Topless is a song which I definitely wasn't a big fan of on my initial listen but since going through some things in my life I can totally relate to it and I think even though the cursing in the chorus was a turn-off to me initially it's definitely powerful.
Here we are is another of my favourites there are a lot of awesome songs on this album! The verse is soft and backed with acoustic guitars but the chorus is incredibly powerful and I love the melody. It mixes so well together. It also has one of the only solos in a BB song and this one is the best.
The songs talks about how the couple are fighting through the problem, the loneliness and the final release of freedom which the singer yearns for. Unknown soldier begins with the sound of a helicopter and has the themes of war and a relationship torn apart. Had enough is another favourite about someone who just wants everything and how the singer will lead them into misery and they'll get what they deserve.
Powerful and amazing. On my first couple of listens to You fight me I thought this song didn't really know what it wanted to be because it was so intense and aggressive and then it goes soft, but I actually like the mix of sounds. I also like the concept of this guy fighting his partner in another complicated relationship.
The song is definitely diverse and different to the sound of the other songs on this album. One person found this helpful. Dear God, why have I never heard of these guys until now, when I caught a song on a Claymore amv? Immediately ordered this album and love it. Almost every song on this album is good enough to stand alone, with five too close to call a favourite. Sick of almost all modern music I have been searching the past for great bands I've never heard of, and this is seriously good rock music.
Don't know anything about them over in England, doubt they're still together, but there are several albums in the back catalogue for me to get through and I now actually have something music-based to look forward to.
I bought this for the live DVD and it was well worth it. Especially as the singer has a fear of flying so will probably never make it to the UK. So unless the story that he was looking into coming to Europe via boat is true this might be the only way to see them live. Amazing product. Nice pricing and good quality.
Delivery was really quick also. Stand out tunes include Diary of Jane. Wednesday 12 August Thursday 13 August Friday 14 August Saturday 15 August Sunday 16 August Monday 17 August Tuesday 18 August Wednesday 19 August Thursday 20 August Friday 21 August Saturday 22 August Sunday 23 August Monday 24 August Tuesday 25 August Wednesday 26 August Thursday 27 August Friday 28 August Saturday 29 August Sunday 30 August Monday 31 August Tuesday 1 September Wednesday 2 September Thursday 3 September Friday 4 September Saturday 5 September Sunday 6 September Monday 7 September Tuesday 8 September Wednesday 9 September Thursday 10 September Friday 11 September Saturday 12 September Sunday 13 September Monday 14 September Tuesday 15 September Dear Agony represents a third turn at the wheel for Bendeth, and everything is becoming very Taproot-like, musically speaking, while lyrical depth suffers and we as listeners await the point of no return.
Welcome to that point. I love Topless though, mainly because the bridge is really fuckin tight! Great review, Acey! I wouldn't expect ANY less. Album Rating: 3. Diary of Jane was a pretty fun song from memory. I should try this some time. Breaking Benjamin Phobia 4. Review Summary: Good CD, with a few skippable tracks, is different that most mainstream music, while providing a listenable album.
Rank: for This is a rewrite of my old review. Breaking Benjamin is a group that gets so much hate for being so generic. While I will agree somewhat with the above statement, this album tends to differ in a number of ways. While they may not be as dark as some nu-metal bands, they do have a melodic and dark feel, as the sound of this album carries the overall effect.
Aaron Fink has made improvements to his guitar playing, and has more solos in this album, and they are more technical, such as in the songs Had Enough and Here We Are , although the rhythm guitar playing Ben Burnley, also the singer is similar throughout most of the songs, the lead guitar and the drums are what make the songs different and enjoyable to listen to. Mark James Klepaski has done a fairly good job on bass, making it audible on every track, but the bass line tends to hug just a bit too much, although the rhythm he uses differs a bit each time.
Phobia Dear Agony EMI import cover. Robert Christgau. Burnley Fink Klepaski. Burnley Klepaski. Categories: All Back. Cart 0 Your cart is empty. Available in Bit CD Quality Unlimited Streaming Listen to this album in high quality now on our apps Start my trial period and start listening to this album. Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription Subscribe. Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription Listen on Qobuz.
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