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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Jamsync Music
Catalog Number: JSM062910
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Rob Wylde vocals, guitar|
Spike drums, percussion, keyboards
Rob Laney74 Lane bass
|1. ||Best Friend Is My Radio |
|2. ||Cocaine |
|3. ||Dial It Up |
|4. ||Down on Luck |
|5. ||Thank You for Nothing |
|6. ||Mirrors Wires |
|7. ||Don't Look At Me Like That |
|8. ||Believe in You |
|9. ||One Thing You Don't Need |
|10. ||Eat Your Heart Out |
|11. ||Aint Got Nothin on Me |
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||Date: September 29, 2018 at 21:50|
|I bought this album on the strength of Rob Wyldes current band, Midnite City releasing easily one of the best albums of 2017 (despite not really liking his album with Tigertailz). Despite the descriptions some gave of it being "pop punk", I do not really hear that. There is a little bit of Butch Walker-esque stuff in here, and some stuff that sounds like modern day Trixter, but over all a lot of the album sounds not a million miles away from Midnite City. Some songs are a little faster paced, and there is not so much keyboards for sure, but I can easily see this appealing to Midnite City fans no doubt. Favourite songs on this would be Don't look at me like that, Best friend is my radio and the awesome ballade, Believe in you.
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