Adam Lopez | 01/05/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Ok, so its true that the Kings of Leon are a bit overplayed. Sure you can't turn on the radio in L.A. without hearing Sex Is On Fire... but A-ha Shake is an amazing piece of rock. Especially hard to find on vinyl.. sounds even better on a nice record player with a glass of whiskey! Super recomended... if you can find it!"
M. D. Summa | missouri | 02/26/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"one of my fav kings of leon albums... was very happy to find this on vinyl!!! It is a 10 inch record which caused me to think i couldn't play it at first(my record player only plays 33rpm and 45rpm), but this is a 33rpm even though it is a 10 inch record. Safely shipped and very good packaging."
Aha Shake Heartbreak
Morton | Colorado | 03/25/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The thing that sets this appart from the rest of Kings Of Leons other albums is this one actually feels honest as opposed to severally overblown production dissasters. Namely Only By The Night, which it in itself is a fantastic album but should have been much better in all honesty.
Aha Shake Heartbreak is raw, angsty, honest, pure, rock n' roll, and too good to be over played on the radio for two years at a time. It's got a southern feel. But not a Lynyrd Skynyrd southern feel, more of a georgia peach in a sunday dress swinging on a tire swing sort of southern feel. It's got a sort of poor mans elegance that just feels right. A garage band appeal mixed with a sleazy arena rock attitude.
'Four Kicks' rocks nice and hard, while 'Where Nobody Knows' has a almost hopeless somber approach. The level of varitey on the album is surprising for a band so young.
Aha Shake Heartbreak was the album that earned Kings Of Leon the opening slot on U2's How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb tour, if The Edge takes notice of your music, you must have done something right"