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Vivid

Living Colour

1988

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An album that is somewhat idiosyncratic and yet very of it's time. Certainly a unique combination of genres. I want to like this more than I do but I think its the vocal style (and some of the lyrics) that bring it down for me. I am more familiar with guitarist Vernon Reid from his 96 solo album "Mistaken Identify" which I enjoy much more. Even their 93 album "Stain," though generally not rated as highly, is much heavier and more interesting to me.

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5

Listened to half the album, surprised by how much I liked the yeehaw. Will Deff finish the other half soon.

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5

Well timed on the last day of black history month. Hopefully I’ll see them at riot fest this year

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5

J'aime beaucoup beaucoup. Excellente découverte. Lola aime bien aussi.

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5

Living Colour is something genuinely unique in rock and roll. An absolutely phenomenal album, and featuring one of the greatest rock covers of all times in These Memories Can't Wait.

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5

Great

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5

I listened to the heck out of this album in the 90s. It still rocks, if it's just a bit dated. Great guitar and bass playing. Very high energy, hard rock with some other stylistic elements. All very good!

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5

En general un grato descubrimiento. Escuchar una banda negra con un sonido tan pesado (o sea pesado en el sentido hard rock/metal) es muy refrescante. A reserva de sonar patronising, creo que de las cosas que más lamento de la escena del metal en la actualidad es en realidad la falta de negros. Me la pasé re bien la verdad. Uno que otro momento de vocales muy de la época que no me gustaron pero en realidad, bastante chido casi todo, El final de Which Way to America está loco, solo por eso fue mi fav. Mood: headbanging to funky tunes

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5

Amazing. From start to finish, this album is funky, rockin' and gets you moving.

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5

Funk-tastic! This is the shit.

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5

It's like they've taken all the bits of hair metal that I like and dropped the bits I don't like.

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5

Open Letter (to a Landlord) is a tune and still applicable mostly Which Way to America? is very topical and current still. Memories can't wait cover is excellent, catches the song very well but still made it their own and arguably better. Tasty, tight and short 11 track album. Bonus track: Should I Stay or Should I Go cover was unexpected but very good with double time, small lyric tweaks and no spanish backing vocals which are odd choices.

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5

Tellement bon , un classique vraiment 5*

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5

There's a lot that I should say about this album

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the opening track is awesome, really sets you up for the whole album! love it’!

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5

Qué buen y entretenido disco. Conocía la de Cult Of Personality que salía en el Guitar Hero (y que Casper dominaba) pero nunca le había dado play al disco completo. Hasta la versión extendida me gustó. Creo que mi parte favorita es la mezcla de guitarras pesadas con ondas funk y las voces que no son exactamente metaleras y entonces le dan una textura extra.

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5

Back to being young again!

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5

Yasss. I owned and played this tape until it died. Loved it and never understood why they never achieved this high again.

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Heard this album a fair few times, it's funky and metal and just fuckin cool 4/5.

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i was excited about this album when it showed up and i'm FEELING it!!

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This was really quite good! Not nearly as heavy as I was expecting, given the Wiki article, but still a good combination of different genres imo.

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4

Love the variety here, great album

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4

I thought of this band as a one-hit wonder before today, but that was unfair. This album is full genre-bending goodness. Best track: Cult of Personality

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4

Cult of personality!

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4

Can't believe I've never heard this before. Great album.

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4

Metal/hard rock with clear singing. Some songs stand out, most others are solid

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4

Good stuff! Luv

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4

Enjoyable album great rock and hip hop inspiration at points 3.8

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4

apparently cult of personality comes off a woke bop of an album

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4

This album was so groovy! Not sure if everyone had the live versions or if mine was extended somehow but I didn’t love the live versions. Loved the rest of it though!

