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Verified Purchase. So I must say I was pleasantly surprised to receive and listen to my copy of "Divide" and realize just how strong of an album it is. His "sound" is so many different sounds. Eraser and Shape of you everyone has already heard by now I'm sure.
But there are so many other great gems you will have the pleasure of experiencing But maybe I'm just a sucker for heart tugging songs, because Supermarket Flowers, a song about his Mum grandmother will possibly bring tears to your eyes. It is a great example of an album with a lot of maturity and continues Ed's willingness to open his heart and soul to his fans.
But don't fear, there are plenty upbeat and humorous additions including some Irish influenced tunes like Nancy Mulligan and Galway girl starts Irish, flows to rap, back to Irishetc - like only Ed could do. If you like Ed you will love this album. I have always loved Ed Sheeran's music, but this is the first album I've purchased. There is not a song on the CD I skip.
I own an Amazon Echo and take advantage of the Auto-rip feature which instantaneously sends it to Alexa. Plus I enjoy the old fashioned concept of owning the physical CD.
Since these are Ed's songs, there are the lyrics. I fell in love with "Castle on the Hill" and decided I wanted to hear more. There is a great variety of song stylings on it. I also love "Perfect" and "Supermarke Flowers" makes me crazy. I can't wait to see what song he releases next to the airwaves. Today is the day that I have been waiting on for months! I once again purchased this on vinyl and get the digital download!
If you buy the vinyl please be aware that he spins this 12" vinyl at 45 RPM same as with X. I know you cannot match the digital fidelity of CD with vinyl but Ed's voice is made for playing on an old fashion record. It just brings out the rich soulfulness of his vocals. This review is based on the vinyl copy and the digital download from Amazon. We all got a taste of this album with the early release of a couple of songs that made their way to the top of the radio playlist.
The backing tracks of an upbeat soulful up tempo song that paints the images in your head of the girl that physically pushes all the right buttons. There is no denying his style of writing and where you go when you listen. My review of the songs on the album: Eraser starts off the collection of songs with some Sheeran style rap and gets you ready for what is about to come.
Now you head further down the path with Shape of You and you know why you love him. It has a subtle eroticism and full of confidence, you know where someone looks at you and you know what will happen next. Five songs in and there it is. Soulful and sounds like it could be sung on a small stage somewhere in a bar that smells of stale beer and old perfume.
Dimly lit on a stage with only a single spotlight but then opens up to a more angelic hook but still reminds you are at an old hotel out by the airport. Nicely done with some Nashville flair. From Shape Of You - Various - Hits Vol.23 (Vinyl) to what seems to be old Ireland with the flute, fiddle, and a rap mashup that strangely works with Galway Girl.
Next the spotlight return to Ed and his guitar doing what he does best and he sings Happier about someone who he hurt but still loves deeply and you feel it in your gut.
New Man has a familiar beat telling the story of a man he lost a girl to and reminisces of a better time. The hook makes you want to move your body. The reference to the Kardashians made me chuckle!
The latter is an awesome ballad that also gives you a warm loving feeling between two people and give you a joyous hope of forever. This is for you and that special one when the relationship is new and you want to spend the rest of your life with them and you want them to feel Shape Of You - Various - Hits Vol.23 (Vinyl) same way.
Great electric guitar solo! No sooner that you believe in love forever. I had to stop and close my eyes. Be ready to dance to Barcelona! Bibia Be Ye Ye makes you want to party in Africa! You can see the colorful dancers if you just let yourself go there.
As we make it towards the finish line you get the Irish feeling again during the song Nancy Mulligan. Fiddle going and Irish dancing in my head and he paints a picture of Nancy and how the story of the courtship goes! You know it has a happy ending! Another story told by Sheeran like no one else can. The 2 LP vinyl is packed with 16 songs. All of which tell you a different story. After a quick listen to the tracks and hearing what he brings to the table with this 3rd work of art you will quickly understand why he is still at the top of his game.
Only 5 left in stock - order soon. Punk Goes Pop, Volume 4. Va-Punk Goes Ska. Punk Goes Pop Volume Three. Only 7 left in stock - order soon. Punk Goes Pop Volume Two. Only 6 left in stock - order soon. Punk Goes Pop. Customers who bought this item also bought. Register a free business account. Customer reviews. How are ratings calculated? Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon.
