Friday, July 09, 2010


This is the third album of the band, whose bassist is Markus Grosskopf of Helloween. But don't get fooled, these guys are playing a totally different style of music.
Right from the first note, one can tell which are the influences of the band. Rock 'n' Roll, at it's finest, raw and heavy, but also catchy and memorable. Southern sounds, hammond keys, and both female and male vocals, make things even more interesting, and this album one of those that you could expect from a US band, but certainly not from a German one. Besides the nice cover songs, there are also some well written tunes, all moving at the same mood and quality. There are enough nice ideas here, and hardly a few moments where things could have been done in a better way. Besides the music, another strong point of the album is the great party feeling you get while listening. With a clear production, enough catchy tunes to sing along, this album is ideal for listening while driving, while drinking a couple of beers with friends, or watching live. It fun right from the first to the last minute, and has a way to make you participate, tap your feet or move your head along with the rhythm. So, if you are a fan of their previous works, or a fan of Rock 'n' Roll in general, check them out. They got what it takes.


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