it's gooey.
Not sure why the 1 critic review is 52%.. After reading it, kinda sounded like the dude actually liked it

All the other reviews here are pretty much on point. Maybe they'll get more "critic" reviews that reflect how great SFA really is
it loses one point for not being twice as long
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Track List

  1. Prelude
  2. Wait.
  3. I, Bleed
  4. Enter Starship
  5. Homecoming
  6. '72
  7. Ballad of Me, Myself, And I
  8. Drown Me
  9. Who?
  10. Friend
  11. Still Alive
  12. Here
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Added on: January 12, 2018