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Review: Bullet - Bite the Bullet
Bullet
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Bite the Bullet

Label: Black Lodge
Year released: 2008
Duration: 41:34
Tracks: 11
Genre: Heavy Metal

Rating: 5/5

Review online: August 20, 2008
Reviewed by: Christian Renner
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Bite the Bullet

Rated 3.63/5 (72.5%) (8 Votes)
Review


This is the second album from the boys from Sweden that can make you forget all about AC/DC. To say this album is a successful follow up to their debut Heading for the Top would certainly be an understatement. Everything that was absolutely great about the first disc is just added to on this one.

What we have here is just good old fashioned metal in the vein of AC/DC and early Accept. Infections riffs that get in your head from the start and stay with you all day long are the order of the day. Vocals that have that dirty type of sound to them and it just fits the music absolutely perfectly. This is a perfect example of how less is more. What I mean is you do not have to make things overly complicated to create a good music. The writing is simple and straight to the point and I never realized how much I actually missed this until I experienced this disc. There are more than a few bands that should listen to this album and take some notes.

The band REALLY sounds like they are having a great time and as the listener you can't help but join in. This is just plain and simple a party album that anyone can get into. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!


Track Listing:
  1. Pay the Price
  2. Roadking
  3. Bite the Bullet
  4. Dusk Till Dawn
  5. Nailed to the Ground
  6. City of Sins
  7. Waste My Time
  8. Rock N’ Roll Remedy
  9. Rock Us Tonight
  10. Wheels Keep on Turning
  11. The Rebels Return
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