It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Great item. Songs are all pretty bland. There are a few exceptions. Some may see this as an act of desperation, others may see this as a chance to explore new bands that aren't exactly the basis of my music listening composure, but here we are reviewing a Punk Goes Pop album.
The "Punk Goes" series has been going on for 17 years, and now they have had seven volumes in the series specifically targeting pop music. All of the songs that play during shopping experiences, restaurant visits, mall overhead speakers, and even nightclub parties are being covered by a crop of bands that primarily have a "punk" attitude to them.
And I put the word "punk" like that because the "Punk Goes" series of albums have grown to consist of more styles than just true "punk" music. And with the 13 tracks on this set, you do have a nice cornicopia of these styles implicated here. Compilation albums like this are curiously very fun to listen to abecause you can pick and choose favorites on these albums as well as least favorites, and this is definitely a mixed bag of groups.
So, let us delve into "Punk Goes Pop 7" track by track and see what the favorites on this disc are as well as the least favorites. A little bit different than my normal reviews which are a set of paragraphs describing an album, but I think you'll probably enjoy this. Pop-punk has seen a decline in artists over the years since veterans like Blink and New Found Glory put the genre on the map. And I can easily see State Champs becoming a name pimped frequently as the next big pop-punk group.
On this album, they're covering "Stitches" from Shawn Mendes, and it isn't too shabby of a rendition. It's a cover that you'd probably expect out of a pop-punk band. In fact, this song sounds like it would be destine for a band of this regime.
While I wouldn't necessarily say that this style isn't necessarily for me, I feel like State Champs has given this track a bit of "mmph" even if it isn't that lyrically masterful.
But, then again, they're covering a song by a guy who isn't all that bad at what he does, either. Not that I frequently listen to Shawn Mendes as a "go-to" artist, but, what I've heard from him isn't too bad either.
Overall, I'd rank this as a solid track. Definitely something you'd expect and not be disappointed by. This is easily one of my least favorites on the entire disc. It's an odd scream-then-sing mixture that is not working for me in any way. But, then again, I don't really think that this song is anything all that special. I can definitely tell Bruno Mars is similar to a face of the old like Michael Jackson and he has some talent, and also I can see that Dance Gavin Dance do have some good ideas in mind whenever they work on a song, or even a cover song like this, but this track feels like a very generic song that you can hear from anyone else in the pop scene, and there are covers of this song that I am guessing are better than this.
In all honesty, though, I don't really check in to Dance Gavin Dance in the post-hardcore scene as they're really just OK as a band. Their material is nothing special or mindblowing, even though they are talented. Overall, I'd have to say that this is probably one to skip.
This was off the Suicide Squad soundtrack much like another song we'll get to laterand it's actually not that bad of a song.
I'm not sure about this chick's other material, but Shape Of You - Various - Hits Vol.23 (Vinyl) song has some good electronic feels to it and an atmospheric side, which is odd for a song with a title like "Gangsta".
New Years Day, a band with potential, does try their best here to put this song in their style, and although there's better material from these guys "Relentless" is a fantastic songthey didn't do anything to ruin what this song was about in any way shape of form.
Yeah, Ashley Costello's vocals occasionally get a bit irritating, but that's not a slight against her other efforts here due to the fact that they are solid, and everyone involved does try to make this a solid cover. This is probably the first song that I heard from this album, the other being that Dance Gavin Dance song, and I feel like this does a MUCH better job with the screamed vocals intertwining with the singing than that song.
For full disclosure on both the artist being covered as well as the band covering the artist, The Weeknd is similar to Bruno Mars in the fact that there is a soulfulness to his voice that takes a lot from artists of the past like Michael Jackson or even Prince. The Amity Affliction is a decent act with some successful discs and some pretty decent songs, and while this isn't my favorite song on the disc, I like how the screaming vocals and the clean vocals do a good job at feeling consistent, and that's crazy for a cover song that has screaming that you'd get in heavy styles of music.
It's a very solid touch to this song and it gives off a very different vibe to the track. Both versions of this song are about the same in terms of quality, so there isn't much I need to say. Andy Black and Juliet Simms play off of each other well, with Andy Black carrying the stronger performance, and this is another track that feels like it was meant to be covered by someone in the rock genre.
