I'm quite fond of the very Dokken-style of melodies and passion, however, some of the song-writing and progression makes it, as a whole, sort of clustered. For example, though the chorus is well-sung, after it'd been sung three times by not even the two-minute mark, it gets a tad old quickly. That, and the pitch of which it is sung fluctuates on a few occasions. Still though, I do enjoy the solo after the somewhat fast two verses and choruses. A good effort overall.
9.25/10. Another sweet nostalgia rush - fucking loved that game. Brings back memories of when I was playing split screen against one of my old friends and I nailed him with the Welrod (that shitty one-shot pistol) from across the map. I marked out.
The quality of audio provided is a slight letdown, as the song itself can't be found many other places, and while a bunch of the lyrics are a bit lackluster, this is still a fine effort from a band of which I've been meaning to look further into, since hearing the song "Remedy". In particular, I'm quite fond of the vocalist for his deep, yet melodic tones and sinister passion. I just wouldn't particularly listen to this song often, if I had the choice.
8.5/10. Iím just going to say this about Leonard Cohen: He needs to re-record his entire back catalogue. His voice today is beyond words. His vocals have aged deeper and huskier, and this inner wisdom just pours out of him. Continuing on with the Cohen theme, I would like this to someday be my wedding song: