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Category: Modern hard rock
Label: Rawkhead Rekords
Catalog Number: RR10003
|1.||Tear It Down|
|2.||Up From the Ashes|
|4.||Threw It All Away|
|6.||Stuck in a Rut|
|7.||Give Me a Sign|
|9.||Rest My Soul|
|10.||I Won't Back Down|
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|From: metalmaniac777||Date: October 5, 2011 at 14:49|
|Ahhhh, another modern hard rock CD chap the asses of the oldschool purists who hate this kind of stuff and believe it should be banned from this site. While this is hardly a heavenly example of the genre, it's a long way from hellish, with hooks good enough to get you up and moving, which is what a good hook is supposed to do. That said, this album does little to distinguish itself from the rest of the modern hard rock pack, and pales in comparison to the best of the new breed out there right now. Still, the guitars have that beefy crunch, James Hart's vocals serve up some tasty attitude, and there is generally little to complain about. This one might not set your ears on fire, but neither will it leave you feeling colder than frozen ash.|
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