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later 90s Quo learn to rock hard again,
By A Customer
This review is from: Rock 'til You Drop (Audio CD)
After a few disappointing efforts "Perfect Remedy" & "Aint Complainin" and the so-so "Thirsty Work" Quo rediscovered their rock roots and went back to the basics with "RTYD". Clean production no synths and good strong rockier songs made this a winner with most of Quos ever loyal Army of fans. First track "Walk Around Like A Zombie" rocks very hard & sets the tone for the rest of the CD..."One Man Band" has Parfitt singing stronger than ever although the message in the lyrics is a worry given Rossis dictatorial ways."Nothing Comes Easy" has a hypnotic beat with typical Quo understated vocals but Piledriver guitars building.A real bonus is the remake of the early 70s classic "4500 times" which the band pull off brilliantly given it a new fresh feel but retaining its haunting boogie roller coatser ride feel. A very good CD overall with Quo building towards the awesome "Under The Influence" of mid 1999.