Manafest "Fighter" by Kevin Thorson (cmaddict) on 2012-04-10 17:31:56
Manafest's latest project "Fighter" is predictably cool in every way. His in-your-face aggressive style is amazing to listen to and is what you would expect from an album who's title song is "Fighter". This release has that feel like a boxer come from behind movie, yeah sort of a Rocky thing. I love the theme and it comes through well especially in songs like "Never Let You Go" and "Pushover". The carefully crafted lyrics are uplifting and meant to inspire that never give up attitude.
Many artists come out with projects that really only contain a few memorable songs from their albums, but Manafest is always extremely consistent. All of his songs are equally intense and packed with passionate unforgettable lyrics. It's tough to highlight any one song over another when they're all so good. You can seriously enjoy the album as a whole, the only requirement is that you play it loud, very loud.
If you're looking for music that's as cool as anything out there then "Fighter" is for you. Manafest's music is never a letdown, in fact it just keeps getting better with every release. One listen to "Fighter" and you'll be humming his songs for weeks on end, trust me on this one, I know.
Rating: 4 out of 5
Genre: Hip Hop / Rock
Label: BEC Recordings
Release Date: April 10, 2012
Buy it: Amazon - iTunes
1. Fighter 2:55
2. Throw It Away 3:26
3. Pushover 3:14
4. Human 3:33
5. Come Alive 3:13
6. Never Let You Go 3:28
7. Not Alone 3:14
8. Prison Break 3:22
9. Heart Attack 3:09
10. Will You Catch Me 3:07
11. Never Let You Go (Joel Bruyere Acoustic Mix) 3:27
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