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Imagine the Dragon in Vienna: Ukraine scrapbooks

Imagine the Dragon in Vienna: Ukraine scrapbooks

Andrew Gaballier

Everything at the show was planned to the smallest detail, and designed for a big show, just Las Vegas. Imagine Dragons are loud, colorful and American – and very professional. Their voice is wide, and the words are sometimes vulgar, sometimes very personal. Music that inspires millions of people around the world: they buy their albums, stream their songs on Spotify and let the band record the chime. So that the flow of money does not stop, news is shared on social media almost every day in the form of beautiful pictures or short films. The band presents its new album “Mercury – Act 2”, which will be released on July 1, today, Friday, in Vienna via a live broadcast on Instagram (@imaginedragons). The lines will glow.

However, their continued success since the release of their debut album “Night Visions” (2012) stands in stark contrast to certified quality: even Slipknot singer Corey Taylor recently called them “the worst band in the world,” which is of course a complete nonsense. What is true, however, is the fact that their albums are rarely met with ecstasy from critics. If you will, Imagine Dragons have one thing in common with Andreas Gabalier: critics rejected it, but they fill stadiums. The Erst-Happel stadium was also almost sold out, and the atmosphere was better than the Austrian national team’s home match.

Musically, everyone got their money that evening: there were rich pop moments with blistering rhythms, a digression to hip-hop, and the sometimes weird smell of guitars.Mixing, sometimes swaying, sometimes looking funky, and even blending got minutes of use. A concert is like a buffet: there was something for everyone.

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Songs like “Whatever It Takes” and “It’s Ok” are all songs that are allowed to rotate for weeks and several times a day on the most diverse radio stations. Everything seems to be expected. ought to. Because where Imagine Dragons is written on it, Imagine Dragons should also be inside. Similar to Coca-Cola