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NeophobiA last won the day on January 20

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  1. NeophobiA

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    Michael Sweet Says Stryper Is Recording “Our Best, Most Powerful Album Yet” Michael Sweet tweeted that Stryper is recording there best, most powerful album yet. Stryper has put out their best albums of there career since No More Hell To Pay. Sweet's latest solo album is also something people should check out. What's your favorite Stryper album? We have started recording our best, most powerful album yet. We’re tracking a song called “For God and Rock & Roll” now. We have the best engineer in the world with @dbernini and you won’t find a better studio than… https://t.co/nkp68cR7Xp — MichaelSweet Stryper (@michaelhsweet) January 20, 2020
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    A Thousand Horses - Drinking Song The expression ‘does what it says on the tin’ was made for songs like this one from A Thousand Horses (Four Blokes Plus Touring Musicians was less catchy). It is a song about drinking, for drinking, in the key of drinking… If all of Blackberry Smoke still drank – and spent more time in the contemporary Nashville scene than hanging with Skynyrd – this could have been the result.
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    Gorilla Riot - Black Heart Woman Manchester up-and-comers Gorilla Riot make like Alice In Chains at a doom night – with part of the core rhythm from Pink Floyd’s Money – on this louche shot of filth and grungy flavours, elevated by a choppy gear-changing bridge and classy, bluesy guitar solo. Like what you hear? Check out more on their new album Peach.
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    The Darkness - In Another Life Abbey Clancy co-stars with Justin Hawkins and co in this latest piece of The Darkness’s excellent Easter Is Cancelled. It’s one of the album’s softer, sweeter moments but no less driven or more-ish for it. In a way it’s also the closest thing this record has to a pop hit that’d sit comfortably in today’s mainstream (because life is unfair this probably won’t happen) – albeit with unashamed classic power ballad oomph. Lush.
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    DeWolff - Nothing’s Changing The Dutch trio’s latest album Tascam Tapes was recorded on the road for 'less than $50, but it sounds like a million bucks!’ In less passionate hands this next-level-DIY approach could have backfired horribly, but DeWolff have the optimum balance of youth, daftness and beyond-their-years experience to pull it off. Nothing’s Changing shows off their minimalist analogue approach with jabbing guitars, tinny beats and cheap yet oddly warm 70s synths.
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    Deap Lips - Home Thru Hell Next up it’s the new concoction from LA twosome Deap Vally and psychedelic stalwarts The Flaming Lips – compressed it makes ‘Deap Lips’, y’see? Accordingly we’ve got woozy guitar fuzz, acoustic strumming, vulture screams, lyrics about ‘dragons of madness’ and forced auto-tune vocals from the Lips side. It’s tripping balls, natch, but melodiously so.