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||Date: April 20, 2018 at 18:00|
|ENORMOUS LETDOWN. Crossfire is one of my favorite melodic rock albums ever; it's just infectious and energetic and polished and oh so much fun to listen to. This one...this is basically the opposite. The songs are bland, plodding, and not well-produced. There's no life to it. You've all heard these songs a billion times before on the billion other del Vecchio projects. Why Frontiers didn't bring the Martin brothers back (SHE IS MARRIED TO ONE OF THEM, for crying out loud!) after Crossfire is a complete mystery to me because I KNOW they could have done better than this. Just incredibly disappointed on all fronts.
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