- CD de audio (24 de enero de 2012)
- Número de discos: 1
- Formato: Audiolibro, CD
- Sello: Import
- ASIN: B006IXRJ6Q
- Disponible también en: Disco de vinilo
- Valoración media de los clientes: 4.3 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (3 opiniones de clientes)
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº25.538 en Música (Ver el Top 100 en Música)
Church of Rock & Roll Audiolibro, CD
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Lista de canciones:
1. Welcome To The Church Of Rock And Roll 2:08
2. I Like It 2:48
3. Holy Touch 2:59
4. Last Chance At Love 3:17
5. Forever Together 3:08
6. (It's) Too Late Baby 4:01
7. I Wanna Be Yours 2:39
8. Wasted Feelings 3:42
9. The Temple 3:26
10. The Streets 4:36
11. Freedom 3:33
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De todas maneras el disco es más que correcto. Mucho mejor que la media y con ese toque de originalidad y esa mezcla de estilos que nadie más hace.
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I have been following Foxy Shazam since Flamingo Trigger, and have loved every single advancement. Some people don't like their progression, which I understand. They have changed quite a bit. Starting out as a kind of, experimental hardcore noise rock basement band, then becoming a bellowing and talented force of rock and roll. Every album has progressed: Introducing still embraced some of Eric's screaming, but also example some fantastic soulful tracks and choruses. With their third album, simply titled "Foxy Shazam", they let go of their yelling and noise experimentation, to focus on becoming true masters of sound, soul, theatrics and rock and roll. Still extremely over the top and tighter with each track, comes their fourth album: The Church of Rock and Roll.
The album is, unlike their last, under produced. Although "Foxy Shazam" was a masterpiece, some people weren't too fond of the production and studio feel producer John Feldmann granted the album. With CORAR, they teamed up with Justin Hawkins of The Darkness fame, and turned the album into a loud, proud, face value rock album.
CORAR has much of an 70s and 80s feel to it than their previous endeavors. Upon buying this album, ready yourself for something much different than all their other work. Although just as anthem based as their last, they have made a conscious effort to change their sound. I think they did magnificent. It sounds raw, it sounds pure, and it sounds phenomenal. Thanks again Foxy, for giving me another bundle of amazing rock and roll. Can't wait to hang out with you guys again at your next show!
You will love this album. But if you don't, it won't matter, because a pair of black leather pants will fly out of nowhere and wrap around your neck and kill you.
Also, I've had some friends complain that Foxy Shazam has "has gone mainstream" or "sold out". I tell ordinary radio listening people I listen to Foxy Shazam and they have no clue who I'm talking about. Calm down.
Any classic rock fan [that finds most modern music to be underwhelming] will be able to appreciate their songs. While everybody listens to Katy Perry and Justin Beiber nowadays, Foxy is the diamond in the rough for modern music. This is their fourth album and each one is better than the last (although I haven't been able to buy their first album because they produced it themselves). If you don't have their 2nd and 3rd albums, Introducing and Foxy Shazam [Explicit], you should DEFINITELY buy them. Listening to the evolution of their sound is inspiring.