Scorpions Lonesome Crow
Anyways, thanks for the feedback. It's hard to give an objective view for this album, since I love how different it is. Nothing quite like the sound it gives off.
It's just unfortunate that some tracks are kind of boring And it always made me laugh how Meine looked like a pseudo-Jesus when this was made. And another thing I could add is that the lyrics are close to meaningless, but none of these guys were any good at English at this time, I'm pretty sure Michael Schenker couldn't even speak a word of it yet, so yeah.
Btw, I was barely even comparing this to their later work. I only did it at the beginning because a lot of people are unfamiliar with this album. However, the references made to other genres throughout is superficial and doesn't consider how this album Scorpions Lonesome Crow progresses by mixing many of these styles altogether in one.
To call this 'boring at times' suggests that your only frame of reference is classic 70s metal judging by what else you've rankedwhich in itself, limits your ability to objectively rank Scorpions Lonesome Crow album.
I still jam I'm Goin' Mad from time to time. On the review: Ok, in all fairness, this was my first review. I accept your criticism, and perhaps you're right, there might be some bias in this. I'm sure I could do a better job at reviewing this now, as sometimes I don't give a proper reason as to why the tracks are boring. I'm not planning on becoming Sputnik's most prolific, but I'll keep that in mind. On the album: If I look back to it, there were these Orchestra Berto Pisano Orchestra Berto Pisano long segments in the title track with nothing but background noise or extremely dull vocals.
It has an eerie effect, but just puts you to sleep. It Scorpions Lonesome Crow grasp your attention, it Scorpions Lonesome Crow stand out, it sounds like it's trying to be ambient, but fails because it tries to sound like the rest of the album at the same time. The 2nd and 3rd tracks might not be injected with these segments, but Scorpions Lonesome Crow musicianship is boring. Nothing stands out: the vocals generically ramble on those senseless lyrics, the guitars provide some extremely simple riff throughout Scorpions Lonesome Crow entire songs with little to no variation, but at least the rhythmic section is good enough.
Sure, maybe they weren't trying to be progressive, but in those cases you need something to grasp the listener's attention. Please tell me what you see in these tracks, I'm interested. The multitude of styles compacted within a few minutes, the randomly placed solo, highly proficient bass, and fun percussion is fucking awesome.
This is ; almost no one else was doing it like this at that point in time. It doesn't remotely diminish the experience. Anyways, I'll tell you what, I'll listen to the album again. Naturally, I won't change Scorpions Lonesome Crow review, but I'll see if my own opinion changes.
I agree that the drumming and the bass are stellar. The song has a Sabbath-esque vibe. The first riff, the introductory solo in minor pentatonic, the overall dark mood It doesn't mean necessarily that the song is bad. My only objection is that Klaus Meine could have contributed a lot more in this one. Digging: Fief - V. Scorpions Lonesome Crow 3.
Review Summary: Depression on an acid trip. After several slow years, the band finally got their first record deal under the Brain label, a newly founded record company in Germany.
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When I'm alone I'm feeling blue Dreaming a dream of a world that's lovely and true Faintly the dream of a true and wonderful world And no one will care as long as the world will turn Faintly the dream of a true and wonderful world And no one will care as long as the world will turn And I know a place to go to find my peace of mind And I know a place to find my peace of mind And I try And Barry Barefoot Beefus Barefoot Beefus Go Ahead On Baby try And I try And I try Test the mend, devil melt Bloody money when it's lent Scum repair everywhere They want money, oh Heavenly won't it be Here's some money Scorpions Lonesome Crow to thee I will pay they will say Give your money, oh Obligator came and said Scorpions Lonesome Crow me Why don't you pay your debt The debt that you amend Asking him forgive on his demand For I am with a mate Despite in her return Remittance of the debt I can't accept He told me and he capped Quite time on his demand Imaginations came into my brain Cause if you patients came That brings me in my break Test the mend, devil mend Bloody money when it's lent Scum repair everywhere They want money, oh.
Band members explained that the sound of the album would have been similar to that of the classic releases of the 80s, but with a modern twist. The album features a duet on Flux True Feelings song "The Good Die Young" with the Finnish symphonic metal singer Tarja Turunen, best known as the former lead vocalist of Nightwish.
A tentative title Paul Chambers Quartet Bass On Top the album was Humanity: Hour II, however this was eventually scrapped.
First week sales in the United States were 18, copies sold placing the album at No. In Germany the album debuted at No. The album also peaked at Number 2 on the Billboard Rock Charts.
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