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||Date: November 30, 2010 at 22:50|
|True to the year of release, these guys play mid-90s flavored hard rock. Lots of mid-tempo songs containing heavy guitars, abstract lyrics and themes, and the occasional vocal distortion. Though track #2, "Touch The Sky," has a "Faith No More/"Chili Peppers" vibe to it, which is kinda cool and breaks the overall mold a bit. I wouldn't call this grunge, but those favoring the '80s sound might arguably disagree. If you've ever heard or owned the mid-90s Canadian hard rock indies "Feel- This (1995)" or "The Change- Cracked And Faded (1997)," then you've got a gr8 idea of what this CD is all about. For those unfamiliar with such, pick any of the better known &/or big label hard rock offerings from the same time period (Dokken, Warrant, Wildside, Shotgun Messiah) and you won't be too far afield. Word to the wise...Don't drop big $$ on this indie unless you favor that "heavier" style.
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