13 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Las Vegas rock outfit up their stadium-anthem game.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Las Vegas rock outfit up their stadium-anthem game.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
309 Ratings
309 Ratings
Coastalrocker ,

Eh....

I mean, love Ronnie, but this album was lack luster compared to TDIMIY and JLY. What happened to the sarcastic, screams, breakdowns that were replaced with group whoa's and lalala's. Idk. Wasn't a fan of this.

John Grundorf ,

Preferred their old style

What I absolutely love about this band is that they do whatever the hell they want. Ronnie and his band have changed their style in almost all their albums. First metalcore then metal/rap/pop and returning to their old style to some extent in Just Like You. Now they are a rock band (from what I've heard so far). Hoping to hear some songs in this album that are similar to the others. Falling In Reverse I will always support you guys!

ShesonfireFF5 ,

Eh...Ronnie is better than this

I've been pysched for the reslease, and now that its here I was let down. Ronnie has always been clear in his music about what hes going through, and this album is very vague. Where the heck is his sarcastic cutting humor? Where is his signature screaming and remarks about his past? He has always made me excited to listen to his songs cuz I can relate _ ihave all the albums! I love FIR! HOWEVER....this album reaks of mainstream pop influences so badly I had a hard time going through the entire album to get to the last few tracks that actually sound like Falling in Reverse's sound! It as if he remembered he has fans that want to hear real music, not synth and bass and lyrics that sound lame. His voice CAN carry a song, but not every freaking one (seriously, why all the whoas and la lal las?) ! This album is missing the killer guitar and humor that to me scream Falling in Reverse....I don't even know what to call this album other than perhaps a side job that has a few good songs that are hidden in 13 tracks. Thank goodness he kept some of his rapping skills and a decent drummer....but otherwise I feel letdown by my favorite band.

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