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Where the 90's should've gone
Thomas McGuire | Austin, Texas | 06/19/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Infectious grooves, crazy arrangements, monstrous vocal production on par with anything Queen, Queensryche, Def Lep, or Winger ever pulled off, and some sterling rhythem work from a band that should've lead us all into a happier 90's with more creative blending of art-rock, funk, metal, progressive influences. Instead, we got a bunch of gimps from Seattle that never learned to bathe, let alone to play their guitars or sing.
When this album came out, my band was doing our thing in Austin rehearsing and recording demos, and we were all heartbroken this album didn't take off, and even more disappointed never to hear from these cats again. In my view it's a damn crime they didn't do another album like this one.
This is a one of a kind if you're into metal and don't expect galloping triplet Iron Maiden riffs or chunking metal head bar chord riffs.
Take it from a guitarist, this album just stone cold rocks."
Avant Garde Visceral Rock
G. Williams | 12/14/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The whole album is electricly crisp, lyrically soulful and sprinkled throughout with a unique and spicey blues-funk rythym: it's a taste of hard-rock bliss.
T-Ride's sound avoids the souless corporate contract rock that eventually become the death of every 80s hair band. The album maintains the fun raucous frenetic rock we all loved, and it adds a unique blues interpretation. It comes complete with complex vocal arrangements, rapid harmonics, smooth bridges and interesting lyrics.
"Backdoor Romeo" is an especially entertaining track with a hilarious storyline and a rapid fire speed blues rock sound. Everytime I hear it, I hear some nuance I missed before.
"She said: I catch you sucking someone else's dirty lips - you're dead for sure!!!" ...Yea, I had a girlfriend like this once. Scary...
Bottom line: if you want solid soulful rock coupled with complex chords and beautifully refined studio sound - you will love this album. It's a damn shame we have no rock like this today."