So, this is definitely a song to check out. And with this cover, they really don't do anything that's different from the track. They don't really ruin it or make it better. It's just a band covering a successful song, so, I think this is a track to forget about. One thing I've noticed about this compilation is all of the unknown bands covering tracks here. We had Grayscale previously, and now here's Capsize, a band who's covering a song from Drake entitled "Fake Love", and there's a ton of pure kinesis in this cover.
The original song isn't really for me. It's a song that probably does have an audience, and Drake certainly is no stranger to having fans across the globe, but to me this is a pretty by-the-numbers rap track.
Capsize really make this something I could easily get behind and get excited about. The vocals here are very passionate and powerful, and that includes the screaming that occasionally will make an appearance. Like with The Amity Affliction, which was more metalcore than this, I feel like this cover does a good job at making something heavier that was far from heavy, and it's definitely one of the highlights. Granted, this cover is WAY better than that pile of garbage cover that Halestorm did prepare the flak machinesbut this is just a transparent one to me.
This one is done is a more pop-punk style, which is fine. Everyone in this band is trying their best, and that's something considering they are a promising act, but it just feels similar to the Grayscale cover of "Love Yourself" where it's a band covering a song in their style and not doing enough to really differentiate from the pack.
But at least it's not the next track on the album Where do I even begin with this? I could write a million things and go off on multiple platitudes about this and it will never be enough. Okay, Shape Of You - Various - Hits Vol.23 (Vinyl) off, this song is absolute garbage.
Probably the worst pop song that I've ever heard in my life. Ed Sheeran, who was once a passionate artist that had potential with tracks like "Thinking Out Loud", is now writing songs about loving a woman's hot looking body and chanting "ooh-I-ooh" in the chorus like it was rejected music from The Backyardigans.
And for that, I don't really need to say much about this band's cover of this song because it's just as awful. There is no reason to even get behind this cover at all. I mean, I couldn't even get past the first verse; that's how bad this song is.
That, and now there are billion bands in the universe covering this song which is lyrically inept and uninspired, and this song somehow managed to get over 1 billion streams on Spotify, and not something that actually has a deep meaning in the pop department.
What is the appeal behind this poor impersonation of a romantic Justin Timerlake Shape Of You - Various - Hits Vol.23 (Vinyl) It's nothing but a total mound of malarky that belongs deep in the sewer! But no, they have to make this song more overrated and more terrible. They have to make me hate Ed Sheeran even more for even thinking that this song was a good idea in the first place.
I'm pretty sure that Eat You Heart Out is a band with decent material begging to be noticed, but the fact of the matter is, they're covering a terrible song. Nothing more to say, other than this is trash. Absolute abominable trash. What's next?
Because this cover is absolutely fantastic. The Plot In You is much more of a metalcore band, and lately they've played around a bit with nu-metal as seen on their last album "Happiness In Self Destruction". Recently, they signed with Fearless, and they were probably asked by the label to choose a song to cover for this album in order to show the world what they're capable of in terms of cover songs. And I need to tell you guys, the people behind the recording booth must have been blown away after the band finished recording this song.
They took a song that has a softer tone behind it, and gave it some respect. They didn't make a cover just for the sake of making a cover or try to do anything above and beyond what the original artist did. They made it similar to the original song in terms of sound, and made it much more meaningful, emotional, and overall improved upon it.
You would think that since this band has heavier material than this that it would be done in the vein of that style. But, instead, we get Landon Tewers singing behind a soft and somber clean guitar and giving off easily one of the best vocal performances I've ever heard him give.
He really is a diverse vocalist and he is able to take his voice to heights that not everyone in this style of music ae capable of.
That's really all I need to say. This is the best track on Punk Goes Pop 7, and it's only telling where The Plot In You go from here considering they have an excellent new song out right now entitled "Feel Nothing", and that could only lead to more beautiful landscapes on future releases.
Go listen to this track immediately. Like with the covers from Capsize, Dance Gavin Dance, and The Amity Affliction, this is a much heavier cover which also includes some screamed vocals mixed in with singing vocals and this is one that easily falls along the same category as the Dance Gavin Dance song, only it's worse.
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