Club Ninja is an underrated album

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  1. Faux machine

    Faux machine Well-Known Member

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    Good album and good jams.
     
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    Dierking Well-Known Member

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    Holy mother of random.



    The Black and Blue Tour changed my life.
     
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    Man I was going through my music library and had a holy shit moment. This album I thought was kinda bullshit was super good.
     
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    Meh. It’s pretty weak beer compared to their prime stuff. The keyboards are especially cringey.
     
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    "Perfect Water" is an awesome song! I agree, a very solid album!
     
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    Sadly, I missed it. I was a little on the young side(15) and needed to rely on someone to take me.
     
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    Go with your first instinct.



    There was the band, .Jefferson Airplane. .They wrote songs like."White Rabbit" & "Somebody to Love." . They turned into Jefferson Starship and wrote songs like "We Built This City on Rock & Roll."

    I listened to this Club Ninja song "Dancin' in the Ruins" . and when the chorus kicked in it hit me: . Blue Oyster Cult had become Blue Oyster Stardust.



    "Perfect Water" imagine Rush as a lounge act (and I don't care for Rush - I don't even know what the fuck I'm
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  8. Faux machine

    Faux machine Well-Known Member

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    Rush would be infinitely better as a lounge act
     
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    Btw, Fm, The Curse of the Hidden Mirror had some good tunes on it as well. This is my favorite.
     
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    Maybe I don’t have the same relation to it that older dudes do. I was born in 1983. I don’t find it cringey but nu metal was my high school soundtrack. That might be the disconnect there. Yeah they have better albums and jams for sure, I won’t dispute that.
     

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