Posts Tagged “Cd Review”

Hopefully, Start @ One is the start of a long second career for the Canadian rockers

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You have to admire how Mark Knight has laid his soul on the line for everyone to view — plus the guy can still play a mean guitar!

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To be fair to , I don’t think the band ever planned on having their CD ‘reviewed’.

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With only five songs you will want to put this one on repeat because once is fine, twice is nice, and three times or more is ‘good for the body’.

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With platinum-plated potential, this third effort from Reckless Love could result in one big chart explosion.

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Burning Rain have cranked out a ‘supergroup’ album which is better than most.

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Talk is indeed cheap, which is why Maverick have lived up to the old adage of ‘let the music do the talking’.

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With a couple line-up changes, and such a long hiatus, it is amazing that time hasn’t changed the Mad Margritt formula in the least.

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Like An Addiction is an album for serious fans of the ’80s glam genre. No more, no less — I’m assuming exactly as Sandness envisioned.

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This EP makes me salivate thinking of what may come next from this Los Angeles ‘band’. One thing I know for sure is this… I want more new original material!

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