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Catalog Number: KR048
|2.||The Black and Blue|
|3.||When I Said You'd Be the One|
|4.||All About Money|
|6.||Give Me a Sign|
|7.||What Would You Do|
|9.||The World We Knew|
|10.||Could've Been Me|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: December 19, 2013 at 12:35|
|I submitted this one a couple days ago as it's been in semi frequent listening rotation for me since it came out at the end of September. It's been a 8 year dry spell for the band since 'Live Program (2005)' and 9 years since their last studio release 'Crunch (2004)'. Unlike 'Boston', some dry spells pay off in spades as this might just be the band's most consistent album, as almost all the tracks are catchy as hell. The band is firing on all cylinders with crunchy solos, thunderous drums, and the unique soulful voice of Jamie Rowe intact. Top it all off with excellent songwriting and production. Looks go as we get older but Jamie Rowe who used to look like a poor man's Axl Rose in his 'Guardian' days, now is unrecognizable as he looks more like a bouncer or a big rig trucker coming in a 300+ lbs. Many times a voice changes with that kind of weight, but I don't hear it. In my top 5 releases for 2013. Adriangale(Live Melodic Rock Fest III) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuRCK-sH8dA|
|From: the rocker||Date: December 19, 2013 at 19:27|
|I've had this since Sept. 23, I don't have a scanner or whatever you need to submit albums or I would have at the time. My #2 of 2013, right behind the new W.E.T.. Fantastic album start to finish and most consistent like above has stated.It is easier to name my least favorite song(s)and that is All About The Money,(decent track still)the rest are all 7.5-10 in rating.Must have album,catchy,melodic poppy hard rock at it's best. Highly recommend!|
|From: aorluver||Date: January 5, 2014 at 11:05|
|Unexpectedlu good record. Solos are great The album seems heavier than the previos ones They owe a lot to Pretty Maids and the likes but Pretty Maids is an obvious association Shortly -I never expected such a decent record from these dudes|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: February 26, 2014 at 12:28|
|for me re programm is their best record.a very consistant and very great hard rock record,with a very clean and very clear sound.here they use the same recipe.a top class powerfull production with an exceptional sound.we have the feeling to be in the studio with the band.nevertheless i note 3 fillers track 4 (a bad song) track 8( a weird instrumental) and track 11 (an average ballad).the 8 others songs are a wet dream for all hard rockers lovers of the world.jamie rowe have always the same voice (perfect for this type of hard rock),vic rivera is an excellent guitarist (riff and solo),the rhytmn section is absoluty perfect.i recommand this cd without hesitation.|
|From: Swedish Rocker||Date: April 25, 2015 at 5:42|
|Maybe their weakest effort. The band bounced back with their latest album, Defiance. On of their strongest albums. Strange it hasn't been added on this site yet.|
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