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on 3 June 2012
Having just seen RW&B support Lynyrd Skynyrd I came home to buy this at once. RW&B are a traditional classic rock band who mix great vocals and catchy riffs. If you are a fan of bands like Thunder, early Status Quo or that ilke you will love this band.
You get a crystal clear mix of fantastic guitar and songs that are sung not screamed.

Go on just buy it you will not regret it, I didn't. I look forward to so much more from this band.
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on 4 July 2013
Great find. After seeing Skin and Little Angels a while ago I thought I would see what various band members were up too. It turns out that Mike Grey, guitarist from Skin, had this side project a short while ago. With Matt from Jagged Edge on vocals they produced a great album. As you would expect the songs are very similar to previous Skin stuff and delivered with great fun.
If you like the old school sound of FM, Skin, Thunder, Hurricane Party/Roadstar then this is right on the money for you.
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on 17 February 2013
Apparently the Red, White & Blues started off as a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute band and you can tell their influence on this album. Its unashamedly Southern Rock and very good it is is too. I first found out about the band from a giveaway track by Classic Rock Magazine.

If you like Skynyrd you will love the style of this album and as a first album it is an excellent debut.
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on 2 July 2012
Excellent album, takes me back to the stuff I used to listen to years ago, Rainbow, Whitesnake, Deep Purple (you get the idea). Not one duff track, thanks to Planet Rock for playing "Counts for nothing", great guitar work, decided to check out the album and wasn't disappointed.
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on 18 December 2012
Seen these guys on many occasions, in various bands and guises over the years, and this album is one of the best.
Not a poor track here.
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on 3 June 2012
Saw them in Manchester on 2nd June 2012. They were absolutely brilliant! Got this on the back of that (fantastic) performance.
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