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Opening track Under The Sky makes a defining statement for the rest of the album. Cormac completely shatters the myth that white men can't sing the blues while Paul exhibits a wonderfully expressive less-is-more approach to blues rock soloing, hardly surprising as his favourite guitarist is Paul Kosoff. One listen through the whole album, and you get it all: explosive drumming, crunching riffs, rolling bass, fluid, resonant playing and hooks that are solid gold. Never Too Late is Zeppelin at their peak, Come Follow Me is 70's flamboyant stadium rock at its best. Memphis Water is a strong dose of "old school" blues rock that displays the band's Free influences, No Questions is an opportunity for James to prove that he can drum like Bonzo, too, and Preachin' has that deep Mississippi delta blues feel, complete with gospel choir to make you feel good about religion again!Read more ›
The album mainly consists of full-out rockers (Never Too Late, Come Follow Me, Leavin' Today) but also has a couple of slower, bluesier songs (Memphis Water, Preachin') as well as the traditional power ballad (Always). Every style that the band turn their hand to is equally impressive, and demonstrates their obvious talent as musicians. However, they have more than just skill, their is clearly fantastic chemistry between them. Cormac Neeson's soulful vocals and Paul Mahon's searing guitar-work is backed up perfectly by Micky Waters' pounding basslines and James Heatley's awesome drumming to create something that transcends mere words - so I won't try! I would say my favourite track is either Sometimes Your Love, with highlights Cormac's fantastically unique voice, or Under The Sky which features mindblowing guitaring from Paul (a trend that runs through the album). Buy this album if you like any kind of rock music and you will not be dissappointed. This band are destined for great things, so make sure you check them out before they go global!
The first track, Under The Sky, is an excellent opener. Short, sharp, punchy lyrics, great guitar work and a heavy rhythm section grabs you by the short and curlies and doesn't let go. Never Too Late and Come Follow Me don't quite have the same impact, though there's nothing wrong with either of them, whilst Be What You Want is one of the band's favourite live tracks, as the three other members of the group get to sing along on the chorus. Memphis Water could be renamed Muddy Waters, it's the first dip of The Answer's toe into the Memphis Blues that they so obviously admire, though for total blues wait until you get to track 10, Preachin'.
And then you're on to the two best songs on the CD - No Questions Asked is pure Led Zeppelin from start to finish, Jimmy Page guitar riffs, Cormac doing his best Robert Plant impression, but there's a feeling of recognition that makes you love it.Read more ›
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Planet Rock have a lot to answer for....all good by the way....they continue to educate/inform with their playlists so bands like The Answer come to the fore. Rock On !Published on 5 Jan. 2013 by Amazon Customer
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ignore the music presss most of whom have never sold a single record of their own, and listen to this.
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If your record collection has any or all of Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath etc - buy this now. If not, why not......and buy this now anyway! Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2009 by Baggers
Didnt know anything about this group, went to see them as blasee as many of the crowd and venue, spoiled by too many years of choice tunes, apathetic after hearing too much formula... Read morePublished on 15 May 2007 by Alex Kidd
All the reviews here are accurate. A brilliant debut album, from the best new British hard rock band to emerge in many years. Excellent musicians, excellent songs. Read morePublished on 29 April 2007 by N. Nattrass
I very rarely feel compelled to review CDs, DVDs, Books etc that I've purchased but having listened to this album I just felt that I HAD TO ! Read morePublished on 3 April 2007 by Mr. B. J. Clayton