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Earshot - Letting Go

Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Year: 2002
Label: Warner Music
Genre: NuMetal
Producer: David Kahne
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This is a real knock-out album folks! This is very massive album and sometimes to aggressive for my taste. Their music is very influenced by the early 90s grungers Alice in chains but with a more metallic sound. For those who has any album with Tool you will hear a lot of familiarities. This is more alternative metal in my ears than numetal cause we got a heavier sound an no death-metal screams ala Stereomud. Actually we got a very nice singer in Will martin who has great voice for this type of aggressive modern rock. This type of metal is quite popular these days and with cool video and some playing on MTV this rockers can be quite successful I think. The fifth one "Ordinary girl" is the strongest and the one with most hit potential on the album. But "Get away" and "This world" are two other nice ones with fat guitars and super-weight heavy sounds. Just listen to "Asleep, I lie" and I sure that you will head bang at once. Add then a couple of quite boring ones and we have an album that is too heavy for most of the melodic modern rockers out there in cyber space. But if you feel that Fuel is to wimpy or if you have a neighbour that you wanna argue with. This is definitely a record for you. I think that this album grows!

Tracklisting 1. Headstrong
2. Misery
3. Get Away
4. Not Afraid
5. Ordinary Girl
6. We Fall, We Stand
7. Wake Up
8. This World
9. Asleep, I Lie
10. Unfortunate
11. My Time


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