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Pop & Rock
Performer: Kings of Leon
Title: WALLS
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,American Trad Rock,Indie Rock
Duration: 42:42
Date of release: October 14, 2016
Recording location: Henson Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Genre: Pop & Rock
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 221
MP3 size: 1102 mb
FLAC size: 1571 mb
WMA size: 1908 mb
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Kings of Leon - WALLS mp3 flac

Waste A Moment 2. Reverend 3. Around The World 4. Find Me 5. Over 6. Muchacho 7. Conversation Piece 8. Eyes On You 9. Wild 10. Walls.

1. Waste a Moment Lyrics.

Walls (stylized as WALLS) is the seventh studio album by American rock band Kings of Leon. It was released on October 14, 2016, by RCA Records. The album title is an acronym for We Are Like Love Songs, which continues the band's unwritten rule of having five-syllable album titles

Kings of Leon – WALLS. It's not a game-changer for the Followills, but they do sound comfortable. Even a meat-and-potatoes rock band like Kings of Leon recognizes that, in 2016, the conventional album rollout is a bad move. If you’re at a certain level of superstardom, it benefits you to either drop your record unexpectedly or get all extracurricular with its promotion. Many artists do both. While the Kings probably won’t be releasing a short film or, as frontman Caleb Followill stated in a recent Billboard profile, going full Drake anytime soon, they’ve at least gotten a touch more avant-garde with the PR for their latest album, WALLS

RCA is a registered trademark of RCA Trademark Management . Recorded at Henson Studios, Los Angeles, CA Mix at Mix Suite, Los ANgeles, CA Mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC. Published by: Pubelishing Publishing (SESAC) Dixie Farm Publishing (SESAC) Canyon Candy Publishing (SESAC) First Little Cousin Publishing (SESAC) Administrated by BMG Cicada (SESAC).

Kings of Leon rolled along with the guitar rock revival of the early 2000s with their good looks, chugging riffs and swoon-worthy swagger. But it was the little things that set them apart from New York counterparts like The Strokes or Interpol: the family vibe within the band, the aching soulful voice of frontman Caleb Followill, and the atmosphere they brought to the table. Walls is album no. 7 for the band and, despite what the wannabe-Storm Thorgerson album cover and new producer Markus Dravs (Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons) might lead you to believe, there isn’t anything strange or new this time around. It’s business as usual for the boys: rocking riffs, Caleb’s howling voice, the tight rhythm section of Nathan and Jared Followill, etc. But true to KOF form, it’s the minor differences that stand out. At 47 minutes and 10 tracks, it’s the band’s shortest album to date with some of their fastest songs.

Southern alternative rock band Kings of Leon delivers an exceptional seventh album with ‘Walls. After a three-year hiatus, alt-rock collective Kings of Leon returns with seventh LP, Walls. Kings of Leon fought for years to gain relevancy in the mainstream. Only by Night gave them their breakthrough, earning Grammys in the process. After achieving success that long eluded them, the expectations are greater. Walls exceeds the expectations without questions. The Followill boys stepped up their game. Opener Waste a Moment is about rebelliousness and being carefree.

The problem for Kings of Leon hasn’t been their loss of confidence, but more so, the confusion surrounding their identity. A band that was once well accepted primarily in the UK and rejected in the US, they didn’t expect to hit ultra fame and stardom after drunkenly writing the hit-churning machine, ‘Only by the Night’ (featuring ‘Use Somebody’ and ‘Sex on Fire’).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Waste a Moment Kings of Leon 3:03
2 Reverend Kings of Leon 3:54
3 Around the World Kings of Leon 3:34
4 Find Me Kings of Leon 4:05
5 Over Kings of Leon 6:10
6 Muchacho Kings of Leon 3:09
7 Conversation Piece Kings of Leon 4:59
8 Eyes on You Kings of Leon 4:40
9 Wild Kings of Leon 3:39
10 WALLS Kings of Leon 5:29

Credits:

Robin Baynton - Engineer
Anthony Cairns - Assistant
Dan Chertoff - A&R
Markus Dravs - Producer
Nicolas Essig - Assistant Engineer
Caleb Followill - Group Member, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Christopher Followill - Assistant
Jared Followill - Bass, Group Member, Percussion, Vocals
Matthew Followill - Group Member, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Nathan Followill - Drums, Group Member, Percussion, Vocals
Michael Freeman - Mixing Assistant
Britti Himelfarb - Assistant
Ted Jensen - Mastering
Kings of Leon - Primary Artist
Ken Levitan - Management
Andy Mendelsohn - Management
Dylan Nelson - Assistant Engineer
Liam O'Neil - Clavinet, Jupiter 8, Mellotron, Mini Moog, Percussion, Piano, Prophet Synthesizer, Synthesizer, Vocals (Background), Wurlitzer
Brent Rawlings - Assistant
Mitch Salle - Assistant
Jay Schleusener - Assistant
Spike Stent - Mixing
Geoff Swan - Mixing Assistant
Jessica Windsor - Assistant
Bloodhammer
Track Picks:1. Over2. Reverend3. Around The World4. Waste The Moment5. Find Me6. WallsLeast Faves: Eyes On YouConversation PieceRating: 8/10
Truthcliff
The music on this album ranges from fun, effective, and powerful to unimpressive and unmemorable. "Over" has amazing music and good lyrics. "Walls", "Muchacho", and "Conversation" have effective, enjoyable slow lyrics. "Reverend" has a good chorus, amplified by the music and vocals. Most of the songs on WALLS have weak, weird, pointless lyrics. "Waste A Moment", "Muchacho" and "Over" are welcome exceptions, and all bring some memorable lines to the table. I have listened to this album many times, and it has a nice, peaceful, pleasant effect on my brain. WALLS isn't great or very clever, but it is an easy, pleasant album.
Gavidor
This is my first full Kings of Leon album. I have been consistently impressed by their singles over the course of their career so I decided to give WALLS a try. I think this is likely the most mainstream this band has gotten with guitar work that resembles U2 through the first five songs. The whole first half of the album feels like its made for a live setting with choruses that are catchy and easy to sing along. There isn't a song that reaches the level of some of the bands classics like Use Somebody, Sex is on Fire and Radioactive, but songs like Waste a Moment, Find Me and Over are very memorable.The back half of the album wasn't as strong in my opinion. There are still some memorable moments but there is a bit of a shift in tone with the last five songs. the title track is probably one of the best songs on the album but I think it would've served the record a lot better in the middle of the album rather than at the end because there really is no other song like it on the record. I still think that this is a pretty solid album that will likely impress fans of the group. I may have to explore the bands back catalogue after this album.