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Dan is back to his best,
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This review is from: The Deliverance of Marlowe Billings (Audio CD)
Twenty-something years ago Green on Red took the skin off the human soul with the howl of pain that was Here Come The Snakes. It was the ultimate album for those of us guys with stiletto marks on our hearts. Those songs of loss, rejection, and deep hurt have stayed with me over the years, whether I wanted them to or not.
Frankly, though, nothing Dan or Chuck has done since has come close - until now. I don't know what depths Dan had to plumb to come up with this record, but I hope it was worth it (I doubt it). It is a document of loss and pain more mature and even more bleak than Snakes. It hurts.
Okay, it doesn't have Chuck's guitar genius, and there are a couple of turkeys on here. But it's still the best album I've heard in years. For all the wrong reasons.
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Initial post: 30 Oct 2012 21:45:54 GMT
Red on Black says:
Thanks for your review. I love Green on Red and sounds well worth a punt. Regards Rob
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