Game of Sins CD, Import
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An Axel Rudi Pell album is very much like your favorite restaurant. You have a pretty good idea you know what you are going to get. Perhaps you try out a new dish, but it will be in line with what you've had before. You don't go to Taco Bell if you crave Italian food.
Axel once again delivers, with a few extra spices thrown in here and there to keep the album interesting, but it does not derive too far away from what he has been doing for many years. Considering that Johnny G has been singing with the band since 1998, it would be interesting to hear what the band could come up if he contributed some original lyrics to the mix. In comparison to the last couple of albums, I would rank this a little higher than The Crest and Into the Storm, but not quite as perfect as Circle of the Oath.
Digital is great medium for instant consumption for music, but it lacks the full experience of a new album. The CD comes with awesome artwork (as always), plus full linear notes which include the lyrics, and a fold out poster of the album cover. These are great little touches which round off the experience.
If you've enjoyed the Axel Rudi Pell experience before, then you should be more than pleased with what has been offered in 2016.
Lyrics have never really Axel's strong suit...so after 18 years why not trust Johnny Gioeli to write or co-write more lyrics? Sons In the Night is the only track I can hear with much replay value. Till the World Says Goodbye has some great guitar work, but framed by all the issues I stated. It's time to reassess and break the formula.