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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FR CD 821
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|From: nobycane74||Date: November 22, 2017 at 17:18|
|Well Sweet/Lynch are back with their release #2. There are pros & cons regarding this release, IMO. This is a much better release than their debut, much easier to listen to, the craft of the musicianship is remarkable, it has that "band" feel to this album than the debut did. Sweet is a very good writer and no wonder he is busy with numerous projects across the board. I enjoyed this album more than the debut. Second-the problem with the album/project is the notion its supposed to be a collaboration effort in theory. Obviously we have Sweet's signature stamp all over this album, however, it doesn't appear to reflect too much of George Lynch's signature style here. I get a little of the recent Lynch Mob reflections on this album (which takes a little away from its potential uniqueness of S&L). One song that stood out as sore thumb is "#2 Walk"...classic Stryper (rejected idea-maybe?). It just sounds like another Sweet solo album feat. Lynch. HIGHLIGHTS: #1,3,4,6,8,9,10. MY RATING: 79/100|
|From: CC||Date: January 15, 2018 at 7:48|
|This is not a bad album, but I think too much of one person dilutes their output. I am a big Stryper and Sweet fan, but with Stryper, this and solo material, I am starting to feel Michael Sweet overload, as one song is starting to blend into another. I will be honest and say that while his recent output has all been top notch quality, I have not actually found any of his stuff to be amazing or memorable since Murder by prided (excluding the Stryper covers album, which was great, but was not his own songs obviously). The last few Stryper albums have gone back to the earlier sound which I always found hit or miss. His solo stuff I can generally take or leave. And then there is this project. Great musicianship, well crafted songs but for me seriously lacking hooks. As for Lynch. It has been a long time since you could hear a Lynch song and recognise his style of playing as he chops and changes all over the place. I would honestly say if it did not have his name on it, you would not know.|
|From: Doug||Date: January 15, 2018 at 16:14|
|Agree to some degree with "CC." With Sweet and Lynch, solo and project efforts, there is a lot going on. Especially with Lynch. All good stuff, but yeah there is a fatigue factor....|
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