was very surprised when I saw that we had the
opportunity to write about Bush's new album 'A Sea
of Memories', which has a whole year on the back
since the release date and furthermore, they are
not really in our normal rock genres.
'A Sea Of Memories' is their fifth album and
their first release since 2001 and it's produced
by the giant Bob Rock. The history of Bush goes
back to the beginning of the 90's and the time of
the grunge rock breakthrough.
didn't like their sound then and I don't think
Bush has improved anything more to this day, which
could get me in their net. In a inoffensive
passive rock with familiar hooks and lame energy.
I can't understand why they released this album, but for the fans of the
alternative rock and eventual survived Bush fans
this may be something interesting to look at.
It is really nothing more than a disappointment; Bush
spent 10 years as spectators and they do not
bring anything other than boring radio rock
without any spices. Gavin
Rossdale and his team members could not shake me
up with anything on this double disc release.
Neither the vocals or instrumentally there are no
surprises. It feels as if they were not
convinced that this would hold together.
The credibility of the vocals is not on top. I've really
tried to find something that would give me a
reason to give positive points, but...
There are a few crumbs in some of the tracks
that stand out, but in the end I gave up.