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The Better Life
The Better Life
Price: £9.05

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars I kid you not man, the drummer really sings., 22 Mar. 2001
This review is from: The Better Life (Audio CD)
If i was to grade this album 5 out of 5, i would cheat the prospective buyer although this album is good, not all the songs are unique. This comtempory album is a collaberation of rock influences like, alice in chains, early Goo Goo dolls music and George Formby (well maybe not the goo goo dolls). Outstanding track on this album will have to be, Be like that, Kryptonite and loser, the rest of the songs on the albums verge on good but they are the type of songs that make the listener fell like they have heard them somewhere before.

Now You See Inside
Now You See Inside

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Another American rock pop band, No., 22 Mar. 2001
This review is from: Now You See Inside (Audio CD)
This album verges on the border of great and excellant. The power rock ballads of Politically correct, right now and Non-toxic bring the raw edge to the album which makes it appeal to harder listeners. Along with the Radio friendly songs like What a mess and Empty spaces defines the Main man Mitch Allen as having a ear and mentallity to write songs that people are willing to listen to even if they are not alternative music fans. Music for the masses, this album is for the new breed of a developed rock generation.

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