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  1. How would you rate Black Holes and Revelations? Feel free to give a short review including: Good things about the album Bad things about the album Best track Worst track Favourite moment
  2. Do you guys think they will do a 20th anniversary of Showbiz in 2019? Or a 10th anniversary of Absolution/BHAR/TR? I think they won't do a Showbiz anniversary because they said that the rehearsals for OoS songs didn't sound good. (The ones they haven't played for 7 years, i.e. Hyper Music.) If so, where?
  3. I deeply apologise in advance if this thread has been made before. I have a question regarding Black Holes and Revelations. It is claimed that it was influenced by various styles of music: To me, the whole album except for three tracks sound Anglo-American – like the songs they have done before. The three exceptions are: - City of Delusion - Hoodoo - Knights of Cydonia which also happen to be the last tracks on the album. The definitely sound foreign/exotic, but all in the same category: Latin-American. City of Delusion and Hoodoo sounds like something that could have been in the Zorro films. Knights of Cydonia sounds like something more of a western – southern USA, or Mexico. Whereas the rest of the album sound 'standard' as far as musical style goes, namely Anglo-American. In their next album, The Resistance, they are entirely back to Anglo-American music, except of course from United States of Eurasia. So, is it something I am missing here? Are there tracks on Black Holes and Revelations I have not listed that have African, Croatian, Turkish or Italian influences? I don't hear it. I'm not a musical expert at any stage, but I only get that 'foreign' vibe from these three mentioned songs. Thank you!
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