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Artist: Guardian

Title: Almost Home

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2014

Label: G-Man

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Personnel

David Bach bass
Jamey Perrenot guitar
Jamie Rowe vocals
Karl Ney drums
Tony Palacios guitar

Tracks

1.  Boom She Said  
2.  The Real Me  
3.  Little Things  
4.  Wonderful  
5.  California Rain  
6.  King of Fools  
7.  Paranoia Kills  
8.  Price We Pay  
9.  Free  
10.  Almost Home  

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From: MetalllianStallion Date: June 21, 2018 at 0:08
Why get the original vintage line up together coming off a 17 year hiatus to put out a album that sounds like where they left off with the underwhelming alt-rock "Bottle Rocket (1997)" ? Why not give the fans what they want after waiting almost 2 decades? Think 'Fire and Love' (1990) meets (2014)and if needed recruit some quality outside song writers and producers (John & Dino Elefante, Vic Rivera). I know that Jamie Rowe still has the vox goods as AdrianGale "Sucker Punch (2013)" IMO was the bands best and most consistent release. Great production, vocals,riffs, and catchy songs.(give credit to Vic Rivera)."Almost Home" lost me right out of the gates with the static back round noise intro for 30 seconds which sounds like a trucker talking on a CB and the slide (gone country) guitar intro. "Boom She Said," is a dissonant fuzz-toned disaster with modern rock/country textures and didn't grab me in the least, as it's light years away from the band's early sound.

From: MetalllianStallion Date: June 21, 2018 at 0:24
(con't) When a band has 2-3 interludes in a album you know to expect maximum FILLER/NO KILLER tracks in the writing department. There's a phone message from the 80's producer KI$$ of Death Gene $immons during Jamie Rowe's 'London Calling' days which is worth a chuckle telling Jamie he's too old to make it. There's a trumpet-based Mariachi-sounding piece with the only saving grace on the album being a few decent ballads. To put it bluntly "Almost Home" lacks the balls, hooks, riffs,harmonies and the straight forward gospel message of 'Fire and Love' or 'Miracle Mile'. Anyone who has followed this band already know the lion's share of Guardian fans LOVE their early hard rock/blues-based releases, over the latter descent into modern rock territory. This album a complete disappointment to my ears as I was expecting so much more.


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