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|1.||In Those Eyes|
|2.||My Oh My (Get What You Need)|
|3.||I Like It|
|4.||Good And The Bad|
|7.||Pieces 0f Your Love|
|8.||Living For The Now|
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|From: Auslander||Date: August 22, 2021 at 10:17|
|Now this is an album to celebrate from Australia. It is exactly as advertised from the title "Summertime Highs". Really, this is am album for summers by the pool, looking at pretty girls in bikinis as you sip a cold beer. Good and the Bad is probably the standout track, having a definite 80s hard AOR sound. Great vocals by Kym, almost with a Rod Stewart rasp. This is a tight band musically, but the fifth member must be the engineer. He coaxes a smooth, professional sound with warmth. I prefer it to the overdone sound one gets on many Frontiers releases. I highly recommend this album. I bought it from their bandcamp page and I hope more people can support such high quality rock n roll. One of the best of 2021. Grade A.|
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