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4

Funky metal

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4 exactly. hard to put cult of personality as the first track and be able to follow that up

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Buen rock, creo que no ubicaba a una banda de rock cuyos integrantes fueran todos negros. Lo disfruté y además lo que tiene de denuncia social fluye junto con lo demás. "Cult of Personality" y "Funny Vibe" fueron mis favoritas. 8.5/10

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4

Really good album beginning to end

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In 1988, few heavy metal bands were comprised of all black members, and fewer had the talent or know-how to inject different musical forms into their hard rock sound (funk, punk, alternative, jazz, soul, rap) -- but N.Y.C.'s Living Colour proved to be an exception. Unlike nearly all of the era's metal bands, the group's music has held up over time, thanks to its originality and execution. Living Colour leader/guitarist Vernon Reid spent years honing his six-string chops, and was one of the most respected guitarists in New York's underground scene. He couldn't have done a better job selecting members for his new rock band -- singer Corey Glover, bassist Muzz Skillings, and drummer Will Calhoun -- as their now-classic debut, Vivid, proves. Though the album was released in mid-1988, it picked up steam slowly, exploding at the year's end with the hit single/MTV anthem "Cult of Personality," which merged an instantly recognizable Reid guitar riff and lyrics that explored the dark side of world leaders past and present (and remains LC's best-known song). The album was also incredibly consistent, as proven by the rocker "Middle Man" (which contains lyrics from a note penned by Glover, in which he pondered suicide), the funky, anti-racist "Funny Vibe," the touching "Open Letter (To a Landlord)," plus the Caribbean rock of "Glamour Boys." Add to it an inspired reading of Talking Heads' "Memories Can't Wait," the Zeppelin-esque "Desperate People," and two complex love songs ("I Want to Know" and "Broken Hearts"), and you have one of the finest hard rock albums of the '80s -- and for that matter, all time.

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4

Awesome album! Not quite a 5/5 but close!

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Ja ik mag dit wel. Fantastische stem, en lekker energiek. Duidelijk de sound van eind jaren 80, maar nog steeds goed te pruimen. Beetje oude Chili Peppers maar dan met een echte zanger 😁

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4

Really enjoyed this album...except for the last song. It sounds ahead of its time by about 10 years. It's made me want to check out their other albums.

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Finde es tatsächlich n gutes Album. Vereinzelt echt gute Lieder!

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I liked that

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Creo que está un poco pasado de moda pero se deja escuchar.

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It is ironic (not the right word… cosmically aesthetic?) that I got Living Color the day after Rage Against the Machine, since RAtM basically took “Cult of Personality” and “Funny Vibe” and ran with it. But here we are decades later, and these songs are still sadly relevant. Bit more funkay than RAtM, bit less serious. I can dig it. Now I’ll stop before I embarrass myself further.

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4

Solid jams, songs are a little repetitive but the sound is good so it's the worst thing.

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What an amazing album. I came in pretty cold - had only heard "cult of personality" before. But wow, they sound like a few other bands from the time but have their own distinct twist. And what a varied album, hard rock, pop rock, funk, soul, rap, little bit of country. Memories can't wait is a great cover. Every song is fantastic. Coming out of the gate with a debut album like this, I dunno how I've never listened to them before but I'm blown away. I'm keep 5-star ratings for what I consider to be perfect albums. I would give this a 4.5 but have to round down.

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Was hoping for an aural detox after yesterday’s fiasco. Dare not say the name. And BANG! Hit with a hard rock banger that brings back the excitement of playing GTA San Andreas. Opening track, Cult of Personality. I would have struggled to stay alert for another 1 star album and I’m conscious not to let that skew my review of this album. Style is in line bands of the time. Faith no More, Janes Addiction, RHCP and even Mr. Big. However as the album progresses, there are harder rock and cheesier riffs that drag us back to the 80’s and give off Van Halen feels. Have to remember this album is ‘88. Some very catchy, punchy bass riffs that are keeping me interested and even reminding of Big Country in part. Nice to hear songs I’ve definitely heard before but maybe wasn’t sure who the song was by. “Funny Vibe” could be straight out of RHCP’s Mother’s Milk. It’s interesting to see this band is a group of black New Yorkers and have produced very similar sounds of mostly white LA 80’s funk rockers. Verses of “Which Way to America” is borrowed straight from Talking Heads which is good to see. Very Tina Weymouth with heavier tone. Decimalised ratings would have helped me rate this more effectively. It’s better than a 3 but not quite a 4. I’m not counting any of the bonus tracks included on the Spotify bonus version.

