Typhoons - Royal Blood
- Genre: Rock
- Release Date: 2021-04-30
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: USA
- Track Count: 11
- under exclusive licence to Warner Records UK, a division of Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2
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Typhoons - Royal Blood User Reviews
Ignore the Pre-Release Reviews!
Solid album! Don't let the negative ratings from before the album was even out steer you away. This album sort of combines the first two while still growing the band... that is probably confusing to some but I basically mean the album maintains a lot of the greatness of the first two and adds some new ideas in. I waited until this had been out for one month and listened solidly before I made a final judgement. A month in and I still feel that this is the most complete Royal Blood album of the three out there so far.
Best One Y3t….
This is by far the boys’ finest effort. The Black ABBAth feels I get from this record give me the hot and fluffies. I found myself making the funk face, while listening to this album, that I think it froze that way. Bravo Lads, you’ve soiled my shorts once more.
Feels like a Crisis....
By Graceful EG
Royal Blood started out great with their last 2 albums. I wasn't expecting them to take a dance rock route. Not even bands like Franz Ferdinand can take this to an overproduce matter. The duo really added too many elements involving more of the "dance" roots but what didn't grab me was it sounded formulaic. I do enjoy the title track and hold on, but the rest of them are just okay tracks if it wasn't for the formula-driven production. Nothing wrong giving positive energy but. my expectations were low on this.
Amazing as usual
Best band ever!
The Best So Far
Flawless from beginning to end. The most infectious grooves yet. I can’t express how they’ve exceeded my expectations, and I was already a fan.
Love the new sound, another masterpiece from the boys
By number 7 student watches
Enjoy this direction that Royal Bloods have gone. Its different and grooves hard.
If you’ve read the negative comments, know this. People don’t like change. This album isn’t heavy forward, it’s disco rock. But it’s drenched with everything about Royal blood, it just has neon packaging. I challenge any naysayer to tell me that the riff for “oblivion” is pop.
I have been cranking this album every day, 2-4 times a day. It’s amazing, it’s addictive, it’s well written and it’s a blast.
Here’s the thing, I’m all for bands changing and growing. But when your favorite rock band turns into a dance pop band, it’s a bit of a slap to the face. Same as when QOTSA released their horrible last album. I’m sure they’ll make a lot more money putting this crap on tv shows and movies, but it’s not the band it use to be
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