The Freeze Money Flag Waver Why Me Indistinct Articulation Revolution Flag Waver 4. Indistinct Articulation 5. Money 6. Revolution 7. The Freeze 8. Why Me? Cheeeek that out dude. What's really tragic here is that there are at least really good riffs in this song, but they're trashed by the words.
None of these are necessarily spectacular, but they're at least focused down and aren't nearly as embarrassing as a few of the newer tracks. Put bluntly, this is one of the worst albums this German band has ever released. Apart from that, the band continued its established approach of socio-critical lyrics, but the content of some texts "Money", "Flag Waver" was questionable. They revealed a tendency towards simplifying black-and-white-thinking. Summing up, "Double Talk" presented sharp and effective riffs as well as meandering guitar lines that lacked of coherence.
The clean production did not suffer from sterility while offering a good balance between the instrumental section and the angry vocals. In technical terms, there was nothing to complain so that I am speaking of a solid thrash metal effort. But if you do not have much time, just enjoy the title track. After the positive reaction I had to Who Dominates Who? That was until I heard Double Talk, an extremely frustrating record which squanders what clinical tech riffing it can muster on some hideous choices, bad lyrics, and far less appealing vocals than the first two full-lengths.
The core of the band's sound continues to shift away from the debut, and Double Talk represents the breaking of a levee, the slide into a disastrous spiral of mediocrity, as the thrashing landscape behind them begins to itself shift into the wasteland of the 90s.
One needs to venture no further than the first track here to hear the missteps. Eberhard Weyel hasn't changed much from the last album, but there's just too much swagger in there and it sounds like he's about to be sick for half the track. But these are not even the biggest offenders. Only a hypocrite can sell the American dream' Not that I'm prone to getting butt hurt over criticism of my country. Another danging turd here is the last of the album's new studio tracks, "Alcowhore", an ode to the beer and booze that becomes intensely laughable with the meter of the lyrics over the music.
Tankard would like to have some words with you, my friend. Some commandments, even. What's really tragic here is that there are at least really good riffs in this song, but they're trashed by the words. None of these are necessarily spectacular, but they're at least focused down and aren't nearly as embarrassing as a few of the newer tracks.
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