Apr 19 2013
Below are my quicker reviews for some notable albums which have been released this month. The review’s for these albums will have ratings, my top 5 tracks, a quick reaction to the album, a download link to download individual songs and a link to purchase the album on iTunes. The iTunes link for the album can be found by clicking on the title of the album, and you can download individual tracks by clicking on my top 5 tracks. Some of these album reviews will possibly see a full-scale review in the near future by either me ore one of the other writers which I have added to the site, but for now you can see my reaction and review to these albums below. Individual track descriptions and ratings for each track can also be found soon for each track by clicking on my top 5 tracks. To see all my reviews for the most notable albums of the year click on the more button found after the first two albums.
The latest album from Paramore frays away from a specific sound and pursues many different genres in what is an excellent album from the alternative rock band. On this album you can find throwbacks, pop songs, a country song and even a ukulele interlude in an album which switches up its’s sound often, all while highlighting the vocals of lead singer Hayley Williams.
My Top 5 Tracks: Now, Still Into You, Ain’t It Fun, Hate To See Your Heart Break, Grow Up
The fifth album from alternative rock band Fall Out Boy features guest appearances from The Foxes, Big Sean, Courtney Love and Elton John while coming in at 11 tracks and just over 41 minutes. The band is still happy to experiment, mix things up and try new sounds five albums in and have released an excellent ambitious album this time around.
My Top 5 Tracks: The Phoenix, My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark, Alone Together, Save Rock and Roll, Young Volcanoes