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Saliva returns to work with Bob Marlette, who produced their first two Island albums. This is their first album with new guitarist Jon Montoya after the departure of Chris D'abaldo. The first single, titled "Ladies & Gentlemen" has been released to radio stations and is already the #1 Most Added track on Mainstream Rock radio.
Long derided by critics as unoriginal and uninspired, Saliva has gained popularity among legions of rock & roll fans eager to celebrate good times with a bottle of domestic beer at their sides and their fists thumping high, high in the air. Blood Stained Love Story seems unlikely to change critical minds--much of the album, including "Ladies and Gentlemen," "Never Gonna Change" and the unimaginatively titled "Twister" comes off like warmed-over '80s hair metal. While it's true that the record features blazing guitar leads and drumming that'll hasten the beats of the average rock-starved heart, it seems unlikely that itor the band that created itwill make an entry into the pantheon of timeless rock & roll. Thoroughly disposable. Jedd Beaudoin
I Already know my teen daughter Saber at 14 Loves her Saliva, been a long time listener!!
The song ( Ladies and gentlemen) a favorite of hers!! Read more
The group put together a great mix. Songs grow on you with each play--Great melodic interludes.
Hard pounding solid songs with staying power.
This cd is awesome and I absolutely loved it!! The songs are a lot like poetry and really helped me through a very rough time in my life. Read morePublished on January 1, 2013 by HappyMonkey
Not sure what all the complaining is about, unless we're expecting Saliva to churn out turgid riffs - a la "Click Click Boom" and "Survival of the Sickest" - over and over again. Read morePublished on January 18, 2012 by Arrogance Breeds in Isolation
If you are looking for the next Tool, Nirvana, or even great 80s hair metal album, this is not it. This album will never be mistaken as a "watermark" album by either the band or... Read morePublished on February 26, 2010 by P. Zeller
don't understand all the low ratings. but to each his own- saliva continues to put out solid releases. not as heavy as survival of the sickest, but still a solid albumPublished on December 25, 2008 by MRT
What can I say, I really enjoy listening to this one. I recommend you pick it up!Published on August 1, 2008 by Amazon Customer