Top 20 Singles | Top 10 Albums | Album Reviews | AA Interviews | Best of 2011
 

 

Review Archives



ADVERTISEMENT

Stray Arrows
Chevelle
Purchase Online
Reviewed: 12/2/2012 by Ryan


Recently Reviewed:


Golden EP
Parade of Lights


Heartache Machine
Matt Hires


The Take Off and Landing of Everything
Elbow

Chevelle's Stray Arrows is a greatest hits collection that can be viewed slightly differently than the 3 Doors Down release. 3 Doors Down is more of a mainstream music band and Chevelle is more of a genuine rock band. Basically, people still need to come to the Chevelle party that aren't here yet and honestly this Chevelle release is better for a couple of reasons.

The remastered versions of the older Chenille songs here are awesome. They've never sounded better. These eleven songs feel like the definitive Chevelle collection and when they're remastered to sound like this they're worth purchasing too. There is only one new song with this release, and it suffers because of that but it still feels like a good release. Stray Arrows covers all of Chevelle that needs to be covered, you get re-masters and a new song too. It's a great intro for people who need one and a perfect collection for people needing to reflect.

Upcoming Releases
Strange Talk (April 29)
Damon Albarn (April 29)
Max Collins (May 6)
Coldplay (May 19)
Saints of Valory (May 20)
Mayday Parade (May 27)
Jack White (June 10)
Nico Vega (June 10)
Theory of a Deadman (July 7)

In Stores Now
Neon Trees (April 22)
Augustana (April 22)
Matt Hires (April 8)
Trophy Scars (April 8)
The Used (April 1)
Sevendust (April 1)
Kaiser Chiefs (April 1)
Manchester Orchestra (April 1)
Dan Croll (April 1)
Cloud Nothings (April 1)
Chevelle (April 1)
Band of Skulls (April 1)

Site Map | Facebook | Twitter | Last.fm | Donate | Privacy Statement | Advertise | Contact Us
2014 Alternative Addiction LLC