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||Date: April 26, 2012 at 18:19|
|Nothing they've done will come close to their monstrous debut but this comes pretty close. It has all the catchiness of the debut with a modern, updated sound and I really like it. Here's Hoping it Hurts is amazing as is Evaporate and Sound Off. A great return to form.
||Date: April 29, 2012 at 4:49|
|I loved the debut and Strenght in number, for this one I cant say the same. I was waiting from a long time for this album but I thought to listen more.....hard rock in the veins of Don't come easy. There are 3-4 very good songs and other more or less and there are some fillers. I get 6.5/10
||Date: April 29, 2012 at 9:42|
|this band write the best melodic rock song ever with"forever young"(first record).so don t come easy is a classic.but the rest in this album is very great not more.so for this new record "dig in deep" imagine don t come easy without "forever young" a great record not more not a classic.it is exactly that, a great american aor record not more.for aor freak not a priority.
||Date: May 1, 2012 at 19:45|
|First album I ever heard by Tyketto was Strength in numbers, so I'd say that my expectations for Tyketto were of the less rocky side of the band rather than the chest beating debut (Strength still rocks, but its defo a more laid back affair than the debut). And my opinion of Danny's solo projects has been up and down. Some great stuff, some stuff thats just ok and some that just doesnt excite me, but he has never really done anything bad in my eyes. Now this Tyketto record for me falls into the latter two camps. Some ok stuff, some non exciting stuff. Its not a bad album, but its failed to truly excite me like a comeback album should. I think the problem for me is this isnt really a Tyketto album, despite the player. It just sounds like another Danny solo project. I know Danny, and have a lot of respect for him and the seriousness with which he takes his writing, but I think for Tyketto he just needed to go back and rock out to make this stand apart from his solo career.
|From: the rocker
||Date: May 12, 2012 at 18:46|
|I am liking this more the more that I listen to it. I feel that this sounds like a 3rd "From the Inside"(not that that is a bad thing) just not what a lot of "us" were expecting or wanted to hear. Faithless, Love To Love, Here's Hoping It Hurts, The Fight Left In Me, Evaporate, Dig Deep, & Sound Off are the good ones for me.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: May 21, 2012 at 21:41|
|A good release with a modern touch..."Faithless" is by far the best cut of the album and was selected as the first single that is even backed up with a video,then we have another good shots such as tracks 2,5,7(nice semi acoustic softy),8(catchy),9 & 10...not a killer album IMO but at least is an enjoyable one...84/100
||Date: May 25, 2012 at 14:03|
|123charpenay: hi my friend. I can say don't come easy is a classic album also without forever young. Is forever young a classic song in a classic album. Don't come easy is one of the best releases in those years, and all songs are classic. Yes, you are right, forever young is more classic than others but it's a piece of that great album.
||Date: June 22, 2012 at 13:21|
|"Faithless" which opens the new record is a blast! This is a classic Tyketto tune of the past with some newer elements and the result is simply awesome! Crunchy guitar sound, very good arrangements along with Vaughn's superb vocal performances and there you have the all new Tyketto!! "Love To Love" is another very good tune while "Evaporate" is one of the album's highlights! Great commercial tune with a catchy chorus line that makes you wanna whistl it for days! Well done! "Monday" is solid and "Dig In Deep" is another highlight"!! "Sound Of" and "Left This One Slide" both tracks could easily have appeared in any of Tyketto's first two releases. Both are great rockers! All in all, this is a great comeback album from Tyketto. The fact is that I didn't expect a "Don't Come Easy" number two! This is a solid record with all the great band's elements in it plus a new and fresher air in a record that will not dissapoint any of the die-hards of Tyketto. Welcome back boys! http://heavyparadise
|From: HEAVY PARADISE
||Date: June 23, 2012 at 13:03|
|A great comeback fro a huge band!!!!
|From: hair metal again
||Date: January 22, 2013 at 9:51|
|excellent release by TYKETTO and i must say that i didnt expect it to be so good!no big hits here,but all the songs are remarkable and especially the guitar woork is amazing!the hooks are well hidden and i d say that this is a grower!"let this one slide","faithless","battle lines" and "monday" are the highlights of one that is among the best of last year for sure!
|From: Reverend Mayhem
||Date: September 23, 2013 at 10:46|
|The first two songs fool you into believing this comeback effort is a worthy successor to the classic debut from 21 years ago, they have that same early Tyketto quality bite. Sadly, things go astray from there. The lads seem to have fallen in love with the acoustic guitar, since it becomes a prominent piece of the equation on these 21st century efforts. Nothing wrong with that on occasion ("Don't Come Easy" had its share on some Zeppelin-ish tunes), but here it abounds. Yes, a couple gritty guitar riffs can be found ("The Fight Left In Me," "Sound Off") but the bouncy, happy acoustic feel throughout lends it all a kind of mid-'90s college radio Hootie & The Blowfish vibe. Ugh. Danny sounds fantastic as ever, so no problems there (even though the vocals are done with a "no reverb" technique that was fashionable 20 years ago) -- the songs are just kind of . . . odd. All the talent remains, I just wish this release was better because I could listen to Vaughn all day long. 60 / 100
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