The Weeknd has screwed up the expectations for his new album through the skies with the awesome singleforløbere ’the Game’ and the sparkling ’Blinding Lights’, which is the planet's most popular song right now.
Them, can the rest of the ’After Hours’ does not live up to. Generally feels the remaining numbers as the week after a big weekend.
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The canadian pop star goes otherwise quite radically to work on a different mainstreamskive, which is exceptionally built with the most rousing numbers in a cluster midway.
’After Hours’ is dark, decadent and dystopian, and the overall feel is heavy of substances, insomnia and unhealthy love. It sounds all together as the elements of a strong album, but the overall impression is weak, because it is a popplade with a few notable pop songs.
playing Time of 56 minutes is at least a quarter of an hour too long, and songs like the droning ’Alone Again’ and uopfindsomt pounding ’Save Your Tears’ is among the more feature, which is too stereotyped and uspændende produced.
Sensational of the genre provides ’After Hours’ no features, but the ballad ’Scared to Live’ quote Elton John, and the Swedish hitleverandør Max Martin has guldpoterne down in a handful of numbers.
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The Weeknd uses his falsetto too monotonous to tell the classic story of, that he has lost himself in the middle of the money, pussy and popularity, but on the banging ’the Game’ he formulates stjernetilværelsens lost loneliness at the matchless show.
all in All is the ’After Hours’ but as a chaotic city, where The Weeknd should have gone home at three o'clock instead of kvaje with cocaine on morgenværtshuset.
the Cover to The Weeknds new 'After Hours', which is produced by, among others, the Swedish hitmager Max Martin.