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Waiting for the Sirens' Call

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Pretty good...if you skip the bad songs...

    I am a HUGE new order fan. The GOOD: That PURE, Undenible, New Order sound - Bernard's voice, hook's bass, and that great treble guitar -- Are just ALWAYS going to sound awesome -- just listen to the middle portion of "Krafty" and it is like hearing "Ceremony" again for the first time. Much of the album becomes better with time and opens up to you. (Track "waiting for the sirens call" is the true stand-out for me). BUT: THE BAD --- Bernard's lyrics have alwasy been a little flat...but this album goes for pure CRINGE-factor on many lines. And "Jetstream", a horrible choice for a single - will not garner any new fans for sure. It is though still a decent album - They just have a sound you do not get sick of - ("Regret" will NEVER get "old" to me). This album just seems like a little more time for better lyrics, and a little more time to kick out the not-so-good songs and replace with better ones, would have paid off. According to an interview, they already almost have enough songs for a NEW album. I would have waited to put the best of those on "Sirens call".

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    easily the best this year

    Truly a masterpeice from New Order. A step above Get Ready. Very contagious from beginning to end. Every track is worth listening to. A long way from Joy Division

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    other reviewers are too quick to judge

    it is a very solid cd. i honestly like evry song on it. As for the other customer reviews, it seems like you didnt even give it a chance.

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