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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Bernett Records (France)
Catalog Number: 881906
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|From: Jez||Date: June 23, 2009 at 12:04|
|A real nice surprise this one,as this crept out without any fanfare whatsover and I discovered it purely by accident when I checked out their web site on day. It's always been very hard to try to pigeonhole this band,as they cover quite a broad range of Rock styles, so all I will say is that this is a real quality, earthy Hard Rock album, with lots of twists and turn along the way. If you know their previous releases 'Vampire Rock' and 'Solid As A Rock'(S/T), you will know pretty much what to expect (with a slightly more modern update)especially in the gorgeous Fabienne Shines' husky French vocals, which although aren't quite of days of old, still sound luurvely. Good to see Ross The Boss (Manowar) here churning out the riffs, aswell as all the other original players. All I advise is to give this a try, some will like it, others won't, but for me, this so far has been one of my most played discs of this year and hits the mark perfectly.|
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