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No Guts, No Glory

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Inspired by the likes of Judas Priest, Thin Lizzy, Angel City, Rose Tattoo, AC/DC and Motorhead, Airbourne have been waving the rock and roll flag for Australia since 2003, and in the process, winning fans and awards, like the one they took home in 2008 from the Metal Hammer Golden Gods, where the band s album Runnin Wild was named the year s Best Debut Album. They hail from Warrnambool, a small drinking town on the southwestern coast of Victoria, Australia, and they ve steadily gained an immense following among fans of infectious, high energy, whiskey-soaked, whiplash-inducing working man s rock. The band s new album is a mandatory addition to any self-respecting jukebox s library.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 20, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B00342URJ0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,497 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Jacob S. Knoles on April 23, 2010
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This cd is really great. If you enjoyed the first album then expect to like this one. It's pretty much exactly the same. It has some really awesome riffs. The only complaint I have is that their lyrics aren't exactly unique. I think i like "bottom of the well" so much is because it has good lyrics.

Great standout tracks

-Bottom of the Well - my personal favorite
-No Way But the Hard Way
-Blonde, Bad and Beautiful

I would recommend the special edition though. It has like 5 more songs. and two are really good

-Loaded Gun
-My Dynamite Will Blow you Sky High
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I bought this because Airbourne's first CD, "Runnin' Wild" absolutely rules. Just great rock and roll in an old school, no-frills AC/DC style. The band created well crafted and varied tunes through the whole CD. However, they seem to have run out of ideas on "No Guts, No Glory". There are still several great songs, but a few show some repetition in their songwriting. The attitude is still there, but the songs seem to run together by the time you get to the end of the CD. BUT, I'm not unhappy I bought it, because I like to support any band that "flys the flag" for straight up feel good rock n roll. If you like AC/DC and haven't checked out Airbourne, get their first CD. And go see them live if you can; I'm sure it's a great show. And check out Rhino Bucket, another killer Rock n Roll band...
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First off, let it be known I am a huge AC/DC fan which is what turned me on to these guys to begin with. Airbourne didn't reinvent the wheel, & sure they are a complete rip off of AC/DC, but they didn't hide it nor deny it & they pulled it off like no other band has! Which is why there 1st album I took at face value & gave it 4.5 . You can't deny the great hooks or the sing along choruses. This time around however they've had a few years to write, big bucks backing them, & with the amount of touring alot of wisdom. What we got however is the same ol' song & dance. It's the same album, actually it's a more watered down version. Airbourne have shown no progression with this album & are looking like another flash in the pan band. I bought this album not hearing anything, simply on the strength of the 1st album, and I don't hate this one, but I will definetly have to be sold on there next album before I buy.
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I find it extremely amusing that when I popped Airbourne's second album No Guts. No Glory in the computer it tells me I'm listening to AC/DC's comeback album Black Ice. Both bands are from Australia, and Airbourne borrows - heavily - from AC/DC's signature sound. Still, there's plenty of room for more AC/DC inspired rock bands (see also: Big Ball and Charm City Devils), and Airbourne is the best of the bunch.

Airbourne pretty much picks up where their debut Runnin Wild left off. The band basically plugged in their instruments and recorded these songs live, which resulted in a raw, unrestrained, pure expression of rock n' roll excess. Huge hooks, pounding rhythms and screamed lyrics about sex, booze and partying served AC/DC well for decades on end, and they do the trick for Airbourne as well. Single "No Way But the Hard Way" is an early favorite, but the whole album rocks like a hurricane. It's not remotely original, but it is entirely fun and not once will you get bored by an album as rocking as No Guts. No Glory.

Do you like rock n' roll? Then buy this album. It's that simple.

Edition Notes: The Special Edition of No Guts. No Glory comes in a digipack and has five additional studio bonus tracks. They all rock, and if you're an Airbourne fan you're going to want to hear them. It's well worth the extra money.
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i was worried that these guys were a one album wonder, but this album is as good as runnin wild. funny thing is its good through out... just like their last album ! no filler... all killer \m/ rock on !
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OK, first of all, let me say I enjoyed listening to this CD. The songs are great hard rocking tunes. I liked every one of them...

But what the heck is it with Generation Y? Why can't they come up with anything original? Why must they try to remake and claim everything as their own?

This is basically the work of an AC/DC cover band who started to write their own tunes in the exact style of AC/DC. Nothing at all original here. They bring nothing new to the table. Sure, the music sounds good, but there are already a very large amount of AC/DC albums in the world. I liked this, but would rather have had a new and original sounding hard rock CD than an AC/DC ripoff.

Lyrically, the songs consist of one catch phrase chanted repeatedly in each song, with a few linking lyrics in between. Most of the songs sound alike, as do most AC/DC songs. Musically, they are not as tight as AC/DC but it sounds very good.

I am not sure if this CD is intended as a serious effort, or if it is intended as a post-modern 'ironic' offering, as are so many of Gen Y's retro-rock efforts.

AC/DC only had one song, but it was a good song. I am not sure why we needed more of the same, especially when the originals are still around, as far as I know.

I'd certainly rather have this than boy band pop or hip hop or teen girl divas, but it's kind of sad that they are so unimaginative and derivative. Maybe in the future Airbourne will develop a more original sound. I sure hope so.
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