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Lost Prophets - Liberation Transmission

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by -westy-, 6 Jul 2006.

  1. -westy-

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    Hey,

    Heard a few tracks from the Lost Prophets new album, Liberation Transmission.

    What are people's opinions on this album? I'm liking it a lot from what i've heard. A good purchase?

    Thanks :)
     
  2. Grandmaster Fap!

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    They are playing the 'Rooftops' single like mad here, good song but seriously cliche 'emo' video :rolleyes:
     
  3. R0B75

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    It's not as good as Start Something IMO, but it's still a decent album. Maybe it will grow on me more and I end up loving it. Who knows..
     
  4. FordPrefect

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    Its pretty good I picked it up on itunes the other day and am well pleased with it.
     
  5. marc_howarth

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    My favourite song has to be 4am Forever, best song i've heard in a long time!! In fact the album has to be my favourite right now
     
  6. Xinn

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    Some alright stuff on it not a great fan tbh, I prefer Start Something and Fake Sound of Progress to this.
     
  7. alexakasloth

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    I'm loving this album right now :D

    My favourite tracks at the moment would be everybodies screaming, rooftops and For all these times son.
     
  8. sinister_stu

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    Their latest single makes me cringe when I hear the chorus and it's all a bit obvious. Start Something was poor compared to The Fake Sound of Progress, which I would say is the only good album they've done.
     
  9. chino

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    Definite cringe worthy chorus...

    'Standing on the rooftops everybody scream your heart out.'

    *shudders*
     
  10. Kainz

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    I was planning to buy this tommorow from Woolies. Heard some of the tracks on itunes and it seems ok. Not a fan of the LP's but I do like some of their tracks. 4am Forever sounds well cool.
     
  11. Alex_L

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    chucked it on the ipod and had a listen to it on the train, and after a first listen i thought it would be a cd that just stayed on my shelves gathering dust. But its starting to grow on me. definitely a different sound to their other albums, but i read somewhere they were bored with their previous 'sound', so i was expecting something a bit different.

    I think 4am forever is the best song on the album, rooftops one of the worst for me.
     
  12. toxic

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    good...but not quite as good as their last album 'start something'...I still listen to that all the time.
     
  13. FTM

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    just caught the new single on MTV ...seems they have been listening to Pat Benatar as the hook from the chorus is straight from Love is a battlefied
     
  14. Andybtsn

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    Lost prophets must have the worst lyrics in the music industry.

    Cringe worthy...
     
  15. alexakasloth

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    Not for angst teenagers ;)
     
  16. THMRK

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    I'm still struggling to come to terms with the fact that this band still exist.
     
  17. aceface57

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    I quite like the new album, if you like there other stuff you'll like this aswell :)
     
  18. sinister_stu

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    Wrong. The first album was actually good. The second and third fall very short of the mark.
     
  19. monkeypants

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    It's far more 'pop-tastic' than their previous albums, but there are a few really good songs on it that just took a while to grow on me.
     
  20. nemtizz

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    The Fake Sound of Progress is just emense, its way better compare to the rest of there albums in many ways.

    It's the only LP album i like.
     
    Last edited: 16 Aug 2006