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Wonder admitted that this song was heavily inspired by two previous Motown hits – “You Can’t Hurry ” and “My World Is Empty Without You,” both by the Supremes.
50 "Love Song" – Sara BareillesHot 100 Peak: No.

‘It’s Your Love’ is, quite possibly, the greatest country love song of all time.
‘I’ll Never Break Your Heart‘ by The Backstreet Boys A band whose fame and fortune was based solely on their ability to get tween girls to fall madly in love with them deserved to have at least one song on the list.
My top pick for a Whitney love song, I think it’d have to be ‘My Love Is Your Love.’ Girl makes some proclamations (“It would take an eternity to break us!”) AND there’s a beat.
16, ‘It’s Your Love‘ by Faith Hill and Tim McGraw Continuing on with the country love, Faith and Tim are the most iconic duo in country music, one of the greatest celebrity love stories.
‘Then‘ by Brad Paisley Those country boys know a thing or two about love, and with an arsenal that includes songs like ‘She’s Everything’ and ‘Little Moments’, Brad Paisley is one of the masters.
‘All My Life‘ by K-Ci and JoJo There wasn’t a single couple in love in 1998 who didn’t claim this hit as “their song.” If you weren’t in love, you played this on a Friday night with your girlfriends talking about your biggest crush.
Am I allowed to disagree with the Whitney? I know she’s the tops, but ‘I Will Always Love You’ is a break up song AND it was originally done by my girl Dolly.
‘If It’s Love‘ by Train When you think of love songs your mind may not go directly to Train.
‘Love Story‘ by Taylor Swift Love her or hate her, Taylor is the reigning princess of the love song so it would be foolish of me not to throw her a mention.
‘Love Me Tender’ takes you back to a time where you might be sitting on a porch swing with your one and only, feeling like you are the only two people in the whole world.
‘Love Me Tender‘ by Norah Jones Originally sung by Elvis Presley, Norah Jones sweetly represents old school love, The Notebook type love, which may be the rarest kind.
‘She’s My Kind of Rain’ explains love in the most magical way and Tim McGraw is the cowboy we would all only hope would describe us in these ways.
‘You Had Me From Hello‘ by Kenny Chesney Our main man Kenny has sung some sweet lyrics over the years but ‘You Had Me From Hello’ takes the love cake.
‘You Are The Best Thing‘ by Ray LaMontagne When Ray LaMontagne sings, you listen and when he sings about love you fall hard.
‘You Give Me Something‘ by James Morrison Love is a little scary, right? Sometimes, we don’t all feel we were cut out for it and James seriously understands that.
All of this leads to the point that today, I get to discuss the Top 30 greatest love songs of all time with all you! Except greatest love songs of ALL TIME turned out to be a lot of pressure so it’s more like my most favorite songs about love.
‘All For Love‘ by Color Me Badd Seriously, they want you to know they do it ALL FOR LOVE.
This classic country song perfectly puts into words the beauty of love at first sight.
Love a lot of these songs you mentioned! For me personally one of the most beautiful love songs written is Forever by the Beach Boys (They have more great ones like God Only Knows, Wouldn’t It Be Nice and their cover of I Can Hear Music for example).
I may be biased here considering this was the song to which I debuted my dance and cheer skills at pee-wee camp (I am certain there is a video somewhere) but there is no way anyone can play this song and not bust a little move in honor of love.
Beautiful love song, but it's sung by a guy.
the LAST song he does, of about 4-6 songs.
Some astounding specialists who’ve gotten popular principally for discharging a percentage of the top love songs for hi and her of all times are Lionel Richie, Leonard Cohen, Neil Diamonds, Bon Jovi, Guns & Roses, Aerosmith, Avril Lavigne, Sheryl Crow, DIDO, Eric Clapton and bounty more whose songs have been offered on our list of ‘Top Love Songs in 2014 and 2015.
You must have run over a portion of the top love sad songs of all times? Well here is a list of the latest top Romantic love songs for her in 2014 which comprises of the most listened, announced and celebrated and listen R&B love songs by specialists who’ve been known to release the magical musicals in regards to love country soundtracks.
Rihanna is the new teen sensation who’ve been climbing in the music business following the time when with romantic songs like ‘I love the way you lie’ and ‘Take a Bow’ and her most recent hit is the tune ‘We Found Love’ which actually is a disco melody however none the less is a love tune for the new era.
