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5.0 out of 5 stars Seriously Good.
First off, Sleigh Bells are not music for everyone--It's loud, often fuzzy (distorted) and has an edge to it--but give "Comeback Kid" or "End of the Line" a listen. If you like what you hear there, then this album is definitely for you (plus if you haven't heard the first album 'Treats' look that up as well).

If you've heard Sleigh Bells' first album 'Treats'...
Published on Feb. 21 2012 by Shaun A Cordingley

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1.0 out of 5 stars Only for the young
This was bought for my daughter. If you like reverb guitar this is for you. I took her to see them in concert it was painful. The song my daughter likes the most is True Shred Guitar, that will give you an idea of the music.
Published 16 months ago by Catherine E. Dalgarno


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5.0 out of 5 stars Seriously Good., Feb. 21 2012
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This review is from: Reign Of Terror (Audio CD)
First off, Sleigh Bells are not music for everyone--It's loud, often fuzzy (distorted) and has an edge to it--but give "Comeback Kid" or "End of the Line" a listen. If you like what you hear there, then this album is definitely for you (plus if you haven't heard the first album 'Treats' look that up as well).

If you've heard Sleigh Bells' first album 'Treats' and dug it (as I did), you will not be disappointed with 'Reign of Terror'. This is -NOT- the same album however, the sound has developed to include more emphasis on Alexis Krauss' vocals (without sacrificing Derek Miller's guitar, or the great song-writing). The sound moves from their alt/noise roots on a couple of occasions to a sort of shoegaze revisited (think "Rill Rill" off of 'Treats'--"End of the Line" here).

I think the best way I can describe 'Reign of Terror' is: it's like some modern alt/metal kids invented time travel and took over a prom in 1985.
And it's as awesome as that sounds.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great album, April 12 2014
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They're no Wesley Willis, but then again, who is?

Pixie-operatic vocals
shredding guitar
DJ effects and distortions

They were great live on SNL. I love em, you might too.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great CD! Fun and a different sound., April 27 2012
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Great CD, so nice to hear a fresh sound. I checked them out on youtube and liked them so much I bought 2 CDs, love them both.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Only for the young, March 14 2013
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This was bought for my daughter. If you like reverb guitar this is for you. I took her to see them in concert it was painful. The song my daughter likes the most is True Shred Guitar, that will give you an idea of the music.
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