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Biffy Clyro - Only Revolutions (Deluxe) (2009) [FLAC] Released: 2009 Genre: Pop/Rock Style: Alternative Codec: FLAC Bit Rate: ~ 1,000 kbps Bits Per Sample: 16 Sample Rate: 44,100 Hz Cover: Front 01 The Captain 02 That Golden Rule 03 Bubbles 04 God & Satan 05 Born On A Horse 06 Mountains 07 Shock Shock 08 Many Of Horror 09 Booooom, Blast & Ruin 10 Cloud Of Stink 11 Know Your Quarry 12 Whorses Bonus: 01 The Captain (Without Guitars) 02 That Golden Rule (Without Guitars) 03 Shock Shock (Without Guitars) 04 The Captain (Without Bass) 05 That Golden Rule (Without Bass) 06 Shock Shock (Without Bass) 07 The Captain (Without Drums) 08 That Golden Rule (Without Drums) 09 Shock Shock (Without Drums) Understandably pleased with the success of their mainstream breakthrough album, Puzzle (2007), Biffy Clyro don't change much on the follow-up effort, Only Revolutions. Like Puzzle, it finds the Scottish alternative rockers at their most immediate and accessible. Once again they work with producer Garth Richardson and smooth out the rougher aspects of their early recordings, the Beggars Banquet albums Blackened Sky (2002), The Vertigo of Bliss (2003), and Infinity Land (2004). They restrain their prog tendencies, keeping the songs short and concise, and amplify their melodic side, recording with a full orchestra. They include a few mellow tunes on Only Revolutions, "God & Satan," "Many of Horror," and "Know Your Quarry," yet Biffy Clyro are still at their best when they let it rip. "That Golden Rule," "Bubbles," "Mountains," and "Booooom, Blast & Ruin" are highly charged rockers that race along quickly and shift gears often. These album highlights are edgy and rock hard, yet they're graced with memorable hooks and melodies at the same time. Now and then the band's pop/rock is off balance, for instance the album opener, "The Captain," which leans too far toward pop for comfort. Among the standout rockers, the previously released "Mountains" from 2008 and the lead single "That Golden Rule" are both great, and "Bubbles" is even better. Featuring Josh Homme from Queens of the Stone Age on second guitar, "Bubbles" has it all - hammering riffs, adventurous jams, ear-pleasing chorus, sharp dynamics - and it's the album's longest and most satisfying song, rocking for a full five minutes whereas most other songs on Only Revolutions are over and done with a minute or two sooner.
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