11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Buckcherry’s third album finds the band hurtling through rock ’n’ roll’s space-time continuum, yanking sonics from the past and then adding their own guttural sucker punches. There’s ’60s Yardbirds-y rock (“Next 2 You”), ’70s punk (“So Far”), '70s arena rock (“Out of Line”), ’80s metal (“Broken Glass”), and ’90s pop (“Carousel,” “Everything”).

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Buckcherry’s third album finds the band hurtling through rock ’n’ roll’s space-time continuum, yanking sonics from the past and then adding their own guttural sucker punches. There’s ’60s Yardbirds-y rock (“Next 2 You”), ’70s punk (“So Far”), '70s arena rock (“Out of Line”), ’80s metal (“Broken Glass”), and ’90s pop (“Carousel,” “Everything”).

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
559 Ratings

559 Ratings

ejakubik ,

Get It

I will admit that the first time I scanned though this, I didn't think much of it. But once you listen to the whole thing a few times, it is an excellent album. Can't wait to see them live.

Dustin M Pardue ,

Excellent Comeback

After about a 4-year hiatus, Buckcherry comes back with a bang. The vocals, still channeling Steven Tyler at times, and cripser and cleaner than their previous record "Timebomb." Musically, Buckcherry seems to have grown a bit therefore making this album more diverse stylistically. Are those some country riffs I hear?
Nice works guys, and good to have you back.

RBLB26 ,

Smack-in-your-face, pure rock!

What happened to rock just being about having fun, dicking around, just stupid things and not cutting your wrists, girlfriends, bad relationships that break your heart? AC/DC with their gung-ho attitude, Van Halen, The Darkness. Buckcherry represents the light that shines to this day that that original rock still exists in this world. 15 is a flat out rocker with beefy riffs, great vocals, and pretty decent solos.

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