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Life > Death - The Cult - Choice Of Weapon (CD, Album)

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  1. The album features founding members Astbury on vocals and Duffy on guitars, with drummer John Tempesta and bassist Chris Wyse. 'We have had the opportunity to work with two of the most influential and talented producers in the world today, said Astbury. 'They pushed us beyond our comfort zone, and helped us craft Choice of Weapon/5(84).
  2. This CD is packaged impressively like a hardcover book. Inside the glossy cover is a page booklet filled with heady artwork, lyrics, and credits. After that is the 4-track bonus disc of the Cult’s work prior to Choice of Weapon. The Cult created an album that will satisfy existing followers and create new ones.
  3. People throw around the names of The Cult's three iconic records (Love, Electric & Sonic Temple) when reviewing Choice of Weapon. While they're right to mention them, they should avoid drawing steadfast comparisons - this album still sounds like The Cult, but it's a kaleidoscopic version - as much as tracks on here could fit on those three amazing albums, some other tracks sound like the Reviews:
  4. The Cult' seem to be swimming in a sea of mediocrity these nuilinmeevaltater.parmobontcicarnofacogostealabe.infoinfon this one and the last record im definitely not finding a whole lot to like.'The Wolf' and 'A Pale Horse' are decent tunes but overall a dissapointing effort from a great band.'Choice Of Weapon' does seem to be getting some accolades from the many reviews online ive seen so.
  5. The Cult continues to bring it with their upcoming May 22 release, Choice of Weapon, which is their first studio record in five years. Written by the principal and founding members Billy Duffy and Ian Astbury, the album was recorded between July and December in a handful of locales before the finishing touches were applied by long-time.
  6. May 20,  · CD: The Cult - Choice of Weapon The Wolf Child is back and revelling in the glory years. by Russ Coffey Sunday, 20 May the first words on the album are, “My wild Indian heart was pounding” - without descending into parody. Particularly successful are the Goth power ballad “Life > Death” and one-two punch rocker “A Pale.
  7. Life > Death This song is by The Cult and appears on the album Choice Of Weapon (). You break the man, leave its shell on the ground, What have you done with your own lies, your words Shed everything on you, speak everything I've seen So kill your jealousy and watch you bleed. You can't destroy them, the beauty and the youth. You'll never be them, you never had the .
  8. The Cult Choice Of Weapon on 2LP The Cult's newest album Choice of Weapon is the follow up to the critically-acclaimed release Born Into This which Mojo magazine called “a wholehearted, utopian and irrefutably exciting record.” Long-time Cult collaborator and producer Bob Rock (Metallica, Bush), who produced one of the band’s most successful albums in the platinum-certified Sonic.

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