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Saliva - Under Your Skin

4.00
Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Year: 2011
Label: Island Records
Genre: NuMetal
Producer: Howard Benson
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Review

Salivais an impressive band in many ways. They have since their major label debut "Every Six Seconds" from 2001 released six albums, and that always have been really good. Ok, some of them have obviously been better than others like "Back Into The System" and "Blood Stained Love Story" where they really peaked when it comes to style and songwriting. Their latest album "Under Your Skin" then produced by Howard Benson is no exception and is a classic Saliva album, perhaps even a top three albums in their career. JoseyScott and his crew have really been inspired this time and come up with ten great songs with good variety and a lot of potential. The tougher "Badass" and "Burn It Up" are clear favorites, but as always we are always a couple of semi-ballads where the band shows their melodic sense and it is impossible not to get carried away with songs like "Nothing" and "Turn The Lights On”. The only I can complain about is that it feels that we have heard all of the songs before, but in different packages. The band copies themselves a bit too much to be honest and it feels that they lack of new ideas. But as long as they can release great albums like this I’m more than happy, even if I would love to hear something different from them.

Tracklisting 1. Badass
2. Better Days
3. Nothing
4. Hate Me
5. Never Should've Let You Go
6. Prove Me Wrong
7. Burn It Up
8. Toxic Suicide
9. Turn The Lights On
10. Spotlight


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