Album Reviews

Dario Mollo & Tony Martin – Third Cage Review

Some of the slower tunes remind of Black Sabbath era days circa “Cross Purposes” 1994 another album which Tony appeared in, the reason I say this is because Martins vocal atonement at slower ballad tunes, it just sounds great and moving and the last track here “Violet Moon” you get that feeling.

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Beggars & Thieves – We Are the Brokenhearted Review

The two have stayed around in the music industry being involved in creating music, jingles etc for Nascar and Fox Sports. After 20 years absence they came back and played at Firefest Festival in 2010 and was voted one of the surprises of the festival.

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Chickenfoot – III Review

Two albums in and CHICKENFOOT really feel like a band rather than a studio project and I can only hope that they hang around for a few more albums in the future, III is not a perfect album, but fans of the first disc will surely love it and anybody

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805 – Unexpected Company Review

Released By : Self Released Genre : Blues rock, Classic Rock Link : http://www.805-rocks.com Tracklist: 1. A little bit 2. Killing time 3. Devil on a good day 4. Diamonds & Candy 5. Sex on a stick 6. Your god not mine 7. Good Stuff 8. Tom Cat 9. She is 10. Time Bomb 11. […]

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Raygun Rebels – Bring Me Home Review

The band’s sound draws influence from the sunset strip sound of the eighties with some early day GUNS ‘N’ ROSES and some MOTLEY CRUE and even a slight, slight hint of POISON, but where things get interesting is the inclusion of some obvious influence from some seventies rockers like AEROSMITH and NEW YORK DOLLS…

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Badmouth – Heavy Metal Parking Lot Review

This new album improves on every element from the debut tenfold and if I didn’t know better I would swear it’s another group entirely. The base sound is still a pretty basic hard rock groove, but this time around the songs are catchy…

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Eskimo Joe – Ghosts Of The Past

The songwriting is fantastic on GHOSTS OF THE PAST, and while there is still enough grit and angst to keep it from sounding too perfect, there is plenty of hit material here and it wouldn’t surprise me to find at least five of the eleven tunes in the singles charts at some stage over the next year or so…

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Greenslade Live 1973-1975

This album gathers some very rare live recordings of the band in their early years, and while the lack of a guitar may be a bit of a sticky point, the fact is that GREENSLADE where absolutely on-song during this era and these tracks really are worth hearing for anyone calling themselves a fan of progressive rock music…