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Album BON JOVI Bounce (2002)
BON JOVI (UNITED STATES)
Bounce (2002)
4/5
5/5
ISLAND / ROCK / 0 com(s)
"Bounce" is probably the darkest and least immediately accessible album in Bon Jovi's discography, and perhaps that's what makes it so charming and interesting.
LOLOCELTIC - 02/11/2009
Album THE KILLERS Battle Born (2012)
THE KILLERS (UNITED STATES)
Battle Born (2012)
4/5
2/5
ISLAND / ROCK / 0 com(s)
Perhaps less direct than its predecessors, "Battle Born" remains an excellent, solid and well-constructed Killers album.
TORPEDO - 22/08/2023
Album U2 Achtung Baby (1991)
U2 (IRELAND)
Achtung Baby (1991)
5/5
4/5
ISLAND / ROCK / 0 com(s)
"Achtung Baby" is a real break in the career of U2 which offers us a totally unexpected hybrid rock album.
NIURK - 06/03/2009
Album U2 Rattle & Hum (1988)
U2 (IRELAND)
Rattle & Hum (1988)
5/5
4.3/5
ISLAND / ROCK / 0 com(s)
"Rattle & Hum" is a testament to a bygone era for U2, a tribute and above all, an intense live performance.
NIURK - 05/03/2009
Album U2 Boy (1980)
U2 (IRELAND)
Boy (1980)
4/5
4/5
ISLAND / ROCK / 0 com(s)
"Boy" is only the first try of a young band that is still searching for itself but the potential of U2 is there.
NIURK - 25/02/2009
Album THE KILLERS Day & Age (2008)
THE KILLERS (UNITED STATES)
Day & Age (2008)
3/5
-/5
ISLAND / ROCK / 0 com(s)
With only a few good tracks, "Day & Age" makes The Killers fail in their will to become 'the best rock band in the universe'.
TORPEDO - 23/08/2022
Album THE KILLERS Sam's Town (2006)
THE KILLERS (UNITED STATES)
Sam's Town (2006)
2/5
4/5
ISLAND / ROCK / 0 com(s)
With its tracks almost all tainted by one or several clumsinesses, "Sam's Town" is probably not the most interesting album to discover The Killers.
TORPEDO - 18/08/2022
Album URIAH HEEP Demons And Wizards (1972)
URIAH HEEP (UNITED KINGDOM)
Demons And Wizards (1972)
5/5
4.5/5
ISLAND / MELODIC HARD ROCK / 0 com(s)
"Demons And Wizards" didn't become cult only because of the lack of competition, but mainly because it set a new basis by daring to mix hard-rock and symphonics.
PETER HACKETT - 04/02/2013
 
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