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Label: Zero Corporation
Catalog Number: XRCN-1233
|6.||Waves & Tides|
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|10.||What Time Is It?|
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|From: KurtmanJP||Date: May 14, 2008 at 0:44|
|Reminds me very much of Saigon Kick and the songwriting reminds me of Rush. "Salute" is one killer song and "Human Kind" has an explosive chorus. The ballad "Vicious Cycle" especially reminds me of Saigon Kick. "What Time Is It?" and "Younger One" are pretty good rockers in my book.|
|From: Geoff||Date: May 27, 2008 at 23:06|
|Saigon Kick is a pretty good call. Though I don't find the choruses to be as explosive as them. I always detected a bit of U2 in the mix somewhere too. I thought this was a decent disc but I had it for a long time without giving it more than several spins before I sold it. Not the best CD ever released on the Zero label.|
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