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Genre: Rock
Country: Bulgaria
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Next Level
Daily Noise Club
Release date: 29 July 2008
Genre: Rock
Cat No.: AR00008
Format: CD-R watershield/CD Box
No of CD-R watershield/CD Boxs: 1
Tracks: 12
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ALBUM DESCRIPTION
In 1998 four guys from Sofia, Bulgaria started a band and named it Daily Noise Club. Now, 10 years later, lot of club gigs and fest appearances, debut album - "Dirty Dress" (D.N.C./043) 2002, and a single - "Let Us" (D.N.C. music) 2004, they are still here looking forward! Up to this day Daily Noise Club finished their second album "Next Level".

They were opening act for Anthrax in 2003 and Megadeth in 2005 for their shows in Sofia (Bulgaria), and also did a lot of tours with the independent bands like Soleilnoir (Germany), Voodoo Healers (Greece), Bubblegum Screw (UK) and Black Magic Six (Finland).

Playing high energy, passionate and loud rock Daily Noise Club can always make you fit into the right mood for a jump & shout type of party! This is the feeling they deliver and you get at their shows, proving that rock music is the ultimate time machine, even now in 21st century!
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TRACKS
  1. Next Level
  4:30
  2. Do U Wanna Know
  4:09
  3. Above
  3:22
  4. I See (What You See)
  4:29
  5. Dead Gent
  3:50
  6. Shells
  4:19
  7. Dildo
  3:06
  8. Positive Relief
  5:09
  9. Save Me
  3:32
  10. Nailed On The Wall
  2:50
  11. This Time Again
  4:57
  12. Gotta Get Away
  5:00
Total CD-R watershield/CD Box length: 49:13
WHAT WE THINK ABOUT THIS ALBUM
"Next Level" as a disc, is a strange beast indeed. The only really common thread throughout the album is a high level of energy, the pieces move from mood to mood and sound to sound, whether it be angry and explosive (opener "Next Level"), ecstatic and energetic ("Above"), a slow burn buildup to explosion ("I See (What You See)") or positively mournful and troubled ("Dead Gent"). One thing that probably hurt this album considerably was that the sound/style is difficult to pigeon-hole. While that is all well and good for a listener, that did not sit well with radio. You were either grunge or you weren't. But this album is probably the most successful example of blurring the lines. The sound of the Daily Noise Club is still rooted in early 1980s glam/alternative but the distorted guitars have been slimmed down to a more subtle production. In other words, it's heavy music performed softly. Although the CD is full of contradictions that do not bode well for popular music, still it shows another musical aspect of the rock music, that reveals its beauty after listening to it several times.
- AMAdea Records, BULGARIA
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