Check Our Catalog “The debut solo album for the Velvet Revolver/ex-Guns N’ Roses guitarist features guest appearances by Chris Cornell, Adam Levine, Dave Grohl, Kid Rock, Iggy Pop, and Fergie, as well as former Guns N’ Roses members, Izzy Stadlin, Duff McKagan, and Steve Adler.
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Check Our Catalog “No longer young upstarts, they wear their years proudly on this terrific album, sounding like the veteran roadhounds they’ve always aspired to be.”–All Music Guide
Check Our Catalog “Backspacer, the band’s ninth studio album [is] one of its most cohesive and satisfying in terms of brevity, crisp production, and a sharp focus.”–Boston Globe
Check Our Catalog “While they’ll never be mistaken for a feel-good band, there is a palpable sense of relief that they get to play together again as a band, and what’s remarkable is that they still sound like themselves, capturing that weird murk halfway between ’80s metal and ’90s northwestern sludge, reminding us that we [...]
Check Our Catalog “Shaka Rock may not expand Jet’s range, but its high-energy guitar assaults should impress modern rock audiences.”–Billboard
Check Our Catalog “They have nothing on their mind other than making basic, black-and-white modern rock, and they do so efficiently on Leave This Town, a sophomore album that’s every bit as satisfying as the first.”–All Music Guide
Check Our Catalog The new album from Guns N’ Roses features 14 brand new songs from Axl and company, has garnered rave reviews and is easily the most anticipated release of the year.–Amazon.com
Check Our Catalog “On Dark Horse, “Mutt” Lange lightens Nickelback’s dreary post-grunge plod, applying guitar shimmer to prom ballads and detonating big beats under frat-party shouts and raplike vocal parts.”—Rolling Stone
Check Our Catalog “On Fly on the Wall, the leering humor of AC/DC’s past glories seems forced, the music is somewhat underdeveloped, and Brian Johnson’s vocals are mixed far in the background, but — as with nearly every AC/DC album — there are a few good songs, notably “Shake Your Foundations” and “Sink the Pink.”—All [...]
Check Our Catalog “The album, produced by Rick Rubin, is far better than anything the group has recorded in the last 12 years; it sounds as if the band has woken out of a daze…The album bets on the fact that these musicians have matured, and can prove it through music that’s more complicated than [...]