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4

Sequência de riffs que verdadeiramente arrebata.

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4

Two bands helped save the boredom of rock at the end of the 80’s: Jane’s Addiction and Living Colour. Vivid was killer through out and still got something to it.

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Reminds me a lot of mother love bone. Had a few listens of this just on in the background. Think it needs a proper listen. I'll revisit it but going high and giving it a 4.

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4

Very solid debut from this quarter of NYC music students. Some classic songs here, with just a little bit of filler(“What’s Your Favorite Color” in particular never landed for me). But it has aged well, and the performances and production are both fantastic. The band’s next album, Time’s Up, is their masterpiece imo.

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4

An excellent album that I haven't listened to in far too long.

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Grand Theft Auto San Andreas let’s goooo!!!!!! Really enjoyed this one - full on late eighties nostalgia - the sound is so crisp and clear! - and the playing is incredible, especially Vernon Reid’s funky guitar solos and Muzz Skilling’s amazing melodic bass. A funk rock fusion to savour- just blast the album and enjoy musicians doing their thing.

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4

Fantastic album. Brings all the songs of yesteryear back to me.

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4

Unexpectedly enjoyed this!

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4

Nice. Pretty good rock album.

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I have listened to all of this album before. I liked it enough back then, that I listened to the next album too. I like "Cult of Personality" and "Glamour Boys" enough that they are on my 'I will listen to this again' list (5 stars). As a whole, my opinion of the album is still the same as it was when the album first came out. I like some tracks very much, but most of the album is okay (3 stars). With rounding, I guess the album gets 4.

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Rocking, social commentary, catchy. I had heard Cult of Personality a million times on GTA but really enjoyed this listen. Blunt. Aware. Cool. 4/5.

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4

Oh, those late 80's vibes, the 90's were just around the corner and things were taking a good shape. Love how these guys would mix several influences into their brand of groovy hard rock.

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4

Dope album with some really inspired tracks. Totally worth the time.

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Después de reconocer Cult of Personality no tenía grandes expectativas pero fue una grata grata sorpresa. Los solos bastante atascados y los poderosos riffs hacen de este disco una chulada. Mi único pero son las dos últimas canciones que siento son los tracks más flojos del disco pero en general, gran sorpresa. Songs: I want to know, Middle Man, Memories Can't Wait, Cult of Personality

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3.5 | En realidad no conocía mas que Cult of Personality y no tenía bien idea de qué esperar. En mi opinión el disco llega a su pico de manera inmediata con esa canción y nunca llega al mismo nivel, sí es un caso en que la canción y el sencillo es lo mejor que tiene que ofrecer, sin embargo no es para decir que el resto sea malo, quizá solo que es demasiado estandar. Por letras en realidad nada que poner atención, todo lo esperado y sin cosas notables. La música bien hecha, hard rock/pop noventero que suena muy correcto, a veces un poco más pesado, a veces más baladesco, un poco de funk, metal... suena bastante a RHCP pero sin sentirse forzado ni copia... simplemente es la manera en que hacen canciones. Buen disco , muy sólido pero lo realmente brillante es esa primera canción.

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Second great album in a row from 1988 (got Tracy Chapman's ST yesterday) and man Vernon Reid is a monster! I still dig a lot of this, obviously Cult of Personality is great song with a classic riff. I had forgotten about Chuck D and Flava Flav popping up in Funny Vibe. Open Letter To A Landlord and (Talking Heads cover) Memories Can't Wait are also highlights.

