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posted a review of Coldplay - Mylo Xyloto. over 7 years ago
The album has some decent cut tracks like "Hurts Like Heaven", "Charlie Brown", "Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall", "Up With The Birds". Majority of the other tracks sound like stuff you'd be listening mainstream singers sing. Paradise tries to emulate Viva ... See full review
posted a review of Rush - Hold Your Fire. over 8 years ago
Although this album reeks of synth, It is a fairly decent album and is good show at why Rush changed labels after this album. Surely this album has a lot of sequenced and programmed synth, but it actually adds to the album somewhat and creates neat ... See full review
posted a review of Rush - Power Windows. over 8 years ago
Delving into further synth territory, Rush takes it a step too far on this album. Though returning to a much more Signals-esque album, the songs are much more spacious, if you have a knack for digital recording. Yes, this album was recorded, transferred, ... See full review
posted a review of Yes - Tales From Topographic Oceans. over 8 years ago
I would warn that this is album is very hard to stomach upfront. But if one listens carefully enough, the pieces start to come together. The opening track, The Revealing Science of God, is a huge contender for the best track on the album. But to give ... See full review
posted a review of Genesis - ...And Then There Were Three.... over 8 years ago
This album, in reality, isn't half bad. It continues the vibe from Wind & Wuthering. The complexity of the songs remains and there is much layering. With only three members left, they can bring out sounds they weren't able to before. For instance, this ... See full review
posted a review of Genesis - Wind & Wuthering. over 8 years ago
Wind and Wuthering was one of the Genesis albums that I listened to; primarily because it was the only 70's Genesis LP that my father had. He told me that it was a good album to listen to, but he also said that he stopped listening to them after Abacab. ... See full review
posted a review of Rush - Signals. over 8 years ago
In response to the success to Moving Pictures, I'm assuming that Rush wanted to do something completely different. One neat thing about this album is the access to clear sounds. The snyth, the sequencers, and even... the violin. Every song here has its ... See full review
posted a review of Genesis - A Trick Of The Tail. over 8 years ago
This album is literally a masterpiece of its time, even if it was minus one Peter Gabriel. It still feels that Genesis had some guts left in them. There are many grand songs on this album, but few make some misses. This is practically the first album ... See full review
posted a review of Genesis - Selling England By The Pound. over 8 years ago
Without a doubt, this is the grandest of all Genesis albums (and practically defies time-limits on an LP). Having obtained the original Charisma Records LP, I have to say, this album is a pleasure to enjoy listening to every time. Banks uses the best ... See full review
posted a review of Rush - Grace Under Pressure. over 8 years ago
This has to be the most accessible Rush album out there. Every song can be written into memory and enjoyed. This, in my opinion, is the peak of Rush's accessible 80's sound before taking it too far. The synth is not impeding on the core sound of the band ... See full review
posted a review of Rush - Roll The Bones. over 8 years ago
I just have to say that this album starts Rush off on a new bang in the 90's. Now first off, if you do not like variety, this album is not a good one for you. Because every song on this decent album is somewhat different from the rest. That's what I like ... See full review
posted a review of Rush - Permanent Waves. over 8 years ago
Initially, I barely listened to this album compared to Signals, Moving Pictures and Grace Under Pressure. Only recently did I realize the power this album has. I'd even go as far as to say this is better than Moving Pictures (if it weren't for ... See full review
posted a comment on Rush - Moving Pictures. over 9 years ago
Oh sorry. I completely forgot.... I'll fix that.. Sorry for the mix up.
posted a review of U2 - Boy. over 9 years ago
Boy. What else is there to say? It's U2. Early U2. It's Rock, actually Post-punk since the era for it was beginning to close. Bono's vocals, Edge's guitar effects, Adam's deep bass, Larry's blitzkrieg drums. The band was just starting out in Ireland, and ... See full review
posted a review of Rush - Moving Pictures. over 9 years ago
One of my favourite Rush albums, usually a favourite for almost all fans. Rush's most mainstream album (after 2112) delivers in practically every song. Peart's drumming and lyrics are incredible, added along with Alex's driving solos and effects, and ... See full review
posted a review of Coldplay - X&Y. over 9 years ago
Truly, one of Coldplay's best releases. I really don't care what others say, the album has a very good feel that makes me feel like I'm the 80's. The whole album seems like almost a concept album with the lyrics. I'll break it down

Square One brings a ... See full review