Mumford & Sons seem to have figured out that there is more than one way to put together a song. This tweaking of their songwriting technique gives this album a decent flow, and makes it a much smoother listen than Sigh No More.
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Tekken is one of those games that self-professed “hardcore gamers” probably look to when they lament more casual fans encroaching on their beloved pastime. And frankly, they can keep it.
The back cover kind of says it all: Jason Jack Miller’s Hellbender is “Johnny Cash with a fistful of copperheads singing the devil right back to hell”.
Breakthrough is a substantive piece of work, an album to be reckoned with by critics and fans alike.
These two teen horror pictures have more ambition than Twlight, but don’t quite fulfill their potential.