39 Minutes Of Bliss (In An Otherwise Meaningless W review by Caesars

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  • Released: Apr 22, 2003
  • Sound: 8
  • Lyrics: 8
  • Overall Impression: 8
  • Reviewer's score: 8 Superb
  • Users' score: 9 (3 votes)
Caesars: 39 Minutes Of Bliss (In An Otherwise Meaningless W

Sound — 8
In their debut UK album Caesars Palce (a.k.a. the Caesars) have rilliantly mixed some modern guitar sounds with some old 60's style organs and noises. For the most part this works well, however at times the singing can be hard to make out from all the noise from the other instruments.

Lyrics — 8
Well where to start... The lyrics seemd to be geared heavily around losing girlfriends and subjects of that nature, however there are some songs that focus on good things about people. In some of the songs there aren't really clear chorus's and verse's since they repeat the lyrics to the two sections a number of times, although this does still sound good it can be a little repetative at times. As for the singers ability he is strong and confident with his words amd they fir in well with the tunes, despite being drowned out some of the time.

Overall Impression — 8
There really isn't another band out there like Caesars so they're in a field of their own, and with this album it's safe to say they have conquored that field. Some of the songs are short, however the tunes they've come up with are very memorable and follow you round all day. The two best songs on the album would have to be 'Only You' (for it's guitar riff) and 'Jerk It Out' for it's originality. This is not an album for everyone admitadly, but if you like one of their songs then you'll like them all. From this album it's clear to see that this band could go a long way in Britain.

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