- Summary: 'Permission To Land' is the debut LP for the rock four-piece from Norfolk, England (and we're talking the big, loud, stadium-rock end of the rock continuum, not the indie-rock end).
- Record Label: Atlantic
- Genre(s): Rock
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Aug 14, 2012permission to land is bombastic loud rock album of legendary status the songs are loud catchy and sing alongy . the guitar laying is brilliant the drums bash and it is quite simply and album made to make you feel good and sing along too there should be more albums like this. It is also a fit of a larf with some impressively rediculous vocals that soar. Super album Super band… Expand
oldskoolrockerMay 24, 2004Damn in between the epic guitar solos and the vocals the only thing not to like in the album is when u listened to it all!
TommyTOct 21, 2003unbelievably good, the Darkness should have released this album like 4 years ago. Its the best thing since sliced bread! Which is nice. The unbeateble vocals of a british freddy murcury really take the cake! … Expand
JoshRAug 2, 2005it is one of the best albums i have heard in a longtime!!!!!
JoonasLJul 15, 2004This is a wonderful album, finally MTV really plays something other than rap or girly teenbands. At first this didn't sound so good, so I just kept repeating on listening it because friend insisted on it and the good songs started to appear, now there's really no bad song on this album only a few not so good, but not bad either (Love on the Rocks with no Ice). If you're looking for a partying rock album then this is your choice along with Andrew W.K.'s I Get Wet.… Expand
HRobFeb 25, 2008Great album, with some top quality songs.
RyanW.Apr 29, 2004Is anybody still listening to these guys? If someone is then they can bear a bad, repetitive joke for a long time. This is music is horrible and I'm extremely surprised and depressed that it actually has a 77 rating. Shame on you bad music lovers! Millions of Elvis fans are wrong and so are followers of The Darkness (what's dark about them?!) … Expand
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