Top positive review
4 people found this helpful
on 30 June 2005
Northern England seems to be churning out it's new and powerful rockers. yourcodenameis:milo may appear to be the Notherners known well at the moment, but Laruso are coming your way.
Myself and others were incredibly impatient waiting for this album. Ordered in advance, it dropped onto my carpet [with thanks to Postie] and went straight into the player at 9am. I was blown away and awoken suddenly by the fierce, ripping guitars and flowing, powerful, sustained vocals of Jay.
Bring It On throws you into preparation for the rest of the album. Fooled by the muting of the first 12 seconds of Bring It On, you take this as easy going. When these seconds dissipate, you are thrown into a rocking frenzy. This album is made to be played at full volume in a large room.
Upon reaching track 6, the melodies are brought to a lower tone with a beautiful acoustic, drum-free melody with no drums. This song is like listening to water flow over rocks. Heartfelt lyrics and amazing notes contrast throughout the song. A very good song to relate to for many.
This album is an alluring piece of musical genius, once you hit play you won't be able to stop it. I advise hitting repeat for at least a few hours. You'll never be bored.
Watch out, music scene.
Laruso are WELL on their way.