Discussing eras, there have been a lot of people new specialists who’ve discharged probably the most stunning modern love songs for 2015, truth be told one of them is Beyonce who is renowned for songs like ‘Put a Ring On It’.
How in the world did Kanye West make the top 50? I almost ditched the entire list after seeing that on the first page, I feel sorry for whatever woman falls in love with the man who thought a song with lyrics like "I wanna f**k you hard on da sink, then I wanna give ya somethin ta drink" is even remotely romantic.
We know what you’re thinking: Nothing says true love like a tacky music video and the lyric “Step back, can’t get spunk on the mink.” Well, bear with us, because “‘Bound 2”—Kanye’s tribute to Kim Kardashian—is one of the most heartwarming love songs of the past decade.
“Sea Salt” is a song that so many people can relate to — it’s about that love you keep coming back to, even when you know it might not be right.
But of them all, “Pusher Love Girl” is the most fun — an old-school soul song wherein JT compares his love to drug addiction.
I’m really not sure how anyone could turn down Charles Bradley’s pleas to “give love a chance.” The soul singer belts a monster of a ballad, filled with emotion, regret, and longing.
Who doesn’t want to feel this carefree and light? Mimi and Miguel sound so smitten in this breezy, throwback R&B jam, and when she sings, “I don’t care / take me anywhere,” it perfectly captures those first feelings of really falling for someone.
“Body Party” had thousands of people body-rolling and grinding in 2013, and for good reason: It’s a deliciously sexy song that works both in the the club and the bedroom.
“This is not a love song,” Chance croons.
Paramore’s “Still Into You” acknowledges the natural ups and downs of a steady relationship, and how even after everything you’ve been through, you can still feel those butterflies that brought you together in the first place — maybe even stronger than before.
“Bound 2” is a throwback to classic ‘Ye production, soulful and warm, and the fact that it allows us to see him vulnerable and in love makes it all the better.
It’s a sweet, tender song about the deep comfort of being with someone you love, no matter your sexual orientation.
A love song of major proportions, this song actually features country music’s own royal couple Tim McGraw & Faith Hill.
“I Melt” definitely isn’t one of Rascal Flatts newest songs, but it sure is a great love song.
“Fall Into Me” is a heartfelt song by Gilbert, and it’s off his Halfway To Heaven Album — which he released in 2010.
Released by Lady Antebellum in 2011, it’s about the beginning stages of falling in love, but … ending it with just a kiss goodnight, before the relationship ever really begins.
It actually was the last country song to top the Billboard Hot 100 charts until 2012 when Taylor Swift’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” was released.
In a way, it’s the perfect love song, without all the drama, controversy, and heartache that tends to encompass every relationship — at one point or another.
Released in 2003, the song peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks chart.
I admit it is one of my top 7 favorite songs and even that I have sung the CHORUS it in my head staring at the object of my affection in a tree house in China and I will even give you that they should have kept the Smiths song in the movie Perks of being a wallflower not ruined Heroes BUT listen to the lyrics my educated radio hero – "And you, you can be mean And I, I’ll drink all the time" YIPES.
What makes a song romantic? How about love against all odds? Personal difficulties (“you can be mean, and I’ll drink all the time”) and much larger ones (“I remember standing by The Wall; the guns shot over our heads”) won’t keep this couple from being heroes, of a sort, even if just for one day.
Many of the most romantic songs ever written can be found in what is nowadays called The Great American Songbook, so when I walked into the studio the other day and found legendary radio host Jonathan Schwartz toying with our piano, I didn’t throw him out.
At the beginning of the week, when we launched this campaign on the air, I put together a quick medley of romantic songs, including such obvious choices as “Unchained Melody” and “And I Love Her” and “The Way You Look Tonight” — but ended it with “Lovesong” by The Cure, just to suggest that the late 20th century still had something to add.
The challenge to you was to nominate what you thought was The Most Romantic Song Ever – and to make a case for why your answer was right and all the hundreds of other songs people were suggesting were somehow wrong.
Molesh wrote, “I agree that there are a lot of very romantic songs, but my number one is ‘Unchained Melody.’ The lyrics are such a powerful evocation of love and desire.