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So, I loved this band when they first came out. I generally preferred Time's Up, which I thought had stringer songs across the board. But, listening again, it does have Cult of Personality, Glamour Boys, and Middle Man, all of which are very strong. Some dated production choices aside, it still sounds great. Everyone's playing at their peak. Contemporaneous live records tend to cut loose a bit more, which si wild. It has the advantage of a metal album that incorporates other influences (most notably funk, which was pretty fresh at the time, if later to become cliched) and not-dumb lyrics (occasionally a little heavy handed, but forgivably so). Politically aware, energetic, heavy. Still a great listen

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Good album - thoughtful lyrics

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I really like the "groovy funk" feel of songs like Middle Man. Then the heavy drums of songs like Desperate People. Seems weird to me that as much as I loved Cult of Personality in my youth and the rest of my life, I don't think I ever heard this whole album before. And lots of powerful lyrics like in Which Way to America.

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4

I listened to it, it wasn't quite my cup of tea, not bad though

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Genre defying: metal/funk/hip-hop/rap. An eye-opener!

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I've heard a couple of songs on this album before but had no idea what band sung them. The albums great - I listened to a couple of the songs multiple times!

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4

bella scoperta molto glam

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Rock animado.

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4

This band. What a sound. Corey Glover. What a voice. Fuck yeah. This album gets double horns. \m/ \m/

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Better than I expected!

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Some catchy stuff but I'm just not feeling it overall.

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BRa stuff, GH3 !

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I wouldn’t say metal, considering the musical landscape of the late 80’s, but fun time.

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On my second listen, and enjoying the album overall. 'Cult of Personality' is obviously the stand-out, but there's some other notable tracks on here, as well, like 'Desperate People'. That said, I am feeling that, other than the aforementioned stand-out, the other tracks are fairly generic sounding. The guitar work is incredible, but the songs themselves fall pretty flat. It might be because 'Cult of Personality' is such an incredible song, that it just sets a bar the rest of the album can't match.

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Not bad. First song definitely a hit. Some really cool and interesting instrumental bits. I'd like to listen to again but doubt it would be in my rotation

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Cults of Personality is a straight banger. The rest feels like a lesser tier of Huey Lewis

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At first I was like, ehhh generic 80s-90s "classic/hair metal rock" sound, but it got better as it went on. It's cool that they were pioneers for people of color in this genre though. I guarantee many racists listened to this band, found out they were black, and were like "I'M SO CONFLICTED". Listened to some live performances on YouTube and they seem to get much heavier and more interesting to me. I can see some RATM vibes, I'm guessing they were influenced by LC a bit. Lyrics seem to be a bit socially conscious which is nice to hear. I have heard "Cult of Personality", not a huge fan. I've heard Desperate People, that one is not bad, cool guitar work. Overall very good control of his voice, but not my type of vocals. I got to Memories Can't Wait and was like HOLD ON A SEC. Man, many people covering Talking Heads from our list so far.

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kinda cool don’t know really

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kinda catchy. not really what I wanted to listen to. cover so cool

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3 stars

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Not bad. not totally my thing, bit of punk and rap though.

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7

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S'alright. I know the one song from the sketch show and "Cult of Personality" - possibly from GTA and other Best-of lists.

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i really dig the lead vocals. electric bass slaps pretty hard. all in all, id say this is a pretty solid rock album. some socially progressive lyrics to boot

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It was ok... definitely a big drop off after “Cult of Personality” Favorite Track(s): “Cult of Personality”

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A lot of good variety in sounds and some killer guitar work/vocals

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It was nice to revisit this one. It was such a big deal when it came out. There were some songs I didn't really remember, and then some I was excited to revisit. It's not terribly inventive, but there are some solid songs.

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Not really for me.

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6

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Liked it more than expected/feared

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Today I worked on pulling louver and flush window details from Train A and adding them to the Train B set. Also began working on the demo plan and the slab plan for the addendum due on Jan 20th. This album was super easy to work to and kept me motivated through the day.

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i dunno. it was music. has the cult of personality song. then a bunch of their songs all started sounding the same.

