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Existing comments about this CD
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: October 24, 2010 at 12:47|
|2 years since the excellent 'Everchanging Times' disc and a major major highlight from the worlds best guitarist. As previously, this is a nice mix of stuff that covers all the bases from the Toto'ish 'Darkness In My World' (superb track), 'Can't Look Back', the excellent ballad 'Don't Say It's Over' through to the Steely Dan'esque 'On My Way Home, the Hendrix bluesy rock of 'Flash In The Pan', the funky 'You'll Remember' and the jazz fusion of 'Tumescent'. You won't hear a better guitar based release this year guaranteed. 9 tracks and 47 minutes of brilliance.
||Date: March 18, 2013 at 0:11|
|Im going with Jez on his review of this,you shouldn't be given the option of commenting on anything by Lukather, as there is no point in it, nothing Luke does will ever be anything below par,when you really think about it, when was the last time you found out a new Lukather came out, you hadn't heard a single note of it, you had to buy it blindly? and when was the last time you had to take a second to ponder buying it? that you even had a split second thought or hesitation? that you should probably hear it 1st? exactly, because you realize since Candyman you haven't even had to ponder you might be getting garbage, when your that good, and that consistent that fans don't even have to be coherent to purchase your album, they just do it like breathing, you know you are somebody not only special, but somebody important, and that ladies and gentleman, is something Luke is, someone who impacts so many people, he should be given national and world STEVE LUKATHER DAY!and thats no fucking joke
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