Now while this may make it into some other NPRish program top romantic stories what came of it was two songs I would throw into the romantic ring of kindled fire – During trip: "Is this Love".
Even Vincent is a love song, and it is part of the sound-track of my life…along with several of his other lesser known songs, despite the fact that I was born long after he was widely known.
Thinking about doing something romantic for your boyfriend? Have you tried a couple of things but to no avail? playing a very romantic love song for him is one way to get him emotional.
Music they say is a food to the soul, love songs in particular does more than just a food, it can heal a broken heart and much more.
Is it your wedding anniversary or maybe his birthday, just do a compilation of some nice love songs and present to him, he will surely cherish it.
Here is a list of 50 most romantic love songs for your boyfriend.
No matter how hard a man seems to be, there is always a soft spot, a love song can help you discover this soft spot.
There is something about love songs that melts the hardest of hearts, maybe the lyrics or the melodious sound.
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The album’s overall sound is heavily rooted in traditional gothic metal and gothic rock, featuring down-tuned and highly distorted guitars while maintaining dark, haunting atmospheres throughout, on top of what would become Ville Valo’s trademark lyrics of dramatic laments of love and death.[7][8] The conceptual theme of the album is 666; the album is 66 minutes and 6 seconds long, contains 66 tracks and fills up 666 megabytes.
Four singles were released from the album: "When Love and Death Embrace", which reached #9 on the Finnish chart, "Your Sweet Six Six Six", which reached #7 on the Finnish chart also, "Wicked Game", and "It’s All Tears (Drown in This Love)".
After track 9, on both versions of the album, there is a series of untitled hidden tracks (numbers 10 – 66) that fill 666 megabytes, although only track 66 contains music: the outro from the version of "The Heartless" released on the 666 Ways to Love EP (which, naturally, starts 6 minutes into the track).
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oh yea that song couldn’t explain any better how real love is expressed to each other and i give it to other songs too but lets start here.
On the next few pages we present 5 love songs (with lyrics) that can break a brother down if it catches him on the wrong day.
Issac Hayes-by the time I get to Phoenix and one can never leave out the love songs by al green.
I love each and every song on the list I am adding Distant Lover by Marvin Gaye.
Phil Vassar’s song “That’s When I Love You” is a great way to show the one you love that it’s the little things that you love about them.
I’m in LOVE with this song! If you want your love to know you will love her til the day you die, then THIS is the song for you: Justin Moore’s “Til My Last Day”.
Taylor Swift made my list with “Ours”! Even if you don’t like her, the words are wonderful and the end of the video is really sweet of you have a love overseas in the military.
And, of course, the song that tells your love you will love them forever and ever, Randy Travis’ “Forever and Ever, Amen”.
Elsewhere Phillips wears her Dinah Washington influences well, stretching out her voice and exercising it with a sly, nuanced delivery while tackling a few excellent choices for material: "Shangri-La," "Out of the Blue," and "I Wish You Love." Surprisingly, she also exhibits a sure hand with some odd crossovers like "Moonglow & Theme From Picnic," "People," and "Girl From Ipanema." The arrangements, by Ralph Ellis, are definitely geared toward adult pop, but fortunately they’re never so ostentatious that they get in the way of Phillips’ idiosyncratic voice and gorgeous performances.
Proving that soul music didn’t have the monopoly on the genre, arena rockers Foreigner shocked their fans with this moody love song.
A love song for the cooler end of the warehouse rave scene, Alyson Williams’ hit has the requisite dubbed out Soul II Soul percussion and a lovely ethereal laziness.
Long before Roni Size won the Mercury Music Prize, his Reprazent associate DJ Krust took this 1979 Rose Royce song into the charts, rejigged for the rave generation.
Songs such as "The Beginning of the End" and "It’s All Tears" especially prove that H.I.M. can do a lot better than their poor single track "When Love and Death Embrace." Two cover songs on a nine-track debut album might be too much, but Ville Valo seems to beg the difference.
H.I.M.’s stigma of so-called "love metal" is actually undeserved and relates only to Ville Valo’s love-oriented lyrics; the music itself combines metal with ’80s rock and some goth influences, and the album as a whole has a very diverse sound.
In fact, H.I.M.’s versions of Chris Isaak’s "Wicked Game" and Blue Öyster Cult’s "Don’t Fear the Reaper" are very idiosyncratic and fit very well on Greatest Lovesongs, Vol.
