No More Heroes - Solillaquists Of Sound
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  • Summary: This is the second album for the Orlando, Florida-based hip-hop group.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. None of the Solillaquists of Sound (S.O.S.) is originally from Florida, and that begins to explain how they could compose an eclectic cornucopia as sweet as No More Heroes.
  2. A lyrically potent, melodic, and danceable piece, make sure to cop one of the best records the year has to offer.
  3. 80
    What’s really impressive here, however, is instead of crafting another album filled with ethical coaching (which was actually a pretty damn good record, by the way), the group found an interesting theme and stuck to it.
  4. 60
    Here, tunes about racism, consumer culture, and the evils of TV hit their marks, then hit them again and again and again.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 2
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  1. Oct 23, 2013
    Fantastic album that delivers all the amazing from the game, even some hidden songs and remixes! If your a fan of the game, you MUST buy this album, ASAP. Expand
  2. Jan 21, 2013
    No More Heroes is a game that I lost intrest in very quickly but only because it wasn't what I wanted it to be. If your a fan of hack and slash games and have nothing better to do then this game could be worth your time, although if you are easily bored, have other new games and dislike mindless button mashers then rent this at the most. My main problem with this game is how tedious it is, especially during the mini games which wouldn't be such a big problem if you didn't have to do them, but you do. Then there are the boss battles and they are by far my favourite part of this game, the bosses clearly had alot of effort put into their designs and the battles are usally unique but not game changing. Their main let down is getting to them as you tap the a button over and over to kill the hundreds of mindless guards. What let me down the most though was how unlike it was to what I expected. I thought I would be using motion control to slice through the enemy but I was tapping the a button instead. I thought I would find new vehicles but I had the same motorbike through the whole game. Overall this game has just enough good things in it for me to give it a decent score but is to repetitive and dissapointing for a good one. Expand