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Catalog Number: VP495CD
|1.||Get A Life|
|2.||Kitchens Of Distinction|
|5.||Don't Let Go|
|8.||Blue Sky Bullshit|
|9.||The Art Of Cool|
|10.||West Coast Thing|
|11.||Never Be The Same|
|12.||It's Not Enough|
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|From: Jez||Date: May 11, 2013 at 8:09|
|An absolute pearler of an album, with my favourite moment on here being the fabulous 'Popstar' (Well Robbie Williams are ya?). Saying that, the rest of this is absolutely top notch melodic rock, varied in style, which adds extra spice to the whole thing and just makes you go straight back to the beginning, once the last notes of 'It's Not Enough have ended. This was one of my top albums of 2009 and deservedly so.|
|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: May 13, 2013 at 9:24|
|A bit surprised to find this listed here at HH, as it really pushes the envelope towards modern Alterna-rock. Somewhat reminiscent of the band Live from the '90s (or even the obscure Chagall Guevara) mixed with nods to classic AOR (Steely Dan, 10cc and Pink Floyd influences), featuring a vocalist sounding a bit like Pete Townshend. Songs are varied and dynamic in composition -- a far cry from riff rock ("Alcohol" is the closest thing to a riff-driven song with its heavy groove), this is very much what might be considered Alterna-AOR. Very well executed and recorded, great production. The vocalist takes a bit getting used to, but the quality of the songwriting makes up for it. I like this album very much -- overall it's pretty unique, which is rare these days. Just be aware that it's a little outside the boundaries of what HH usually features. 95 / 100|
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