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12 Stones - Anthem For The Underdog

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Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2007-08-14 Year: 2007
Label: Wind-Up Records
Genre: Post Grunge
Producer: Justin Reimer & Skidd Mills
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Review

Three years has past since 12 Stones last effort “Potter’s Field, which was pretty uninspiring postgrunge album. And have they learned anything from that failure compared to the cool debut is a questions that some of you might ask? Yeah, I would say that 12 Stones have written some of their best tunes up-to-date with a handful of tunes ready for radio. And that is also the problem with the record since it feels that they have been listening to Nickelback way to much on some the tunes, including the first single “Lie To Me”, “Broken Road”, “Adrenalin” and “Hey Love”. A little close would be ok, but those are just plain copies of a very successful musical concept, which feels pretty cheap.
Another thing that I have to comment is that the album clocks just under 40 minutues and only contains 10 new tunes. Not that good!
But overall is it a nice album that will suite fans of Creed, Thornley, Theory of A Deadman and why not say Hinder even if they have lost most of their indentity.

Tracklisting 1. Anthem For The Underdog
2. Lie To Me
3. Broken Road
4. Adrenaline
5. It Was You
6. This Dark Day
7. World So Cold
8. Arms Of A Stranger
9. Hey Love
10. Games You Play
11. Lie To Me (Acoustic)


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Ben
off the chain, cant wait til the album comes out
2007-04-30 03:09:16

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