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Fijne stem. Ik kende al een paar nummers maar vond niet alles op deze plaat je-het.

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Yeah decent. Very 80s and political messages. I liked track one, but I can’t remember what it was called. I watched the video on YouTube. You should check it out.

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Best tof om weer eens te horen, maar niet helemaal af kunnen luisteren

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Tge music part was enjoyable and for a style of singin I generally dislike and cringe at, this was not offensive at all. Concept was kinda weak - seemed like it was just.... we're black! But given the time, I won't fully blame them. Anyway, it was entertaining at the least, but a 3 (really more of a 2.7) at the most.

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I think I saw this band live as a warm up to a dinosaur band. It might have been the Stones? I'm falling behind on my 1001 homework so had a chance to play this but didn't really have a chance to listen.

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3

Some good bops, better than metallica

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got me rocking :) added the broken hearts track to my allsorts playlist

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Pretty much what I expected. Just ok.

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It's alright, the first track was easily the best, no questions what so ever.

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3

Unfortunately, the quality of songs varies massively after the opener, which deservedly became a hit.

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3

Not that notable but I didn't dislike it

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Classic rockish.. I didn't really like the vocals.

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Beetje funk, beetje rock. Best grappig!

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Pretty good I think

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Cool.

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3.5

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3

One great song. I used to listen to this quite a bit when it came out. I don't remember most of the songs now.

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3

Cult of Personality will always be a banger. Then the rest of the album is kinda meh.

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Cult of Personality on Guitar Hero was my first and only foray into Living Colour. For a US based band there is a noticable British rock/punk sound in the beginning of the album. When you find out the bassist was British born, this connects the dots. It then moves to more of a funk vibe, and finishes off the album with turn to some metal. Best: Cult of Personality Worst: Open Letter (To a Landlord)

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3

No Again, Public Enemy influence. Enjoyable metal

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Above average 80s hard(ish) rock

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not my thang but it was kind of good.

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it was decent. Hasn't aged super well and it wasn't my bag when it came out. the racial profiling song is still relevant today. They added some decent swag to the Clash cover.

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I expected not to want to revisit this.. i don't have great recollections about Living Colour, but Cult of Personality was way better to listen to again than thinking about it. It holds up. Unfortunately, there's a lot of okay content and then the weird funny vibe. Open Letter is also strong and i give them props for what they were doing at the time.

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3

fun and a little sassy

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3

Did like this one - a couple poor songs but overall it was good.

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3

Pretty decent rock album. Felt like this band combined a few elements of hard rock, hair metal, and pop alternative. The album had a lot of diversity it in which was good and bad. Overall it was decent. 6.4/10

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3

Cult of Personality. What an opener! I wasn't too familiar with the rest of the album. Enjoyed it, but nothing else really stood out.

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Interesting, nice mix of genres and good production but boring

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This album is weird. It's like new age and rock, very strange. It makes me uncomfortable. Not very good, pretty average, and uninteresting.

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3

Some songs better than others, but a great example of 80s rock

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I really like the funk rock sound of this album, a really good listen, some of the guitar riffs (while strong) were a bit redundant for me personally, but a really solid album from the late 80s.

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3

Enjoyable listen! Wouldn't mind hearing this again every once in a while.

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3

Good background music

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Fun harder rock album. Cult of Personality slaps of course. Really enjoyed this

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Top picks: Cult of Personality and Desperate People. Didn't listen to the whole thing, but I liked the first half well enough.

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Blended together, classic rock.

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Good start, getting a mix of Kiss/RHCP vibes as we go along. Moving into a little ballad-y jam? Not my fave, nothing wrong with it but just not really connecting with this.

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was ok - felt like songs that would be used at the end of an 80s film about a battle of the bands, with everyone cheering afterwards and carrying the band out of the arena on their shoulders

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This had some good rhythm, some nice guitar and a good sound but over all it just felt a bit flat. Felt like it was trying to copy a lot of better bands in the same genre rather than being something different.

