Bastards Of Love ‎– Roses, Sorrow & Red Candies

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Deja Vu Music ‎– Dejavu 003
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Limited editon of 100 copies in 10" cover, with insert, as pre-album version.
Normal CD comes in clear tray.

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September 4, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
The release date of the last album wasn't so long ago, this may be the reason that this record seems to be more an EP than a full album. The main reason for this may be that it contains one song in three different versions and a track from an older release.
But don't understand me wrong, "Roses, Sorrow & Red Candies" is defenitly a fine record. Everybody who liked "Decadance Royale" and the "Summer Destination EP" will most likely also like this one.
Overall, many of the songs are quieter and more laid-back compared to other releases of the band, but without loosing the distinctive Bastards Of Love style. Nevertheless there is also a very aggressive song, named "Control/Defeat", which reminds me a little bit of band like Suicide Commando (but without being so cheesy) and a very Punk Rock-like song called "Redford For President".
My personal favourite is called "Love And Faith", a very feel-good song with great melodies, sounds, vocals and lyrics. The Rorschach Garden Remix of this track is also pure delight.
Everybody who is looking for this record should try to get a copy of the limited edition. The 10" cover just looks fantastic and is a great alternative to a boring jewel case.