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|From: Axe Slinger
||Date: October 18, 2016 at 19:34|
|Wow. I was not expecting this from Tyketto. Dig In Deep was decent but just didn't hold my attention for long. Reach certainly will. DV sounds great and the guitar playing is fantastic. If this is the same Chris Green that played on the Pride discs then it makes all sense as those two discs were great. Another fantastic 2016 disc that may be in my top 5. 94/100
||Date: January 28, 2017 at 18:24|
|This release was a bit of a shocker...after their previous effort "Dig in Deep", they must have been a little more energized because it shows it here in "Reach". This is a new band with 2/4 original members, and a newer ensemble to round out the band. I was skeptical initially because being on Frontiers's label I thought for sure that Alessandro Del Vecchio would have his paws attached to the writing and production - thank god he didn't! Because it proves that Frontiers doesn't need Alessandro Del Vecchio attached to every release! TYKETTO sure thunder has a wonderful release - there are a lot of recognizable elements of classic TYKETTO here and newer mature band as well - which makes this record a superb release. HIGHLIGHT TRACKS: #1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 12. MY RATING: 92/100.
||Date: April 24, 2017 at 4:45|
|While REACH offers some of the best Tyketto since the debut & sophomores, where it falls short of those is its inconsistency in staying on track with too many departures into territory that falls well short of the Tyketto fabric. Sure all bands must move on particularly given the years between but the first Vaughn records maintained a more consistent Tyketto style than the actual band have on these last 2 records. That said when they get it right as they do often here, Tyketto nail it! Reach and Tearing Down The Sky noteworthy for being later-day Tyketto classics, the beautiful Letting Go rules Circle The Wagons a nice touch and The Run finishes the album on another number that could have, had it not been heavily borrowed from themselves another classic Tyketto number. Huge props for Danny's never declining vocals and new six stringer actually more than ably fills the required shoes left behind, the band sounding refreshed and on point! A 70 but the more Tyketto songs all 90 quality!
||Date: March 8, 2018 at 14:01|
|Just picked this up. Must admit, I have no other Tyketto albums in my catalog, so a new listen for me. I like it!
||Date: March 9, 2018 at 9:44|
|hello doug."don t come easy" their first effort is their best record so far.no doubt."forever young" is certainly one of the best song or the best song never written by a hard rock band.
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