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Prayers for the Blessed, Vol. 2

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Sixx:A.M. 11/18/2016

Review

The counterpart to Prayers for the Damned, which arrived earlier in 2016, Sixx:A.M.'s Prayers for the Blessed is indeed a bit brighter than its predecessor. The group still dwells upon ominous warning signs -- there is a "Wolf at Your Door" and "The Devil's Coming," things that will surely lead to a "Riot in My Head" -- but Sixx:A.M. also acknowledge "maybe it's time to heal," while admitting they'll not go quietly. All the music is cut from the same cloth as Prayers for the Damned -- it's Sunset Strip metal tempered by glam, classic rock, and arena rock ambitions -- but the positivity of Prayers for the Blessed accentuates the group's theatric inclinations which, in turn, push the hooks to the forefront. Sixx:A.M. still stumble -- the cover of Harry Nilsson's "Without You" feels like a misbegotten B-side -- but the achievement here almost matches the ambition. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Barbarians (Prayers for the Blessed) Sixx:A.M. 5:9
  3. 2 We Will Not Go Quietly Sixx:A.M. 4:20
  4. 3 Wolf at Your Door Sixx:A.M. 4:7
  5. 4 Maybe It's Time Sixx:A.M. 4:21
  6. 5 The Devil's Coming Sixx:A.M. 4:53
  7. 6 Catacombs Sixx:A.M. 1:20
  8. 7 That's Gonna Leave a Scar Sixx:A.M. 4:10
  9. 8 Without You Sixx:A.M. 4:2
  10. 9 Suffocate Sixx:A.M. 4:20
  11. 10 Riot in My Head Sixx:A.M. 4:47
  12. 11 Helicopters Sixx:A.M. 4:47

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