Category: Reviews

Bowling For Soup – Fishin’ For Woos

Bowling For Soup – Fishin’ For Woos

“Are y’all ready to rock?” asks the Fishin’ For Woos liner notes…ok, let me pause here for a moment and emphasis “liner notes”, yes by virtue of me mentioning those words, it means I am reviewing this CD with CD case and liner notes in my hand, yeah I know, that’s old school right?  Well that’s not the only thing […]

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Heroes For Hire – Take One For The Team

Heroes For Hire – Take One For The Team

If infectious three minute pop punk anthems are your thing, then the second album from Australian five piece Heroes For Hire, Take One For The Team is what you seek.  Following the experience of recording the first album and relentless touring with some of the heavyweights from the pop & punk genre behind them, Take One For The Team is […]

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Warrant – Rockaholic

Warrant – Rockaholic

For those that aren’t aware, yes Warrant are still around, they do have a different singer and with his inclusion they rock better than ever. ‘Rockaholic’ is Warrant’s first release since 2006’s ‘Born Again’ that featured Black ‘N Blue singer Jaime St James, now with St James out, the failed return of Jani Lane and with former Lynch Mob / […]

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Brian Robertson – Diamonds and Dirt

Brian Robertson – Diamonds and Dirt

For former Thin Lizzy and Motörhead guitarist Brian Robertson, recording a solo album was probably the furthest thing from his mind when he thrust a bagful of his unreleased compositions into the hands of his friend Soren Lindberg….  The outcome, yep you guessed it, is this rather enjoyable rock record Diamonds and Dirt. In recording the album an all star […]

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Black ‘N Blue – