Sound Of Guns - 'Angels & Enemies'
Overblown and crammed with silly ideas
The Liverpudlians’ second album is crammed with silly ideas aplenty (we’re talking hackneyed strings, gospel backing vocals, charmless soloing, naff lyrical metaphors), especially in ‘Silicon’ and ‘The Whites Of Your Eyes’. By ignoring the golden rule that less is more, ‘Angels & Enemies’ blows up in its makers’ faces.
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