Would you like a new PSB rock album?

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Would you like a new PSB rock album?

No way
32
63%
Yes, something like Release
6
12%
Yes, even more powerful and noisy than Release
13
25%
 
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Re: Would you like a new PSB rock album?

#16 Post by psb-freak » Mon 22 Oct 2018, 8:34 pm

I love those rock-y songs of theirs like the ones dtraversscott mentioned. Release isn't my favourite album but it was something different. I also like guitars.
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Re: Would you like a new PSB rock album?

#17 Post by gehegu » Mon 22 Oct 2018, 9:40 pm

I wouldn’t mind to listen to a Psb album with songs like Dancing in the dusk and a little bit of orchestra, guitar and live instruments here and there. I’m sure they can do a better rock album than “release” just adding some more energy and clearer bass and drums.

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Re: Would you like a new PSB rock album?

#18 Post by gehegu » Mon 22 Oct 2018, 9:43 pm

Bulldog wrote:
Sun 10 Jun 2018, 9:17 am
With Price at the helm they could sound like The Killers - "The last to die" showed that.
I love the killers and Brandon flowers btw. That’s the kind of Rock I like. Anyway I prefer funk, and I can’t imagine them doing that! lol 😂

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Re: Would you like a new PSB rock album?

#19 Post by Bulldog » Mon 22 Oct 2018, 10:35 pm

gehegu wrote:
Mon 22 Oct 2018, 9:43 pm
Bulldog wrote:
Sun 10 Jun 2018, 9:17 am
With Price at the helm they could sound like The Killers - "The last to die" showed that.
I love the killers and Brandon flowers btw. That’s the kind of Rock I like. Anyway I prefer funk, and I can’t imagine them doing that! lol 😂
They could make a vintage-sounding britfunk album with Joey Negro. Otherwise the one and only Nile Rodgers... But I don't know what kind of "rock" producer they could hire. Rick Rubin perhaps? For a ZZ Top kind of thing.
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