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7 years, 5 months ago at Nov 7 20:34
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"Collapses, the walls," reads the teaser of the new album by Kings Of Leon, the seventh in their history. That exaggeration. Here there is no wall that falls, no revolution. "WALLS" is the album of a group of good conservatives, but actually there is a novelty: the band of the Followill hath been challenged to do things differently, uscendosene with his weirdest and gloomy job. After entrusted for... read more
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Manufacturer: RCA Records Label
Release date: 14 October 2016
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Pokerface voted for a review of Walls 7 years, 5 months ago

“"Collapses, the walls," reads the teaser of the new album by Kings Of Leon, the seventh in their history. That exaggeration. Here there is no wall tha”

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Time Bomb posted a review 7 years, 5 months ago

“"Collapses, the walls," reads the teaser of the new album by Kings Of Leon, the seventh in their history. That exaggeration. Here there is no wall that falls, no revolution. "WALLS" is the album of a group of good conservatives, but actually there is a novelty: the band of the Followill hath been challenged to do things differently, uscendosene with his weirdest and gloomy job. After entrusted for years with Angelo Petraglia and Jacquire King, came out of his comfort zone and recorded in California with Markus Dravs, producer of Arcade Fire, also known to have got their hands on Coldplay discs, Mumford & Sons, the 'last Florence + the Machine. But "WALLS" is definitely less disturbing than it suggests the cover that reminds those of "Is there anybody out there" by Pink Floyd and "Byrdmania” read more

Time Bomb rated this 6/10 7 years, 5 months ago