After doing some homework and connecting a few dots, I realize how much I hate the sales industry. How many of you have heard of a little band called Smile Empty Soul? yeah? Know that retail stores refuse to sell their albums? This is what I don’t understand about sales. We exploit sex for profit, but completely ban good bands from shelves because of ONE song. Just yesterday, I was listening to a song that went: “I got commas after my commas” like 50 times. If you have nothing but commas on a check…you don’t have a check. I don’t understand the sales industry. That song I just said will be a hit, but great artists go unrecognized everyday, forced to stay underground for the majority (if not all) of their careers.
Imagine Dragons: Night Visions (8 out of 10)
It all started with the heavy-catchy tune of “Radioactive” to get this reviewer to run out and get this album. Imagine Dragons does an outright beautiful job of bringing their messages together with their electric sound. Even on the less happier songs or those with a more darker subject like “Demons,” which is also one of the more powerful tracks, the upbeat feel of the music tends to bring a couple tears to one’s eye as the lyrics blend with the sound. The tracklist is also full of upbeat songs that inspire dance such as “It’s Time” and “On top of the World,” and the inspirational “Underdog” closes the album on a great note. All around a balanced album lyrically, and one that is a great listen regardless of mood.
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