The lyrics will soon be in your head and you'll find yourself singing along to the annoyance of the people sat at the traffic lights or on the sun bed next to you. . . . As mentioned by other reviewers there is a mix of Coldplay v The Killers sounds but the lead singer is better than just that comparison and has a great voice in his own right with some fantastic lyrics.
They have that great quality music that typically comes out of Ireland, not the manufactured rubbish that we are so often pounded with. All 11 tracks are great to listen to in the car or relaxing as I did by a pool on holiday with iPod and headphones on. Select Gold in the Certification field. Product was in very good condition and came within a fairly decent timeframe. The song has peaked to number 1 on the and number 16 on the and 13 in , the song has also charted in and the. Only time will show how great this band are. On 20 June 2013 the album entered the at number 1.
. Quite an uplifting album, definitely indie. Kodaline, In a Perfect World reminds me a bit of Travis, Idlewild and Embrace if they were amalgamated into one. . I don't like engineered or electronic 'music' and this fits the bill, its fresh original and raw.
. Kodaline are not offering a complete folk redesign - albeit some songs lean more towards indie rock than their contemporaries' efforts - but In A Perfect World is packed with enough heart and soul to make it an enjoyable debut. This is one great album. The song has peaked to number 8 on the and number 22 on the and 19 in. . I'd recommend it for anyone who loves real popular music.
All told, there's a lot of bodice-ripping emotion to take in, and it's this, rather than the lack of original ideas, that makes In a Perfect World hard to take in large doses. The song has peaked to number 29 on the and number 75 on the. Singer Steve Garrigan has modelled himself on vocalists who are experts at jerking the tears, including and 's , in the service of songs that require him constantly to sound as if he's on the verge of a seizure. . I love track two and the rest are certainly listenable and growers getting more addictive with every listen, which is always good in an indie album for summer. Most of these 11 songs contain a killer hook, such as the one that transforms High Hopes from wobbly-lipped ballad to hair-tearing tearjerker. Select albums in the Format field.
Was very pleasantly surprised that I liked all the songs, which rarely happens there's always one or two you skip through. . . . . . .
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