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on 23 November 2006
And to think that just a few short years ago, Thunder were shutting up shop and yet,here we are with what I think will turn out to be one of my favourite no frills rock album of this year.
I have to say though that when I first put this in my player and I listened to the opening (and title) track that my heart sank - it just did not seem possible that after the blustering performance of "Magnificent Seventh" that we could have descended into this little number as a precursor of their eighth studio session - but, then we launched into Dirty Dream and everything was uphill from thereon in to the end of this magnificent disc!
What you see is certainly what you get with Thunder and, as one other reviewer succinctly put it - "everything is destined for live shows" and one would certainly hope so - never setting the world alight with brilliance, but for rock solid riffs and rythmn, superbly clear vocals and workmanlike guitar playing, you'd go a long way to top these guys.
Just buy this ear candy and immerse yourself in some good, old fashioned rock music - you will NOT regret it!