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|From: Swedish Rocker
||Date: April 2, 2016 at 12:24|
|Very good album. Especially the first half of it. It is a little weaker in the second half. Not exactly the first time that happens. Considering how hard it seems to be to make an album with 10 or more songs without any dip in quality I'm not too disappointed. And the great songs still outnumber the weaker ones with an acceptable margin
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: April 2, 2016 at 21:58|
|Mitchell Emms, the new singer, is a dead ringer for Robert Mason, which continues to make the Cry Of Love comparisons eerily apt (despite seeming a little odd on the surface). Anyway, this is still the same high-octane, blues-based hard rock as on the band's first two albums. The differences are mainly of song quality. Some of the choruses on Generation Me seem a little simplistic, the melodies a bit predictable and some lyrics too obvious. Emms has a stronger voice than Matt Jones, but it's less subtle, and he uses a full-bore wail to spice up some otherwise dull choruses. "Bloodsucker" is a good example of all of these flaws working together, but there are still good songs like "The Devil," "Backseat Heartbeat" and my favorite "I Know She Knows." BTW, the bonus track is "Killer," a cover of the very similar-sounding Brit band Hurricane Party (remember them?).
||Date: April 3, 2016 at 13:30|
|Agree on Robert Mason comparison. I also hear a hint of the late, great Ray Gillen. Good album, not great, but worth a spin, IMO.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: April 26, 2016 at 19:25|
|Decent and catchy modern Hard Rock album...tracks 5(with a little bit an AOR flavour),6,7,9 & 12(probably the real highlight of the album and which is a cover of a band called Hurricane Party)are the ones for me...82/100
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