Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by SpyKi, Oct 26, 2018.
Clearly the 80s :D
I definitely get those vibes and I've seen a lot of comments make that comparison. Thought Charlie would've wrote the riff but turns out McFly's (& INK.) member Dougie did.
Definitely sounds more like a Dougie riff than a Charlie riff honestly.
Seems that the track lengths are up, album’s a pretty breezy 35 mins and longest song is 4:03
Pretty much what I expected. Disappointing to wait so long for such a short album but hopefully its all killer no filler.
Because pop punk right, I see you
Yeah sounds like 2004 busted meets present day sorta.
For some reason I’m expecting this isn’t gonna be big as they’re expecting?
Nineties has really grown on me. I am now hyped
I like Nineties way more than Coming Home. I think it's probably their best first single honestly.
I agree Nineties is better than What I Go To School For and Coming Home, but would put Crashed The Wedding at least on a par with it. They struck melodic gold with that song IMO
And the first line of the chorus reminds me of Stay Together For The Kids
It’s very dumb but I like Air Hotess
Yeah some of the songs on that album are silly in premise but so fun/catchy I don't really care, lol.
Reunion is pretty whatever.
I like it, but it’s not that great... honestly I feel the same way about Nineties.
"We really don't want to release a pop-punk nostalgia record."
*Makes shit 80s synth pop album that doesn't sell very well*
"Hey let's make that pop-punk nostalgia record we didn't want to make!"
What a mess of a band. Just do another solo record, Charlie.
Nineties didn’t make much impact at all to say it was a lead single. I’m curious how the tour is selling.
Eager for another Fightstar record.
Where can I hear this?
Night Driver was great. This album seems like it'll be some decent guitar pop but definitely a disappointing direction and a waste of Charlie's talent.
Really hoping for more Fightstar after this album cycle..
I found Charlie's solo albums first then heard about Fightstar and Busted...
Why isn't he making more solo albums
Reunion gets catchier on replay but it's nothing special. It reminds me of their song 'Beautiful Mess' but it's less catchier (still annoyed they didn't put that on the disappointing Night Driver album).
Also, in regards to album singles order:
Crashed the Wedding > What I go to School For > Coming Home > Nineties.
No thanks to solo Charlie either cos:
Old Busted > Fightstar > New Busted > McBusted > Son of Dork > Matt solo > Charlie solo > James solo (Future Boy)
Young Pilgrim is one of the best albums of the decade you maniac!
Beautiful Mess is so much better than either of these new songs. Apparently there's another one out today, I'm hoping that one's better.