The Hives ‎– Lex Hives

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SICP-3538 The Hives Lex Hives(CD, Album) Sony Music Japan International Inc. SICP-3538 Japan 2012 Sell This Version
8869 763009-2 The Hives Lex Hives(CD, Album) Sony Music, Columbia 8869 763009-2 Argentina 2012 Sell This Version
0253701599 The Hives Lex Hives(CD, Album) Universal Music AB 0253701599 Canada 2012 Sell This Version
060253701599 The Hives Lex Hives(CD, Album) No Fun AB, Universal Music 060253701599 Europe 2012 Sell This Version
88697630092 The Hives Lex Hives(CD, Album) Sony Music, Columbia 88697630092 Brazil 2012 Sell This Version
DEW9000437 The Hives Lex Hives(CD, Album) Dew Process, Universal Music DEW9000437 Australia & New Zealand 2012 Sell This Version
88697630092 The Hives Lex Hives(CD, Album) Sony Music, Columbia 88697630092 Germany 2012 Sell This Version
THV2-531004 The Hives Lex Hives(CD, Album) No Fun AB THV2-531004 US 2012 Sell This Version
060253701950 The Hives Lex Hives(CD, Album, Dig) Universal Music 060253701950 Sweden 2012 Sell This Version
88697630092 The Hives Lex Hives(CD, Album, Sup) Sony Music, Columbia 88697630092 Europe 2012 Sell This Version
060253701599 The Hives Lex Hives(CD, Album, Unofficial) No Fun AB (2), Universal Music (3) 060253701599 Russia 2012 Sell This Version
060253701602 The Hives Lex Hives(LP, Album) No Fun AB, Universal Music 060253701602 Sweden 2012 Sell This Version
88691978231 The Hives Lex Hives(LP, Album + CD, Album) Sony Music, Columbia 88691978231 Germany 2012 Sell This Version
THV1-531004 The Hives Lex Hives(LP, Album, 180) No Fun AB THV1-531004 US 2012 Sell This Version

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elspectro29

elspectro29

June 8, 2012
referencing Lex Hives, CD, Album, THV2-531004

Let me begin by agreeing with others that the Hives don't break any new ground here. From the moment the first track, "Come On!" begins, with Howlin' Pelle Almqvist shouting it many times, you can tell this is the same fast-paced, fun-loving Hives as always. The album has a generally faster pace than The Black & White Album, with a tempo variety similar to that seen on Veni Vidi Vicious. My personal favorite track is "Patrolling Days", but all the tracks sound and feel like they belong here. Still, I can't help but feel that this album is missing something. Maybe it's the presence of only 12 tracks again, like their first few albums, although the deluxe digital edition has two more.