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Night Visions
Night Visions

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4.0 out of 5 stars Great Pop Music, September 6, 2012
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This is what pop music is meant to be. Infectiously catchy, creative, and diverse. From start to finish the upcoming Imagine Dragons album, Night Visions, is a radio-friendly work of art. While the group pays tribute to an undeniably 80′s electronic sound they do so without feeling cheesy or dated. Their indelible hooks look to already be leading them to commercial success. Most recently the track Radioactive has been featured in commercials for a new television series.

The album features several songs that were release earlier this year on the groups Continued Silence EP. This includes the album's opener, It's Time, which has been receiving radio play since it's release. It serves as a strong introduction to any new comers to the world of Imagine Dragons. Tiptoe follows next with the most obvious hat-tip to the aforementioned 80′s vibe. Once you bounce your way through the driving bass of Radioactive you'll find yourself at Demons; A thoroughly modern track in the vein of what you might hear from a group like OneRepublic. As the album continues it explores an unbelievably diverse set of styles ranging from world music to r&b. There is truly not a single track of filler on Night Visions


My Fault
My Fault

4.0 out of 5 stars A Great Song Demonstrating Diversity, September 6, 2012
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My fault offers a slightly different side of Imagine Dragons. Trespassing near the realm of r&b, My Fault, is an undeniably catchy track that shows off imagine dragons' love of diversity.


Daisy
Daisy
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5.0 out of 5 stars Phenomenal Album., October 26, 2009
This review is from: Daisy (Audio CD)
Another album of absolute growth from the boys in Brand New. At the end of the day this album may end up being their most divisive effort to date, even amongst there fans. Every track posses a level of rawness that make the album as a whole truly engaging. My picks for best tracks are Gasoline, Sink, and Daisy. Pick this one up TODAY!


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