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Permission To Land

Released on 07 July 2003

Artist: The Darkness

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  1. Black Shuck
  2. Get Your Hands Off My Woman
  3. Growing On Me
  4. I Believe In A Thing Called Love
  5. Love Is Only A Feeling
  6. Givin' Up
  7. Stuck In A Rut
  8. Friday Night
  9. Love on The Rocks With No Ice
  10. Holding My Own
  • 'Permission To Land' is the debut album by the Suffolk-formed four-piece rock act whose line up includes brothers Justin and Dan Hawkins. Recorded at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire, the album includes the singles, 'Get Your Hands Off My Woman' and 'Growing On Me'.

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 Impossible Not To Like

| | See all Snoopy1's reviews (35)

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How ANYONE can not like this album is beyond me. The guitars are awesome, the song writing is inventive and the vocals are powerfull. This is a very feel good album with no power ballards and just pure poodle hair rock played all the way through. Hawkins has one of the most unique voices ever blending ability with chaos very well and almost every song is a winner.

 darkness falls

| | See all frankpoole's reviews (433)

was talked into listening to this by a mate when it was first released.thats about an hour of my life im never going to get back.this is simply one of the worst rock ( rock ? ) albums ive ever heard.shrieking,falsetto vocals that would make freddie mercury rotate very fast in his grave,stodgy guitar and drum work,a bass player who only knows 1 bass line and songs so ridiculous that you realise that spinal tap never went away,they just changed their name.no self respecting rock fan should be seen dead buying this rubbish.we have enough comedy rock bands such as dragonforce & nickleback,thank goodness they had the sense to split after the 2nd album.avoid this at all costs.

 Superb piece of Modern Rock

| | See all trodas5's reviews (1)

I recently went to a Darkness gig as they have recently reformed,the audience just went mad and joined in on all their songs from this album.This album is a quiet sleeper and will continue to sell for years,has to be one of the greatest albums from an English rock band for a number of years.The guitar work is just awesome and the vocals so unreal.The follow up album One Way Ticket To Hell And Back is also well worth a listen.


| | See all boyfrom67's reviews (102)

Fantastic cd looking forward to there third cd, now there getting back together, they remind me of boston they rock.

 The Best Rock Album of 2003

| | See all thedarknesspiczo's reviews (7)

Great guitar solos, songs that make you want to jump around and sing along. It's a pity this band is no longer around they were one of the best bands you could ever see live.