22:29 - Fearmeister Fucking KotOR man. Exploitation. The world was better off without it /sarcasm
22:28 - !J.O.O.E.! Your argument could be applied to the entire expanded universe btw. All the books and comics it entails.
22:27 - Fearmeister The people must rise up from the exploitation of capitalistic movies and create a new order! An order that makes movies based on the common good rather than the demand of money!
22:26 - !J.O.O.E.! How can it be exploitation when people want it? People sure as hell wanted sequels, so that's what they're getting. Basically: who cares if it's exploitation if potentially good films can be made.
22:24 - Erik M. I love the original trilogy. The prequels and these new sequels are total exploitation of the franchise, whether they're good or not. For the record, I like sci-fi a lot, but yeah, Star Wars is rather adventure/fantasy than sci-fi
01. Unleash The Red 02. All Lips Go Blue 03. Love Without Tears 04. I Will Be The End Of You 05. Tears On Tape 06. Into The Night 07. Hearts At War 08. Trapped In Autumn 09. No Love 10. Drawn & Quartered 11. Lucifers Chorale 12. When Love Starts To Die 13. Kiss The Void 14. The Kiss Of Dawn [bonus] 15. Buried Alive By Love [bonus]
HIM is lucky to have such a dedicated fan base that is hard to disappoint if you manage to create a few catchy choruses. I consider myself a serious fan of them, trying to value their music by quality instead by mass market appeal. The reason this album is different from their last one is because it succeeds in both ways, although having considerable flaws.
Well, must say I am deeply intrigued what will come of this. With HIM I'm never sure what's gonna come out, untill I hear it, as Ville likes to lie about the upcoming albums. As waiting for Greatest Lovesongs or RR#2 is an utopic wish, I just wish it would be something more like Venus Doom and less like Screamworks.
Probably one of those 13-year-old kids that think that anything that isn't thrash or black is gay. Poor SOB.
my darling dear...check sentenced and make the difference between HIM and them. Tis band - HIM releases just the same thing - cheap music. It is nothing interesting here. they died starting with that album after and love said no
I guess it is necessary needed to be a fan of this style to comment something... Having listened to this album for three times, I don't even know what to say.. No emotions, no feelings, no satisfaction.. Finally, no note...)