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Lightning Strikes Twice
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|From: Socratic Methodist
||Date: November 4, 2010 at 11:22|
|Hmm...I wasn't sure what to expect from this release. Wasn't expecting ATR2, however, since You're All I Need Tonight was an ATR demo...I knew I'd like that. All in all a really consistent album. Faves include: You're All I Need Tonight, Call Me, Day to Day, Change a Thing, Kickin' My Heart Around, When You're Gone, and Ready, Willing, & Able. 9/10.
||Date: November 8, 2010 at 8:00|
|This album could easily have been the follow up to ATR, there is no doubt of that. It has that same melodic/harmonic vibe but has a little more bite, kind of like the originally intended follow up, Imaginator. Very catchy songs, played perfectly as expected. Certainly another highlight of this years releases.
||Date: November 15, 2010 at 9:32|
|These pretty boys power up some pleasant pop-rock hooks, drench the whole thing in more sugar than a case of Jolt soda, and proceed to put out the album everyone expected to follow their now-considered-classic debut. Perhaps not quite as polished as "After the Rain," but not too far removed from the sound of that CD. The songs are instantly catchy--you won't need multiple spins to remember these tunes--and feature the slick harmony vocals the brothers are noted for. Whether or not lightning as actually struck twice is for each individual listener to decide (personally I think the album is good but falls short of greatness), but while you're trying to make up your mind, you can simply enjoy the CD for what it is: quality melodic rock.
||Date: May 4, 2011 at 19:18|
|Very melodic stuff and definitely an album worthy of following After The Rain. Call Me, Day By Day and You're All I Need Tonight are my favourites here.
||Date: November 19, 2012 at 21:33|
|Great Melodic Rock here... How can I miss you? is an awesome track... Also is good to know this guys worked with Mark Slaughter in the song writing of the ballad "To get back to you".... Overall a very decent release 8/10
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: December 12, 2012 at 14:13|
|Respecting all the positive comments above but comparing this album with the debut one is basically out of place IMO...that debut was simply a KILLER,as simple as that...this one contains good songs but nothing really from outter space..."Call Me","Ready Willing And Able","You're All I Need Tonight"(very nice),"When You're Gone","Take Me There"(i swear to God i thought i was listening to Bon Jovi instead of the twins,really vocally and musically is just like a mere copy of the guy from New Jersey,still a goodie one)& "Change A Thing"(good mid tempo) are my faves...82/100
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