This Wild Life - Netflix

Mon 17 June 2019

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Documentary series following the life of wildlife expert Saba Douglas-Hamilton, who with her husband Frank and their three young children, have moved to Sambaru National Reserve in Kenya to run a safari camp.

This Wild Life - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-08-31

This Wild Life - Into the Wild Life - Netflix

Into the Wild Life is the third studio album by American rock band Halestorm. It was scheduled for release on April 3, 2015 via Atlantic Records but due to unforeseen circumstances, it was pushed back by a week worldwide. The album peaked at #5 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart, making it their highest charting release to date in the US.

This Wild Life - Critical reception - Netflix

Upon release, Into The Wild Life received generally favorable reviews from music critics. According to Metacritic, the album received an average score of 67/100 based on 5 reviews. James Christopher Monger at AllMusic regarded “I Am the Fire,” “Gonna Get Mine,” “Dear Daughter,” and “Mayhem” as some of Halestorms best songs, adding “the band is undeniably tight and flush with ideas, and Hale is such a force of nature that the occasional foray into AOR snooze-ville can be forgiven.” Kory Grow from Rolling Stone gave Into The Wild Life a positive review of 3/5 stars stating; "While Hale has packed Into the Wild Life with similarly themed tunes, like the anti-boredom anthem “Mayhem”, what makes it interesting are the risks Halestorm took this time, especially the country influences seeping into the Tennessee studio where they recorded." Dom Lawson, reporting for The Guardian gave a more negative review of the album giving 2 stars and saying: “Joyce’s heavy-handed production has transformed a likable hard rock band into a slick, mainstream pop act, albeit one with a penchant for power chords and blazing guitar solos. Hale’s voice is still impressive, but from Scream’s incongruous electronic pulse to Amen’s leaden Nickelback-isms, Into the Wild Life is as plastic and cynical as it gets.”

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