Sixx:A.M. – Codependence [single]

Sixx:A.M. – Codependence [single] (2011, Eleven Seven Music)

1. “Codependence” … 3:37

Band:
James Michael – Vocals, Drums, Guitar
DJ Ashba – Guitar
Nikki Sixx – Bass

Producer: James Michael

On the same day the band released 7 (an EP  featuring stripped down and rearranged versions of previously released songs) for download, Sixx:A.M. also released the song “Codependence” exclusively through iTunes for FREE. “Codependence” comes from the This Is Gonna Hurt sessions and while it was previously unreleased here in the United States, it appeared as a bonus track when the album was issued in Japan.

Though Japan often gets bonus tracks, sometimes those tracks aren’t really worth listening to in the first place, they’re just filler. Well, that’s not the case this time. “Codependence” doesn’t rate with the very best of This Is Gonna Hurt but I still like it. It’s much more straight forward than most of the tracks from the album making it a bit less memorable whenever James Michael is singing a chorus he can make the song sound like something you should be paying attention to. Even through the self-loathing and moody lyrics a lot of Sixx:A.M.  come off sounding like really cool rock anthems and that’s what “Codependence” is to me.

But why take my word for it? It’s FREE. Go download it and listen.

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Posted on December 14, 2011, in Sixx:A.M. and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Great blog. I’m not really into metal but I love a lot of the hard rock musicians you mention. Sixx am sing an all time fav. song of mine “skin”. If you get a moment check my music blog out you may see something new to you. http://alternativeworldspin.wordpress.com/

  2. Wow; it’s pretty interesting to see that Motley Crue member Nikki Sixx is willing try something different from his main band Motley Crue. Having lost interest in Motley Crue since their 3rd album, this Sixx:A.M. release just might be a breath of fresh air from the stale rehashings of Motley Crue.

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