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Not timeless

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Not bad but not that into it. I thought "Funny Vibes" was a disaster of a song until I looked them up and found out they are a group of all black men, then the lyrics made more sense. Got Huey Lewis and the News vibes at certain points, but Living Colour is more hardcore. The moments when they fused hip hop in were somewhat intreguing. Overall didn't do much for me, was tired of it by the end of the album.

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Eh, not so much.

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Wow this was very samey and in your face. Wasn't a fan

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Not a huge fan of this one. A bit too loud for me in places but there are aspects of it I liked.

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Not at all what I was expecting when it said metal album. confusion out of 5

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instruments are neat, vox are quite corny. 3/10, not feeling this one

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I agree with MG's assessment. Black guys rocking out is a nice change of pace, but it gets tiresome pretty quick.

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could be better

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Rock duro metálico. Esto no me va a mi.

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The problem that 2nd (&3rd & 4th) generation hard rock bands are faced with, from my POV, is that by the time they hit the scene, Jimmy & Richie & Tony had taken all the good riffs. These guys have salvaged some passable riffs, the vocalist is good, I like the funky twists, but my anti-commercial radio radar went off way too many times, esp. on songs like "I Want to Know." And the first thirty seconds of "Open Letter" is cringeworthy. I don't usually like covers, but I DO like the cover of "Memories Can't Wait", or I should say I liked the first half: it transforms the song into a party anthem, which it is in a weird kinda way, but then they take two minutes to wind it down. Sheesh.

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2/5

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It was a good album. I don't have much to add mainly because it isn't the sort of album that appeals to me at all. I'm sure the content was really meaningful, but it was just packaged in a way that I didn't like. Meh.

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Ungute Mischung aus Pop und Heavy Elementen

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Nope

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I really enjoyed Cult of Personality, mostly since I already know the song, and that’s about it.

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I imagine this is what it would sound like if Huey Lewis tried to do a metal album. 6.1/10

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Very interesting. Didn't especially like it, but interesting. Too much guitar pyrotechnics - 'shredding' at the cost of musicality, a pet hate of mine. Very clever but it sounds terrible.

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One good tune does not a good album make! Opening track Cult of Personality is a certified nosebleeder! Rest of the album is certified meh. Disappointed in all honesty.

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It’s like the 80’s and 90’s started a fight but ended up just rolling around on the floor with one another.

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// Favs: Cult Of Personality Score: Strong 2 to Light 3

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1 half decent song rest not worth listening to

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There are some highs here...but the lows are LOW. A bunch of cringe on this album

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loving the beginning. voice is okay? reminds me of someone kinda annoying but i can't place him. lyrics are meh. music is insane though too bad i don't love the vocal part. well this applied to all songs. 2.5.

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Cool riffs and Cult of Personality is a classic, but aside from that it was a bit boring.

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2.5

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eh

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Not for me. Guitar wankery in EVERY song.. 2 🌟

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Bro, we live in a society, with guitars!

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Meh. Really not my cup of tea. I checked out their more recent albums, and they were better.

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Although it varied throughout, was just too 80s rock for me, i didnt enjoy the lead guitars or the vocals

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Very 80s vibe. Not bad just not for me

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Cult of Personality and jaunty late 80s rock. If you get a chance, check out the music video.

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This one just did not resonate with me. Though technically impressive, the tracks are all over the place and just do not mesh with one another. There's additionally too much push-and-pull between overlong choruses and indulgent shredding that make the songs 1-2 choruses too long imo.

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This sucked

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I do not like this music. The first track was a song I remember from GTA San Andreas. I found it annoying then, and I find it annoying now.

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Really bad shit.

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Nah. Funk metal is not my bag

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Production is good. Unlikely to revisit.

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A steaming turd of an album. Who knew lasts 80s hard rock/fusion could be so bland.

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Over produced fashion rock, I can appreciate they’re good musicians but the showboating is not for me.

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Not my thing

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Thought this was terrible

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