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Moon Is The New Earth CD

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  • Audio CD (30 Sept. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Megaforce
  • ASIN: B00197U0N0
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 222,253 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Thelomi on 21 July 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I first heard these guys live, placed number three in the pecking order with The Answer and Roadstar. Despite not knowing a thing about them they blew me away and, in my opinion, the other bands.

In the raw live environment they really came across well so I was slightly disappointed on buying the debut when production took the edge off slightly. The album was still great, just failed to capture that live power.

The new album goes a long way to solving that but it's also stepped up to the plate in quality of songs.

There are loads of these 70's style revivalist bands around, some of them adding a slightly more modern feel or tempo to the material, but loads of them over produced and overblown and lacking subtlety. Every time i listen to this album it grows on me, every time i listen a new song rears it's head as my a potential favourite.

Personally, i think these guys top the list of 70's revivalist retro rockers and have a uniquness to the material that separates them from the pack. There are some great new band releases out there but in most instances, after a few listens, they just join the cd stack and get over looked in preference of the classic era Purple, Sabbath, Thin Lizzy and Rush, because they don't deliver start to finish.....and frankly whatever they do has been done better. It's difficult to put my finger on why but that's not going to happen with Moon Is The New Earth and the quality, variety and honesty of the individual songs, throughout the whole album, will find it sitting alongside the classics in my collection.

Can't wait to see this set live!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. Langmead on 23 Jun. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Received this on pre-order today direct from Megaforce Records. If you loved the first album, you certainly wont be disappointed with this second release from Rose hill Drive.

Straight into the good stuff with 'sneak out' with poweful riffs & the 70's rock sound that is fast becoming RHD's own.

Stand out tracks are Sneak out, I'm on To You, Altar Junkie but there is no filler on this record - it's all good - pounding bass, shredding guitar solos & a mean rythm from the drummer.

It gets better with every listen

Get yourself a copy - if you dig a bit of good old fashioned rock, but with a modern twist - you'll love this
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. Vincenzo on 9 Feb. 2009
Format: Audio CD
I have very much appreciated this cd by Rose Hill Drive, whilst the first album had a sound that could be compared to new groups on the scene like Black Mountain, Wolfmother and Black Stone Cherry. All groups with a southern rock 7o sound. I find this 2nd album much closer to a Zepp sound and the more you listen to it the more you get hooked to it.
I find them very similar to the new Irish group called the Answer, only these chaps come from the states.
I suggest you invest some money in these guys and you won*t be disaapointed at all.
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By P. A. Ferguson on 2 Jan. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Great, great album. The more i listen to it the more I like it.
Shame it has one of the worst covers ever designed.
Still, whilst you are air guitaring round the living room you can always leave your cuppa or can of beer on top of it. ;-)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
One Step Closer to an Epic Album 8 July 2008
By Notorious Nate - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This was an album I was nervous about hearing. I liked their debut album so much that I wondered how this young trio would follow it up. Well they did it. Moon is the new Earth has much more variation in song structure than their previous effort with lyrics that are both entertaining and intelligent. The best song on the album is Laughing in the Streets which has almost a QOTSA feel to it with its rhythmic guitars and sarcastic lyrics. Overall the album starts out very strong, slows in the middle, then gains momentum towards the finish. This is a very good sophomore effort that hints to bigger things in the near future.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
No Sloppy Seconds Here 25 Jun. 2008
By Sor_Fingers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The long-haired, 70's throwback power-trio outfit from Boulder, CO, Rose Hill Drive follows up their 2006 self titled debut with "Moon is the New Earth." Rose Hill is known for rocking their live audiences with their creative riff based tunes, extended jams, trash-can endings and amplifiers turned up to 11. On their self-titled debut, the band showed a lot of youthful energy, simple but catchy tunes, a strong political message and promise to become a great band after a little maturity. "Moon is the New Earth" is a step in the right direction. The contrast in cover art from the first record to this one is analogous to the musical contrast. The new record features more color, more sparkly production, better crafted song-writing, and a capture of the band's live energy that was especially lacking on the debut. Guitarist Daniel Sproul's guitar chops have seen incredible improvement and his musical vocabulary has expanded dramatically. If only he could get a little more time to develop a solo as he does live. Brother Jake Sproul's vocals have that playful delivery and his bass playing as also at a higher level. Drummer Nate Barnes gives more energy, more thunder and more power to the ensemble. Lyrically, the band has backed off the political slant and has written an album that's more about chicks, cars, and feeling good. This album just has a better overall feel to it, more optimistic and in love with life than in protest against the world. I just wish we could have at least one song of the epic scale that "Reptillian Blues" was on the debut (all the songs hover around 3-4 minutes) and we could have a little bit of really good acoustic writing (just one song, not a whole four song suite like on the debut, it's a good change of pace to the blistering rock n roll). Either way, this album is a good step forward for Rose Hill Drive. Keep an eye on these guys, they're headed in the right direction.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Do you miss good-old-fashioned rock? 26 Jun. 2008
By R. Key - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Rose Hill Drive, simply put, can rock your brains out. I have seen the band live on 3 different occassions and they have impressed me each time. Short of seeing a live performance, you can can purchase Moon is the New Earth and get a taste of the force and power these guys put forth on the stage. Honestly, at first listen I didn't think they had matched the first albumn but after another listen, I was hooked again. This new albumn not only satisfies the craving for honest rock-n-roll but leaves you wanting more. I have been listening to 'classic' rock for several years simply because none of the new, 'popular' music out there offers any of the bone jarring, head-smashing, intensity that I have been looking for...these guys are for real and if you are like me and wish for a return to the glory days of rock-n-roll you owe it to yourself to hear them. Buy this albumn and you will want to hear the earlier stuff too...pick up the debut albumn and thier EP "Live at the Fox Theatre" - you will be hooked...
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Do yourself a favour, don't read this just buy the cd 25 Jun. 2008
By Paul J. Cunningham - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
As mentioned all over the internet Rose Hill Drive are the best young rock band that nobody has ever heard of.This cd will surely change all of that....it has too...this is as good a collection of hard rock music as you would find anywhere. 70's throwbacks!! Hardly.. this is modern fresh and energetic. Play it loud ...get out and hear it live but this really is as good as it gets.
Trans Am is the gem for me ....flashing through the empty midwestern country roads with the car stereo blaring ...pure magic.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Buy it! 10 July 2008
By Riggidy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you are thinking about buying this stop thinking and just do it. It will not let you down! Every song is great and these guys continue to make good rock music. If you have been waiting for a solid rock album, this is the one to buy. These guys from Colorado are all that is rock!
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