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I had brought him into my mother’s house, and into the chambers of her that conceived me; the allusion is to the tents and apartments women had in former times, distinct from their husbands, Genesis 24:67; and all this may be understood either of the visible church, and the ordinances of it, the mother of all true believers, where they are born again, brought up and nourished; and where Christ may be said to be brought, when his name is professed, his Gospel is embraced, and his ordinances are submitted to; and here the church is desirous of introducing Christ, that she with others might magnify him, and praise him for all the instances of his grace and goodness, and have communion with him: or else the heart, and the inmost recesses of it, may be meant; where the incorruptible seed of divine grace is cast; where the new creature; conceived, born, and brought up, until it becomes a perfect man; and where Christ is desired to be, and to dwell by faith, and saints may have uninterrupted communion with him: unless the heavenly mansions are intended, the house of the Jerusalem above, the mother of us all; where saints long to be with Christ, enjoy him, and never lose his presence more; till then the church resolves to hold him fast in the arms of faith, hope, and love, and not let him go.
It was but a little that I passed from them, When I found him whom my soul loveth: I held him, and would not let him go, Until I had brought him into my mother’s house, And into the chamber of her that conceived me.
— Scarcely had I passed from them, When I found him whom my soul loveth: I held him, and would not let him go, Until I had brought him into my mother’s house, And into the chamber of her that conceived me.
It was but a little that I passed from them, but I found him whom my soul loveth: I held him, and would not let him go, until I had brought him into my mother’s house, and into the chamber of her that conceived me.
– It was but a little that I passed from them, when I found him whom my soul loveth: I held him, and would not let him go, until I had brought him into my mother’s house, and into the chamber of her that conceived me.
It was but a little that I passed from them, when I found him whom my soul loveth: I held him, and would not let him go, until I had brought him into my mother’s house, and into the chamber of her that conceived me.
It was but a little after I passed by them, when I found him whom my soul loves: I held him, and would not let him go, until I had brought him into my mother’s house, and into the chamber of her that conceived me.
It was but a little that I passed from them, but I found him whom my soul loves: I held him, and would not let him go, until I had brought him into my mother’s house, and into the chamber of her that conceived me.
Scarcely had I passed them by when I found my beloved! I held onto him tightly and would not let him go until I brought him to my mother’s house, to the bedroom chamber of the one who conceived me.
It was but a little that I passed from them that I found him whom my soul loves: I held him and would not let him go until I had brought him into my mother’s house and into the chamber of her that brought me into the light.
But a little I passed on from them, Till I found him whom my soul hath loved! I seized him, and let him not go, Till I brought him in unto the house of my mother — And the chamber of her that conceived me.
When I had a little passed by them, I found him whom my soul loveth: I held him: and I will not let him go, till I bring him into my mother’s house, and into the chamber of her that bore me.
Then scarcely had I left them when I found my love! I caught and held him tightly, then I brought him to my mother’s house, into my mother’s bed, where I had been conceived.
Is it just me or is there a shortage of love ballads sung by women to men?!? I would love to have a mix of these type of songs (from me to him and from him to me) played during dinner but I can't seem to find songs from me to him by current artists.
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The unedited version is “I Love My Bitch,” so, there’s that.
This is “ride” meaning “ride or die,” or “for better or for worse, until death do us part.” Rick Ross says, “When she hold me I close my eyes and just picture heaven,” which, a Rick Ross, you are not a cute man, but that’s cute.
“I love my baby, he brings me joy.” Simple.
It’s a simple and pure love song that was named the best hip-hop love song of all time by Complex.
This one is interesting, because it’s less of a self-consciously thugged-out love song.
Busta Rhymes – “I Love My Chick” ft.
It captures the full range of feeling in a relationship, the intense love (“You look so good, I’d suck on your daddy’s dick”) and the equally intense hate (“she used my toothbrush to clean the toilet”).
This song is conflicted, exploring the cruel things people do to each other in the name of love, which makes it a 2Pac song.
Beneath all the bluster and repeated invocation of the word “bitch,” sometimes gangsta rap can be tender.
The O.G. thug love song, about a dreamgirl who loves her gun even more than her man.
