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  1. Zulusar
    Favorites: Solid Gold (classic cheeky Darkness, fun anthem rock), Southern Trains (for anyone who takes public transportation), Why Don't the Beautiful Cry (shows the more mature side of the band and represents something not found on Permission to Land), I Wish I Was in Heaven and Happiness (the nostalgic tracks, one lamenting, one celebrating)/5().
  2. Yozshukus
    The Darkness - Pinewood Smile Album Lyrics; 1. All the Pretty Girls Lyrics: 2. Solid Gold Lyrics: 3. Japanese Prisoner of Love Lyrics: 4. Japanese Prisoner of Love Lyrics: 5. Southern Trains Lyrics: 6. Why Don't the Beautiful Cry? Lyrics: 7. Lay Down with Me, Barbara Lyrics: 8. I Wish I Was in Heaven Lyrics: 9. Stampede of Love Lyrics:
  3. Akinolrajas
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Pinewood Smile - The Darkness on AllMusic - - The fifth full-length release and the first.
  4. Tygojora
    May 14,  · referencing Pinewood Smile, LP, Album, Ltd, Red, COOKLP The right LP no. is COOKLPX, there is a sticker over the standard-number just on the seal-foil only, the right barcode is 7 0, the cover is the same as the black vinyl/5(95).
  5. Shakadal
    Oct 15,  · THE DARKNESS PINEWOOD SMILE Released on October 6, (Cooking Vinyl) Review: Admittedly, I was a late comer to The Darkness party. I had heard the singles from their debut album Permission To Land released in and naively wrote them off as a joke. To me, they were just another one of those bands taking the piss out of the rock/glam genre.
  6. Brajin
    Oct 06,  · Pinewood Smile is the fifth studio album released by British hard rock band The Darkness. Released on October 6, by Cooking Vinyl, it is their first album to feature Rufus Tiger Taylor on.
  7. Kekasa
    Oct 06,  · Favorites: Solid Gold (classic cheeky Darkness, fun anthem rock), Southern Trains (for anyone who takes public transportation), Why Don't the Beautiful Cry (shows the more mature side of the band and represents something not found on Permission to Land), I Wish I Was in Heaven and Happiness (the nostalgic tracks, one lamenting, one celebrating)/5().
  8. Gozilkree
    For a band like The Darkness, the utmost importance should be hooks; vocally, instrumentally, it should all be there. This is an aspect the band have been wrestling with for the last decade, even with the relative success of their last record. Pinewood Smile falls prey to the same devilish flaws Hot Cakes suffered. The album lacks character.
  9. Gunris
    Their fifth album, Pinewood Smile, might be their most polished album yet with pitch-perfect production by Grammy-winning producer Adrian Busby, but they still don't sacrifice any of their fiery energy. To have an album this bold and loud in , as music has gotten calmer and softer, feels like a reaction to the current state of pop itself.

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