ALBUM REVIEW: Marvel – Double Decade

ALBUM REVIEW: Marvel - Double Decade

I actually have a comfortable spot for Märvel (a.ok.a. The Barons of Excessive Power Rock and Roll) – the masked males who hail from Sweden… however is it actually that lengthy? Rattling it truly is – shaped in 2002 the clock has lastly clicked over on the band that handle to sound like Kiss, Low cost Trick, The Wildhearts, Sabbath and UFO concurrently while on the similar time wanting like a cross between 60’s classic Batman villains and the Hamburgler!

Don’t let any of that idiot you although these guys have all the time been all class and all cool, and for a three-piece they squeeze out extra Rock and Roll than most…. um…. 4 items do…  So whether or not you wish to Rock to the uber catchy opener of ‘The Hills Have Eyes’ or Roll to the early Kiss-tastic riffing of ‘Keep in mind’ you’ll discover one thing to like right here. Hell, for those who’ve not heard of the band earlier than then you definately’ll make sure that you’ve struck aural gold! In the event you’re aware of the songs then the breath of recent life offered by the brand new mastering by Magnus Lindberg (The Hellacopters, Imperial State Electrical, Cult Of Luna, The Datsuns, Tribulation, Lucifer) is price trying out!

Actually what’s to not love right here? To have fun the anniversary Märvel the band made up of John Steen (The King), Ulrik Bostedt (Speedo) and Tony Samuelsson (The Vicar) have put collectively ‘Double Decade’ which options 23 songs from earlier Märvel releases with a few newbies and some rarities (‘Catch 22’ and ‘Flip the Web page’ teh new ones are each blended by Robert Pehrsson.) added for good measure! With 9 very positive albums to select from the stability right here is good and you’ll’t fault the picks however to be sincere that again catalogue continues to be price extra plundering!

Every little thing right here although is nice I like the instrumental model of Hellacopters ‘Satan Stole The Beat From The Lord’, and for those who’ve by no means dabbled you’ll love that opening salvo and the sheer infectious early Storage Kiss stomp of tracks like ‘I Wanna Know You (Simply A Little Bit Higher)’ or the Sabbath meets Budgie ‘Danish Rush’, the Pop Punk Rock of ‘Goddess on the Unfastened’, or the closing salvo of ‘Motherfucker’ and ‘The Boots are Made for Flying’. Actually I might choose any monitor and extoll its appreciable virtues!

You want Märvel in your life!

 

Tracklist:

  1. The Hills Have Eyes
  2. Keep in mind
  3. The Effort
  4. Thunderblood Coronary heart
  5. A Killing View
  6. Carry It On
  7. I Wanna Know You (Simply A Little Bit Higher)
  8. 5 Scent Metropolis
  9. Danish Rush
  10. All Over the Information
  11. T.N.H.
  12. Goddess On the Unfastened
  13. Catch 22
  14. Son Of a Gypsy
  15. Ambassador Of Unbelievable
  16. Ain’t Gonna Final
  17. Spider
  18. Flip the Web page 02:56 video
  19. The Satan Stole the Beat from the Lord
  20. Pyrrhic Victory
  21. Eight Arms to Maintain You
  22. Motherfucker
  23. These Boots are Made for Flying

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