Hurricane Season Import
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I can't stop listening
2011年9月27日 - (Amazon.com)
I love this album. LOVE IT. I've been an Alkaline Trio fan for years and while I really love it all, I've always been particularly fond of Dan's ballads. This is an entire album of brilliant Dan Andriano ballads and it is fantastic. I bought the album a few weeks ago and I have really not wanted to listen to anything else since. I agree with one of the other reviewers, the prominent [EXPLICIT] label slapped all over every track is a total mystery. If there is any explicit language at all, I haven't noticed it. So if you're an AT fan, a Dan fan, or just a fan of intelligent, tuneful and soulful music, buy this now.
Amazing! I am a die hard alkaline trio fan
2015年1月10日 - (Amazon.com)
Amazing! I am a die hard alkaline trio fan, and have tended to favor Dan songs over Matt songs, so I did think I would like this album... with that said, this album thoroughly impressed me, and I am in love! My favorite song on the album is Say Say Say, but basically the entire thing is flawless.
2013年6月5日 - (Amazon.com)
For those who like the signing style of Dan Andriano of Alkaline Trio, Hurricane Season offers a great look at his acoustic work. The first two tracks are the strongest, but the record doesn't have any particularly weak ones. It's solid throughout, the lyrics are always interesting and it's simply a great album.
2013年1月19日 - (Amazon.com)
Absolutely breathtaking. Dan turns the dark to light in every song! Whether it's an apology song for his wife, or facing his demons, he takes on a fresh journey through his life and love. A truly wonderful album! You don't need to love Alkaline Trio to like Hurrican Season!
This is so not like Alkaline Trio...but I still love it.
2011年7月30日 - (Amazon.com)
Put simply, whether you like Alkaline Trio or not, this album is brilliant. Dan has a unique voice and this (mostly) acoustic singer-songwriter album is full of songs that come from a genuine place. This album definitely emphasizes how Andriano is the yang to Matt Skiba's yin though...I love this!