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Light Me Up

The Pretty Reckless

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At their best, the Pretty Reckless are just the right band to combine the dirty blues swagger of White Stripes with the acidic guitar rasp of Shellac, but even at their most conventional, they are a very good unit worth describing with excited expletives. The two opening cuts are the most delicious in that regard, packing plenty of grooves and plenty of heaviness — and "Since You're Gone" is the best female-fronted metal answer to Led Zeppelin out there, as powerful and venomous as Zepp's own "Since I've Been Loving You" was mellow and rambling. After that, the band retreats into safer alt/nu-metal territory, returning to the blues only for the two final songs (one of which is actually a country-fied ballad), but even there, they are still good — more ferocious than average radio rockers, and with better pop savvy, too. A lot of riffs on Light Me Up can actually be traced back to other bands, from Deep Purple to Hole to Metallica to Smashing Pumpkins, and there are even ten seconds of Queen theatrics on "Goin' Down," with a degree of certainty sufficient to stand a court trial. The group appropriates those theatrics completely, integrating them into their loud, cocksure, arrogant, and irresistible brand of heavy rock. Taylor Momsen plays a role, too, coming across as the strongest and bitchiest female vocalist to front an alt-rock band since Garbage's Shirley Manson, whose group, while not a direct influence, also seems to have taught Pretty Reckless a thing or two about how to use everything you like in music to write loud, catchy, lasting pop songs. If the band had explored their bluesy leanings more, Light Me Up could have been a small-scale revolution, but even as it stands now, it's still a wicked good record.

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Awesome

Simplemente PERFECTO. Es un ÁLBUm con mayúsculas. Con una música tremenda capaz de enganchar desde el momento 0:00. Temas como Just Tonight, Goin' Down, Miss Nothing, Since You're Gone. Todo suena bien con ésa voz que dice cosas diferentes y DIGNAS de ser escuchadas. UN 10

Simplemente perfecto

Personalmente he escuchado este album muchisimas veces y he de decir que me he quedado enganchado, es un album genial, Make me Wanna Die, My Medicine, Miss nothing son espectaculares.
Tengo que decir que es un placer poder volver a escuchar voces en el Rock a la altura de Joan Jett, con fuerza y garra...

Recomiendo sin ninguna duda este Album y espero que les gusten como me gusta a mi.

Un Saludo a todos.

Genial

Es un grupo muy bueno con una vocalista genial. Ademas canciones muy buenas como "Make me wanna die", "Just tonight", "My medicine" y todas en general son muy buenas.

Biografía

Fecha de formación: New York, NY, 2009

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Like her co-star Leighton Meester, Taylor Momsen rose to fame as an actress on the TV series Gossip Girl before launching a separate music career. She formed the Reckless in 2009, later changing the band’s name to the Pretty Reckless to avoid trademark problems. With Momsen on vocals, John Secolo on guitar, Matt Chiarelli on bass, and Nick Carbone on drums, the group began finding a balance between hard rock and post-grunge, taking cues from female-fronted bands like Hole and the Runaways along the...
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