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||Date: November 13, 2017 at 18:00|
|Seriously, how does JSS remember everything?! This guy's resume is pages long. Needs a teleprompter to keep songs straight, I guess.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: November 21, 2017 at 17:57|
|Great album to say the least!!!...the guy is always active in music either alone or in different projects and that only makes it a very interesting artist,versatile...track "Dedicate To You" is my fave in here but add to that # 1,2,3,4,5(nice),7 & 8...a round album that will put a smile in your face for sure.85/100
||Date: February 3, 2018 at 13:28|
|Jeff Scott Soto seems like one of the hardest working artists around these days. However, it seems like JSS is working overtime with so many projects that they are appearing to bleed over into one another and sounding pretty much all identical. I was not a fan of his "Soto" solo efforts (too industrial metal like), "Sons of Apollo" is pretty good (though there is a Dream Theater parallel to it). This is a reunion of collaboration of Jeff and Howie Simon..which their solo efforts were awesome, this album struggles to identify itself from who Jeff Scott Soto is as a solo artist and a band collaborator. This album has elements of classic JSS to it, his solo band "Soto" and "Sons of Apollo" all mixed together, which might be confusing to the listener. It is all too much of the same sounding material IMO. I struggled overall with it three times. It is here today - gone tomorrow album. Not a bad album overall if you hadn't heard "Sons" or "Soto". HIGHLIGHTS: #1,3,5,6,8,9,10 MY RATING: 69/100
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