Queen - Queen II
Queen
Queen II
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Jan 27

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Feb 16, 2020
70
Fat White Family's latest record is the first I heard from the band (as I got the CD for free on a radio contest).
The record starts in a intense and slightly menacing tone with "Feet". I love the use of strings and the thin layers of auto tune in the vocals.
The second track "I Believe In Something Better" has a great bass line and atmosphere, showing that the intense mood from the first song is here to stay.
The vocals on "Vagina Dentata" remind me of Marc ... read more
Feb 14, 2020*
82
Here we are. "The Slow Rush", at last.
One of the albums I most anticipated for this year, and one I waited for ever since the release of Kevin Parker's masterpiece "Currents" in 2015.
It's evident that Kevin wasn't very pressured to release the follow-up to "Currents" in a short period of time, but he definetly felt the fans' need for a new record. This could maybe explain the album's paradoxical title "The Slow Rush", and the fact that the first song he ... read more
Feb 11, 2020
83
The Smiths took a political turn in their sound and lyricism on their second album "Meat Is Murder".
Morrissey and his bandmates filled this record with songs that criticise various problems of society like the outdated educacional system and the psychological and physical abuse that is present ("The Headmaster's Ritual"), the lack of discussion on animal welfare (in the title track) and the corrupt political landscape (on "Nowhere Fast", which includes one of my ... read more
Feb 10, 2020
85
"A Night At The Opera" is Queen's most celebrated record of their career.
Many tracks out of this album can be considered classics from the band's catalogue, including their greatest creation "Bohemian Rhapsody".
The album begins with the grim "Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To...)", written as a harsh personal critique to the label administrative personel that pressured the group to create radio-friendly hits, while barely willing to invest money for them to work on ... read more
Feb 6, 2020
76
One of the greatest albums of the shoegaze panorama.
Slowdive's second album is often praised for that matter, and I understand why.
It opens up with "Alison", one of the most popular songs by the group which portrays escapism and how drug dependency can make you disassociate from the real world and everyone around you. Because of that lyrical theme and of Goswell and Halstead's vocals, this song supplies a wistful and melancholic start to the record.
Other tracks from ... read more
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