Between this and “Ain’t It Funny,” J.Lo and Ja were the hood Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood for a minute there.
Tom Keifer has had his share of challenges since the Cinderella days, most notably a partially paralyzed left vocal cord that almost caused him to never sing again and led to emotional and personal battles.  His most recent release, The Way Life Goes, took nearly a decade to complete.   The inspired album is a true testament to perseverance.  Keifer has undoubtedly had his share of failed relationships as evidenced by songs like “Cold Day In Hell,” “It’s Not Enough” and “Ain’t That A Bitch.”  However, he eventually found peace and happiness with his wife, Savannah, who co-wrote and sang on the album.  The chemistry between the two is undeniable.  Her inspiration resulted in “Thick And Thin,” a truly great love song about always being there for someone.  Keifer shows impressive range on the song, showcasing at times, a Rod-Stewart-like raspy quality that perfectly captures the emotions of the lyrics.
The heyday of southern hard rock has long since passed, but thanks to this Kentucky-bred quartet, it is very much alive and well in modern times.  Inspired by the likes Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Marshall Tucker Band, Black Stone Cherry creates their magic within the confines of a rundown Kentucky farmhouse, dubbed “The Practice House.”  Chris Robertson’s soulful voice is on full display in this southern-fried love song.  The band has a true appreciation for the simpler things in life.  Perhaps their lack of burning desire for material possessions is what fuels their down-to-earth lyrics and timeless rock and roll sound.  “Hell & High Water” is a great introduction to those who have not yet discovered this band on the rise.
Bullet For My Valentine may be the least romantic band name in hard rock history.  Factor in songs like “Temper Temper” and “Riot,” and you get the feeling that they are all about anger, but they’re not.  The truth of the matter is that, despite their penchant for aggression, their music is incredibly melodic, and “Hearts Burst Into Fire” shows that they have another side to them.  Make no mistake, this song is not a ballad, or even a power ballad for that matter, but it is about love.  Crunching guitars, driving drum beats and powerful guitar harmonies provide the backdrop to a love song that addresses the issue that many touring musicians face…long distance relationships with long periods of absence.
Real love happens to real people in real life, and it usually isn’t anything like the romanticized version that is created for entertainment purposes in film and television.  Almost every long-term relationship has to endure the curveballs that life throws at you from time to time.  It is at those moments that you learn the true strength of your bond.  “Here’s To Us” celebrates real love happening to real people in real life in an unusual way.  Like many classic power ballads of days gone by, the song vacillates between moments of emotional sweetness and powerful ballsiness.  However, unlike any other hard rock love song in memory, it is filled with the salty language that is often times used in real life.  Halestorm vocalist, Lzzy Hale, obliterates any stereotype that one may have about female hard rock singers with her perfect delivery of “Here’s To Us,” a song that clearly illustrates the two most important opinions in any relationship.
All That Remains has a history that dates back to the late 90’s as a melodic death metal band, eventually evolving into a melodic metalcore band.  With the most recent album, A War You Cannot Win, the band has evolved into more mainstream metal, gaining traction on radio with songs like “What If I Was Nothing.”  The song shows the surprising vulnerable side of frontman, Phil Labonte, an outspoken, self-proclaimed troublemaker.  By wearing his heart on his sleeve and admitting that he is nothing without the girl that he is pining for, Labonte and All That Remains have effectually modernized the traditional power ballad and created an incredible hard rock love song.
Apocalyptica is an eclectic, Finnish metal band that has over a 20-yr history.  The band originally started out as four classically trained cellists playing Metallica covers on cello at Sibelius Academy.  Through the years, they have evolved to include guest musicians on their recordings, most of which are purely instrumental.  “Not Strong Enough” is one of four songs (out of 12) with vocals from Apocalyptica’s album entitled 7th Symphony.  With Brent Smith’s distinct voice and style, “Not Strong Enough” sounds more like Shinedown with strings, which is the likely reason that it received regular airplay on stations like SiriusXM’s Octane.  Smith’s passionate delivery is a perfect complement to the beautiful and powerful musical arrangement.  Lyrically, the song addresses the challenge that many people face at one time or another…the battle between heart and mind.
