|6||Tetsuo’s Bike||1:20||USD 1.29|
|7||Tokyo Ghoul (feat. Young Thug)||4:28||USD 1.29|
|8||SOS (feat. Gojira)||3:23||USD 1.29|
|9||@tddybear (feat. Conor Mason o||4:59||USD 1.29|
|12||The Silk Road (feat. Tee Grizz||3:52||USD 1.29|
|13||Taking Off||3:29||USD 1.29|
|14||These Days||3:02||USD 1.29|
|15||Snow White||3:53||USD 1.29|
|16||Nairobi (Outro)||2:09||USD 1.29|
165By RiskyToothpickI’m usually a rock guy and what not but that song 16 it’s just 👌. I can listen to that song everyday and still jam out to it so good for the band.
wow1By Aj9865the laziest project i’ve ever heard
Going downhill fast1By sc1179This only gets 1 star because it won’t let me give it zero. The lyrics on this album are some of the worst I’ve heard on any album in a long time. It’s like an angst ridden 13 year old wrote most of this album. These Days is legit one of the worst songs I’ve willingly listened to ever. This was one of my favorite bands when they came out and I get that they wanted to go in a new direction but they failed miserably at it. I’m not sure that they will get my money when a new album comes out
They are a knockoff of themselves2By Andrew Nice ClayThey are incredibly talented and driving with the emergency brake on. They sound like a knock off band inspired by themselves, Royal blood, and an awful rap group. It’s still better than 99% of pop, but won’t appeal to their fan base. To be more positive, this album is a more tolerable maroon 5
What a letdown!1By Genie1276Loved, loved their first album!!! After that they went downhill. This album is horrible! Go back to making rock music!
Difference between different and good2By XEnpeeI can’t think of another rock band that had as much potential as Highly Suspect when Mister Asylum released. Sadly with the last two releases, it seems they have seriously killed their own momentum. The boy who died wolf had some good ideas but was obviously very rushed and the lyrics were terrible compared to Mister Asylum and their self titled independent release. And with MCID, different does not mean good, and this album is very disappointing considering how long it took to make. And for a sound that is drastically different, the songs are surprisingly forgettable. I doubt their next album will be better as this feels more like Johnny Stevens (feat. Highly Suspect) and its looking like it’s going to stay that way. We became fans of a rock band. You have the freedom to make whatever music you want as it is your music first, but your fans are not obligated to stick around if you change.
definitely5By Mustachelover125😜😝😛in love with this album
Don't Sweat The 3 Stars4By Fusuaki PegasusThis album has plenty of heart from top to bottom and I'm puzzled as to why its not resonating with some listeners. This is a very GOOD album...
164By CindizeeThis is the only song I have on repeat. Most other aren’t great.
Evolving..favorite album yet5By Roscoe P ColtraneI felt I had to post my review because I have a hard time understanding why everyone dislikes this album so much. I held off purchasing this record for almost 2 months after it was released because of all the negative reviews,but then I got the trial of apple music and gave the album a try. I was really surprised at how good it is. It is very different than the first 2, which everyone has noted, but IMO that's what they needed. I don't want them becoming AC/DC and playing the same song on 20 different records. I heard all types of influences from Weezer-ish power cords to Depeche Mode inspired electronic rock, and for good measure there are a few hard rocking songs that could have been pulled off Mister Asylum. I will say not all of it is amazing, the interludes were not for me, but this album is much more melodic and easier to listen to than The Boy Who Died Wolf. The song writing also took a step forward with more introspection and honesty than I had expected. Overall, it's a wonderful listen and had they released the record under another band name, my bet is it would have been well received by the same people who kick it. One other thing to clear up, I saw comments in a few reviews about the "rapping" of which there is very little of. On the couple of songs that it does pop up in, it's entertaining, not distracting or overwhelming. Give the guys a break and let them spread their wings. They're peacocks, you gotta let them fly! - Det. Terry Hoitz