Jerusalem Review

artist: Steve Earle date: 08/01/2003 category: compact discs
Steve Earle: Jerusalem
Released: Sep 24, 2002
Genre: Country
Tones: Angry, Earnest, Passionate, Intense, Dramatic, Ambitious, Uncompromising
Styles: Country-Rock, Roots Rock, New Traditionalist
Number Of Tracks: 11
 Lyrics: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
 Overall rating:
 9.5 
 Reviewer rating:
 10 
 Users rating:
 9 
 Votes:
 10 
 Views:
 218 
review (1) user comments vote for this album:
overall: 10
Jerusalem Reviewed by: UG Team, on august 01, 2003
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Lyrics: Well, that takes talent from one level to another. Compare the lyrics on this album to any Dylan lyrics. This would be the winner. A complete classic. // 10

Overall Impression: Steve is writing better than ever. After the global success of transcendtal blues Steve has returned with a much more political album. Tracks such as "Ashes To Ashes", "America v 6.0" and "Conspiracy Theory" show Steve's opinion on the world today. "John Walker's blues" was the track that astonished me, how someone can write a song like that. I don't know. But the track that sums this album up is "Jerusalem", the lyric we can wash the blood from our hands and hatred from our souls' // 10

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