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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's 2010 album, Beat the Devil's Tattoo, finds the band splitting the difference between the rootsy Americana of 2005's Howl and the return to fuzzed-out noise rock that was 2007's Baby 81. Having once again parted ways with original drummer Nick Jago, bassist Robert Levon Been and guitarist Peter Hayes seem to have found a renewed creative spark with replacement drummer Leah Shapiro. Shapiro comes to the fold with strong noise rock credentials, having been a member… read more



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  • Shadow's Keeper made my day
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  • Half-State=Full-Eargasm
  • If you say this is their worst album you certainly need to listen to it a few more times. It's my favourite album of them actually.
  • the last but not the least
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  • Great album! 5/5 quem não gosta é cabaço
  • First impression, didn't grab me. But now giving it another go and it's growing on me. Doesn't have the same impact BRMC or Howl had on me, but I'm putting that down to my emotional state at the time those records were released more than the music!
  • the last two songs are great
  • Half-State is the only 10 min song that i like from the start to the end

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