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Artist: Tesla

Title: Forever More

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Tesla Forever More Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: Tesla Electric Company Recordings (Ryko)

Catalog Number: TECR 007

Personnel

Jeff Keith lead vocals
Brian Wheat bass, backing vocals
Dave Rude electric, acoustic & slide guitars, backing vocals
Frank Hannon electric & acoustic guitars, keyboards, backing vocals
Troy Luccketta drums, percussion

Tracks

1.  Forever More  5:02
2.  I Wanna Live  3:35
3.  One Day At A Time  3:11
4.  So What!  3:39
5.  Just In Case  4:38
6.  Fallin' Apart  4:22
7.  Breakin' Free  5:02
8.  All Of Me  3:27
9.  The First Time  4:11
10.  Pvt. Ledbetter  3:24
11.  In A Hole Again  5:25
12.  The Game  4:50
  
Total Running Time:  50:46

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 16, 2008 at 16:36
I wasn't sure about this one at first, since I was always kinda lukewarm on Into The Now, and thsi is in that same style. But in the past week, I've come to really like Forever More. Jeff's voice sounds in better shape, for one thing, and there are more guitar solos and a few more uptempo songs. The melodies aren't as immediately catchy as in the old days, but they're there. It's just that Jeff's new limited range and the downtuning of the guitars changes the dynamic a bit. The production is not very good on thsi one, though. Bass is barely audible most of the time, and the lead guitar often sounds like it's being played through a phone. All in all, a good album, once you resign yourself to Tesla's new style. It just took me a long time to do that.

From: ninjapeter Date: October 23, 2008 at 4:35
I agree with what Doghouse said except I hear an over abundance of bass even at half way on the knob, maybe his bass knob was turned down. The sound is modern but overall very good. The only problem is they lost their unique style, they now are starting to sound like everyone else. I hate that some bands feel they have to sell out to be liked. Sorry to say.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 24, 2008 at 2:18
I think that might be the down-tuned guitars more than the bass, Ninja. Check the begining of "Fallin' Apart." The bass just kinda pings away in the background, along with that weak-ass lead guitar sound. The hell? But I agree, with their new style, they've lost something, but I feel like this one might be a little less that way than Into The Now. Really, though, if you take all their albums in order, you can hear the progression to where they're at now, beginning somewhere around Bust A Nut, maybe a little on Psychotic Supper.

From: ninjapeter Date: October 24, 2008 at 7:18
Hi Doghouse, I now know what you meant,the down-tuned guitars cover up the bass and I agree with that. The weak-ass lead guitars are also covered up. A lot of bands are do that these days for sales. Yes it seems like they are trying to return to their older stuff on this one, yeah ! Bust a Nut probably was where it started but I found it their heaviest album and not too modern. I must admit that I do like Into The Now, just not as much as their other albums and this one is better.

From: juan carlos Date: October 25, 2008 at 0:46
Interesting opinions, Good New Tesla album but not great though. I prefer this one instead of "Into The Now" album. There are some great solos and good riffs."The First Time"(the best), "Just In Case"(a`la old Tesla), "Forever More", "Pvt. Ledbetter" are my faves. There are more uptempo songs and thatīs good in my opinion. Solid HardRock album. 8/10

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 27, 2008 at 16:52
Try and grab the Japanese bonus track, if you can. It's called "My Way," thanfully not a Sinatra (or Limp Bizkit) cover. It's another rocker, and helps to even out the slow-versus-fast ratio of the record. Good song all around as well.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 27, 2008 at 16:52
Try and grab the Japanese bonus track, if you can. It's called "My Way," thanfully not a Sinatra (or Limp Bizkit) cover. It's another rocker, and helps to even out the slow-versus-fast ratio of the record. Good song all around as well.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 9, 2008 at 18:18
Forever More...Forever Excelent!!!.After a second listening i realized that this album rocks!!!(at first i had my doubts about it).Modern sound but still keeps the "real" sound that Tesla has.Far better than their "Into The Now"(thumbs up Juan Carlos!!!)."One Day At A TIme" (Beautiful ballad),"So What","Falling Apart","Forever More"...juts buy it!!!.90/100

From: Ordjoe Date: November 30, 2008 at 21:52
Great Album. For sure the best they have done since Psychotic Supper. it good to see these guys pull an album together worth buying. Hopefully it wont take another 10 years for the next good album.

From: shoemaker Date: December 1, 2008 at 9:36
Not as cool as their 80ies stuff, but all in all a good one. I donīt need this modern sound things (like down tuned guitars, groovy base, voice disstortion, megaphones etc.) I like it pure and raw, and thats the way TESLA should play their music.

From: metalmastermusic Date: December 3, 2008 at 8:48
Not a bad release from these fella's. Not quite the classic sound they have been known for but they seem to have stretched a bit here which is usually either a doomsday or a blockbuster for most artists. They did not stray to far here to make it a doomsdy, but I agree with the muffled bass sound but all in all not a bad album.

From: hair metal again Date: June 1, 2009 at 7:57
tesla is afantastic band.they had always been heroes of the hard rock /hair metal music for a long time.this one doesnt have the quality of the old glory dayz but i must say that it rocks!i mean that frank hannon plays his solos excellent and keith has again his unique rough and sensual way of singing.there s no big hit in it but good solid (hard) rock music.i think its the worst release (as the into the now). we all love tesla but i m sure that everybody would prefer to hear the sound of the great radio controversy or the psychotic supper albums. why don't everybody say that loud n clear?

From: poser forever Date: June 4, 2009 at 18:03
Tesla is one of the best hair bands, with wreat releases over the years like "Bust A Nut" and "The Great Radio Contoversy".But unfortunately "Forever More" is very average. Of course we have the greats Jeff Keith and Frank Hannon but the songs are mediocre,the sound too modern and the feelings "zero". Sorry,it doesn't work for me.

From: andi Date: December 24, 2010 at 14:18
WHY NO ONE HERE THE STRESSES THE SINGER OF THE BAND BAR7 TESLA ALSO SINGS AND THE ALBUM IS ALSO GREAT WITH IT IS!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 7, 2011 at 13:16
So I revisisted this one again. Got to say, sometimes this one clicks with me,a nd sometimes it doesn't. Totally aside from the fact that I'm a huge Tesla fan and want to give them the benefit of the doubt ... wel, my old fanboy review is still up there from when it first came out. Now I'm going to be brutally objective. A lot of the songs are sluggish and slow, and the faster ones seem uninspired and overly simplistic, with riffs that are so basic as to be little more than extensions of the bassline. Lyrics have an irritating group-hug, therapy-session feel to them, forced positivity. This is NOT the Tesla tha trecorded Great Radio Controversy or Psychotic Supper. Like I said two years ago, you have to resign yourself to that fact before you can really get into this record at all.


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