Liberation Transmission reviews— 13 total
13 user reviews of Liberation Transmission by Lostprophets
Has some crazy guitar solos and the album is a genre between rock and hardcore.
However it still has some brilliant and well-thought up songs.
For itself if you wouldn't know what the lostprophets are actually capable of it's a good fun record for those...
There are many good songs on this record, including Everyday Combat, Town Called Hypocrisy, Can't Catch Tomorrow and Everybody's Screaming...
Everyday Combat - best opener possible. It's a great song, one of the best on the album.
The most impressive song is Everyday Combat. As classic Prophets as you'll get on Liberation Transmission.
The most impressive songs from the album are "Everyday Combat", which is similar to previous songs and has a catchy...
4am forever is an example of a new anthem, perhaps too reminiscient of Last Summer from Start Something.
I think that the Lostprophets have kind of created a genre of thier own, that no 1 else can really...
The group still has their same charm, you just have to get used to the changes.
As a Lostprophets fan, I've been waiting it for a long time.
Musically this is a lot tamer then FSOP, no screaming (but a lot of shouting and sing-along stadium choruses).
Some songs seem over produced and I was dissapointed at the lack of screaming or heavy songs.