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The Beatles’ sort of seventh album Revolver is one of the most important in the history of popular music. And on 5th August 2016, it turns fifty. After deviating from their usual sound in 1965 album Rubber Soul, Revolver marks a seismic shift in their style. Ditching live performances, the fab four set to utilise the studio to its full potential. Complete with a lot of drugs.
After the band’s previous album Sempiternal in 2013, the British rock band Bring Me The Horizon released their newest album That’s The Spirit in 2015. From the band’s previous genre, Metalcore, these tracks have turned a different direction from other albums. The genres on this album are alternative rock, pop rock, alternative metal, electronic rock and nu metal.
Kanye West debuted in 2004 with his album The College Dropout and since then he has never failed to make headlines with his ‘egotistical’ attitude and ‘controversial’ deeds. All the way from the well known ‘Imma let you finish’ moment at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards when he defended Beyoncé at Taylor Swift’s cost, to some of his troublesome lyrics and his recent ‘Famous’ music video, Kanye West has built up quite a reputation which is vexing to some, amusing to others but inspiring to his millions and millions of followers.
English rock band Muse’s 2009 album The Resistance blew everyone’s heads off. It’s a masterclass in stadium shaking bombast. Every track makes me want to go to the houses of parliament and punch the nearest politician in the nose. How on earth they were going to top it was beyond anybody. So their sixth studio album,The 2nd Law (released in 2012), had a lot to live up to.
After a shaky start on Friday where the heavens decided to greet me with an insane downpour of rain, my dampened spirits needed to be amended immediately. Ever since Black Sabbath announced that Download would be their last UK festival date ever, I simply had to take the opportunity to see them, no matter how much Donington’s weather and mud baths tried to destroy me both physically and psychologically.
Back in 2006 the band Panic! at the Disco released it’s first ever studio album called A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out. All of the songs on this album were a great hit and fans adored them. However there was one songs that stood out the most and is still Panic’s most classic and popular song and this song is called I Write Sins Not Tragedies.