Originally Posted by mastodon421
Blackest Beautiful is a good record, but I thought Fake History was more intense and layered. Blackest Beautiful is way slower and poppier on the whole than Fake History with the only songs even coming close being "Banshee" and "27 Club". Don't get me wrong, I thoroughly enjoy both records just my
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Oh yeah, it's definitely poppier, but at the same time I still feel like it still contains the same intensity from Fake History (Banshee, Empty Elvis, 27 Club). It just feels like there's a lot more variety and creativity (That Fear Fever, Virgin Dirt, The Priest and Used Cars) which I like. It just felt more memorable.