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Artist: Tesla

Title: Twisted Wires and the acoustic sessions...

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Tesla Twisted Wires and the acoustic sessions... Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2011

Label: Tesla Electric Co.

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Personnel

Jeff Keith vocals
Frank Hannon guitars
Brian Wheat bass
Troy Luccketta drums
Dave Rude guitar

Tommy Skeoch Guitar

Tracks

1.  Into The Now  
2.  Hang Tough  
3.  Second Street new  
4.  Edison's Medicine  
5.  What You Give  
6.  Better Off Without You new  
7.  Shine Away  
8.  I Love You  
9.  Changes  
10.  Alot To Lose  
11.  Caught In A Dream  
12.  Song & Emotion  

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: July 12, 2011 at 19:13
Tesla are one of my all-time favorite bands, and maybe that's why I hold them to such high standards. It's certainly been a bit frustrating being a fan in the past few years because of that. So here's the new acoustic album, unnecessary as it may be. By far the best songs are the two new songs and the one cover (and yes, "Better Off Without You," which dates to their days as City Kidd, does remind of GnR's "Patience," at least as far as the chord progression). The rest of the disc, which consists of rehashed older material, is a mixed bag. No song lives up or surpasses its original, electrified version, but "Song And Emotion," "A Lot To Lose," "Shine Away" and "What You Give" are all enjoyale. On the other hand, "Edison's Medicine" is just weird, and "Hang Tough" is downright terrible. Many melodies are reworked to eliminate the high notes, and Jeff cuts a lot of words off to avoid holding long notes too. It sometimes sounds like he might as well be talking instead of singing.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: July 12, 2011 at 19:19
This "no long notes" approach to the vocals nearly ruins "Second Street," where Jeff's voice appears to be cracking horrendously during teh verses ... except he replicates the effect on every line! I guess he's going for "desperate longing," but it just sounds strange, adn not good. The song is saved by a fantastic chorus though.

From: hair metal again Date: September 21, 2012 at 4:15
for me TESLA have done in the past the BEST acoustic live ever been!so this one doesnt surprise me at all!acousti perfection by one of the best hard rock acts with great songs and a solid performance!one of the best releases of 2011 in hard rock music!


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