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Jesus wept. Do these guys ever tire of inflicting their pompous orchestrated power rock on poor innocent ears? I know they've been going 20+ years but there's absolutely no excuse for this barrage of sub-radio 2 friendly, stadium appeasing gash. They once proved, at their peak, you could be bombastic, employ comical chest-beating rhetoric & be of ludicrous mass appeal yet still have a bit of s ...

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1/10 Brian Staff review, 09 September 2010

Jesus wept. Do these guys ever tire of inflicting their pompous orchestrated power rock on poor innocent ears? I know they've been going 20+ years but there's absolutely no excuse for this barrage of sub-radio 2 friendly, stadium appeasing gash. They once proved, at their peak, you could be bombastic, employ comical chest-beating rhetoric & be of ludicrous mass appeal yet still have a bit of soul, power & integrity. This utterly meaningless piece of tosh is just a little bit horrid - the obligatory "guitar solo" lacks absolutely any spirit or pezazz (I loved 'Motorcycle Emptiness' as much as the next man!!) and the lyrics are vacuous and empty - much like the song. The execrable B-sides on the CD make me think of a really poor pub covers band. Well, at least they're sticking to their roots....Totally without merit, possibly worse than the last Placebo comeback. Gah!


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