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Customer Reviews

The Darkness is on Fire, Great Title for this one

Never heard of this group before. Listened to the first few sound tracks and sat with my jaw dropping. If this is a new group they are going to be the next best thing. Sort of has a blend between Queen and some 80s Hair Bands. At least thats what it reminded me of. Nice melody and blend of instruments. Not to Heavy and not too Soft, JUST MY KIND OF ROCK! I ended up getting the album as I couldn't get enough. I would suggest this group for those that like middle of the road rock. Can not wait till their next album and I wish them great success!


This is just my opinion but i think that this album is much worse than the first album. Except for the song Hazle Eyes. I HIGHLY recommend downloading that song. Its a pretty kick ass song. But overall this is just an OK album. Just preview a few songs and dowload them. Not the whole album.

Losing their edge...

My first impressions of the album were good. "One Way Ticket", the first track, was good and made me think that The Darkness was delivering more goodness. Unfortunately, I was wrong. The Darkness lost their angry-but-just-kidding tone. Some of the tunes seemed unoriginal, somewhat like a high-pitched throwback to KISS. The only really good song on the album was Hazel Eyes. I'm hoping this is only a sophomore slump, and I'm awaiting their next album. Close, but no cigar, guys.


Formed: 2000 in Norfolk, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

England's the Darkness centered around irrepressible frontman Justin Hawkins (vocals/guitars/keyboards), who, along with his guitar-playing baby brother Dan, bassist Frankie Poullain, and drummer Ed Graham, single-handedly resurrected the rather unfashionable sounds and attitudes of late-'70s hard rock for an unsuspecting generation. Following the demise of an earlier, conspicuously synth pop-based outfit named Empire, the Hawkins brothers sowed the seeds of what would become the Darkness at an impromptu...
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