“I’ll Follow You” is one of the most unique hard rock songs in recent memory.  Brent Smith singing with piano accompaniment is eerily reminiscent of classic Elton John, not exactly what you expect from one of the premier bands in hard rock today.  Of course, when you have a brilliant vocalist like Smith, you can stretch your musical boundaries and still appeal to a dedicated fanbase.  At times, the lyrics to “I’ll Follow You” (like the ones below) directly illustrate the love story being told.  At other times, the lyrics are somewhat cryptic, yet incredibly poetic.  Like most great songs, you don’t necessarily need to know the exact meaning of the lyrics to be emotionally moved.
Hard rock love songs generally address the same subject matter, albeit in a variety of ways.  The dynamic duo of Slash and Myles Kennedy have taken an entirely different approach to creating their version of a hard rock love song.  Whereas most typical love songs focus on the concept of long-lasting love, “Apocalyptic Love” is a song about a relationship that has one night left as the world comes to an end.  In its own way, it may be the most romantic song on this list because it is setting the stage for eternal love by looking at the end of the world as a beginning rather than an end.
“Say You’ll Haunt Me” is far from a typical hard rock love song.  It has a haunting quality that makes it both melancholic and intriguing at the same time.  Corey Taylor is one of the best vocalists in hard rock today, and his ability to write infectious melodies is on full display with “Say You’ll Haunt Me.”  At first blush it may seem like the song is about a desire to spend eternity with the one you love.  However, in addition to his unique songwriting abilities, Taylor readily admitted in his book, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Heaven, that he has had several paranormal experiences, so this song appears to be more than just poetic license.
Papa Roach songs are nothing if not passionate, regardless of the subject matter, which is not surprising given frontman Jacoby Shaddix’s battles with addiction and suicidal thoughts.  What makes Papa Roach stand out is their ability to seamlessly incorporate various music styles into songs based on the subject at hand.  If you’ve ever seen Shaddix with his son, you can easily tell that, despite his troubled past, he is loving and dedicated.  “No Matter What” has some dark undertones, but ultimately, it is a love song that speaks from the heart.
As a relative newcomer on the hard rock scene, Wayland is just starting to draw attention with a sound that is reminiscent of Journey.  The band, managed by Jackyl’s Jesse James Dupree, stands out because they don’t sound like most of today’s music, largely because of Mitch Arnold’s stellar vocals.  “Reason To Love” is a timeless love song that is likely just the tip of the iceberg for these Michigan rockers.
“Falling” is an upbeat, catchy love song with a great hook that poetically addresses the long odds of finding the perfect person with lyrics like… “a grain of sand, how did I find you?”.  This Canadian quintet, led by Jonny Hetherington (vocals), was the first act signed to Intoxication Records (David Draiman and Dan Donegan’s label).  In their relatively short existence, they have put out a number of great songs, “Falling” being one of them.
There is a nostalgic romanticism that we all attach to first love, which is probably why there are numerous songs about the subject, in addition to television shows, movies and books.  However, most people don’t end up spending their lives with their first love.  Most of the time, someone’s first love is someone else’s destiny.  Austin Winkler’s raspy vocals capture the emotion of finding the last love, the one that makes all other relationships pale by comparison.
After playing shows in 1996, the band eventually went in the studio during the summer of 1997 to record what came to be a memorable debut record even with two cover songs in the track listing, one (Wicked Game) which was already having HIM ride the wave of success.
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I must say that the first album was very interestingly recorded and mixed the songs itself are amazing ville valos vocals are powered up since he was at his prime.
Your Sweet 666-I love this song!its the best on the album,much better than the newer version.
6.When Love and Death Embrace-One of the better songs on the album.
So, some other reviewer wrote something along the lines of ‘HIM sucks, well actually theyre really just the same as some other older bands, so go get these bands instead: "old bauhaus, christian death or sisters of mercy album" ‘.
What a great debut album! One of their hardest ones too, which is rare for them considering they’re a rock band.
The songs on this album sound heavier and darker than on their later albums.
At first I fought that their debut album was much weaker than their other albums.
The bands songs mixed with the Chris Isaak and Blue Oyster Cult’s covers of Wicked Game and Don’t Fear (The Reaper) make the CD better than imaginable.
From the album opener "Your Sweet 666" to the beautifuly dark "For You", this album could infact be a collection of some of the greatest lovesongs ever written.
If you like melancholic, dark, heavy, but catchy songs then check out this album.

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