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Quality but definitely not quantity.
on 19 October 2011
Listening to the reviews and the occasional track on Planet Rock I did feel compelled to get this album and what you get is good solid four star hard/bluesy rock; however that is where it ends, nothing extra, no bells or whistles, although the last track 'Face of Light' was a variation to the previous nine tracks. The music flows just around the lyrics and the tracks appear to end far too short, as already mentioned a few solos wouldn't go amiss, I expect this is probably their trademark, (more late 60s rather than 70s), but when you turn the CD over and see only half of it is burnt, it brings home how short the disc is, (I can play it twice on my hour commute). Don't get me wrong this is not a bad album but probably my last Rival Sons purchase; now I do believe 'The Parlor Mob' are bringing out a new album and if it is anything like their last it will be five star quality and quantity hard/bluesy rock.