Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
There is such a thing as....
Paul Watson | Ireland | 11/13/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
""There is no such thing as..." will appeal to Masters of Reality fans. Its format of songs is basically similar. For instance the opening track Spirtual Beggars leads into "Here in Paradise" in the same bombastic manner as the Masters.. "Theme for a scientist" leads you into "Domino" from their debut album. Also, it is not all out in out Hard and heavy Rock as there are nice soft touches in "Dancing on your grave" and "Get on home". Although Chris Goss handled all the vocals on the MoR debut, Tim is a more than capable lead singer too. Tim also has a solo CD out called "Master Frequency and his Deepness" but that CD was a bit too weird and experimental, and I do not recommend that unless you are completist. He also has another side project,but I cannot recall the name. I tried searching for the albm on the net, but only found reviews,so get that if you can because it looks pretty elusive. Shame there was not to be a follow up on this one, as it came at a time when Hard Rock was in the doldrums. This album will also appeal to classic era early Deep Purple and Black Sabbath fans."
The Bogeymen are going to get you....
Steve Lenore | 01/08/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This quartet formed after singer/guitarist Tim Harrington and drummer Vinnie Ludivicio quit the band Masters Of Reality under acrimonious circumstances. With Greg Ceramo Liss on bass and George Rossi on keys, the band cut an excellent debut album for Delicious Vinyl which was blues-based hard-rock/metal with jazz and blues leanings. The jazz side comes out in "Damn The Safety Nets" which sounds like the Bill Evans Trio sitting in with Jimi Hendrix. "Spritiual Beggars" is a pummeling hard-rock number reminiscent of Blue Oyster Cult, while "Killing Ground" owes a lot to Deep Purple. You have to hear this disc if you like metal with a different perspective.."