Transit Blues - The Devil Wears Prada

Transit Blues

The Devil Wears Prada

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2016-10-07
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2016 Rise Records

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Praise Poison The Devil Wears Prada 2:34 USD 1.29
2
Daughter The Devil Wears Prada 2:28 USD 1.29
3
Worldwide The Devil Wears Prada 3:28 USD 1.29
4
Lock & Load The Devil Wears Prada 3:19 USD 1.29
5
Flyover States The Devil Wears Prada 3:24 USD 1.29
6
Detroit Tapes The Devil Wears Prada 2:12 USD 1.29
7
The Condition The Devil Wears Prada 4:00 USD 1.29
8
To the Key of Evergreen The Devil Wears Prada 5:07 USD 1.29
9
Submersion The Devil Wears Prada 4:13 USD 1.29
10
Home for Grave, Pt. ll The Devil Wears Prada 4:03 USD 1.29
11
Transit Blues The Devil Wears Prada 3:24 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Album

    5
    By Keith Thrasher224455
    love it.
  • Fantastic.

    5
    By Marcus071
    ❤️❤️
  • Drummer change

    4
    By Matt16929
    Would’ve been more impressed with this album had Daniel Williams been the drummer on the album. Not sure if it’s true but I had heard rumors that he had recorded the entire album and was kicked out and then they re-recorded with some has been drummer. Great melodies and guitar. But coming from a drummer stand point, TDWP is going down hill since there loss of Danny.
  • Length of songs are short

    3
    By Emilylarae
    Either it's a short song or a dragged out song. Weakest Prada album yet.
  • Maturity, growth, change... give it time

    5
    By pohnjarker
    Honestly, first listen, I wasn't sure if I'd like this album. I've been a huge fan of this band since plagues, and have loved every change and growth in sound they've made. For me 8:18 was a masterpiece, and Space was great even with the change in line up. When I listened to this new record, something felt different. A few weeks and many listens later, I'm grateful for that. That difference is part of what makes these guys such excellent artists. They're never content to churn out copies of who they used to be. This album is diverse, hugely evocative, innovative within their usual sound, and ultimately as powerful as anything else they've written. I love it. For me, the tracks I enjoy the most are Praise Poison, Worldwide, Detroit Tapes, transit blues, and my favorites are by far The Condition and Submersion; they're unlike any songs they've made before (both singles Daughter and Key of Evergreen are also excellent I'm just going for ones you may not have heard). The only songs I don't Care for are Lock and Load(not because of the message, musically it's just my least favorite) and flyover states(has a great bridge, but the rest is a little underwhelming) I sincerely love this band and this record, and pray they continue making music for a long time to come.
  • It's ok

    3
    By Petkunas
    The vocalist sounds awful just listen to Anatomy off the Zombie Ep and compare it to any song on this album the difference is immense!
  • Okay...? That's all..?

    3
    By Sailour
    It seems nobody on here has mentioned it yet so I will. Mike's (Screams in TDWP) side project "God Alone" is a post punk blues band. And is pretty much what the new album from TDWP consists of. With the exception of heavier guitars and screams (and a lot less vocal reverb). I know Mike did some of the loud shouting in 8:18. But this is overly used in this album. I understand people lose their vocals over time. But instead of making your band turning something into it's not known for is not right. I understand they mature and get smarter and want to diversify themselves as a band. But this is not Prada. I've listened since 2006. This is not the direction I was expecting. I just think they are tired as a group. After losing Chris, which as much as I like him, the new guitarist isn't and won't be as good as Chris was for writing guitar for Prada. And then Danny left/got kicked out. Which he says he wrote the drums on this album but something still sounds....off. I think they know they're done and they just wanted to put this album out for fans who just wanted new Prada. Who knows! I may be totally wrong and I hope so! But I'm so confused with this album. How now they seem to be adding politics to their list of songs to write. I have no idea why. I've been listening to DGD's album WAY MORE. And I don't like them as much as I do Prada. Prada's band logo is the only tattoo I have ever gotten. Again I'm just so confused with this album. I kept expecting more with every song I listened to. But got nothing. It seemed they kept ending abruptly or prematurely. I may listen to this album every once and while and maybe one day it'll click and I'll understand what they were going for but for now I'll just keep listening to 8:18 and Space EP for now till I see them on Rise Up tour.
  • BamaBoy

    5
    By Motorcycleman38
    Love this album! It's a little different than the others but I think it's my favorite. "Submersion" - one of my favorites
  • Transit Blues

    5
    By DefyTheDarkness
    TDWP is legendary. This album is very strange, but it is very good. They have come a long way. Love it!
  • EXCEEDED EXPECTATIONS!

    5
    By Longrps13
    Their best album to date!

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