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|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: August 20, 2013 at 16:18|
|You can pretty much set your diary for every 2 years and a new Robin Beck release and right on cue 'Underneath' appears. Last release 2011's 'The Great Escape' was a really good record and one of her best imo, so it was with great interest I approached 'Underneath'. Beck, Denander, Christian, Bell all give this pretty much the same approach as the last album, although less AOR soundwise this time around. The good songs outweigh the bad, 'Wreckingball', the title track, 'Ain't That Just Like Love' and 'Perfect Storm' are all good tracks, with a couple of the others hitting the mark, but it must be said 'Catfight' is horrid and 'I Swear The Nights' will have Mr. Coverdale shouting plagiarism from a great height, as it rips off The Snakes 'Here I Go Again' big time. James Christian's production is ok, without being anything special and all the musos performances also lift things a notch or 2, but all in all, whilst it is an ok/good album, it's also far from her best work.
||Date: August 29, 2013 at 13:53|
|totally agree with jez.i m a real big fan of robin beck but always the same recipe, always the same good record, the same musicians, the same productor.here it s a great realise but nothing extraordinary.nothing more about her last albums.if i was severe i say a great record for nothing cause the last records was the same but better.
||Date: October 4, 2013 at 11:27|
|This is not a good album but it's not horrible either. Her last album The Great Escape was better. You can tell the production is amateur. She obviously cut some corners to save costs. The style of the music isn't for me. I Swear The Nights is good as is her cover of Follow You but that's it. The rest of the album is filler. Robin is a great singer but she didn't impress me with this release. The sassy punk rock attitude on a lot of these songs just seem immature for a woman of such class about to turn 60. Frankly I roll my eyes at most of those and click next. I know a lot of blogs, reviews, and other sources are praising this album, but let's be honest; most of them folks probably don't have any experience at engineering sound, mixing, mastering, and the lot that goes into a song. I love Robin but this falls short of pleasing.
||Date: December 11, 2013 at 20:32|
|GOOD ALBUM A.O.R. 2013
|From: hair metal again
||Date: March 6, 2014 at 4:18|
|ok release by ROBIN BECK but unfortunately her worst ever!the production is weak,the songs average and the big problem is a change of approach in 3 or 4 songs where i thought i was listening to a new rock 18 year old singer!anyway i think that Robin was in a hurry with this one and waiting for her next step!of course i bought it cause i m a die hard fan ,but expected more...
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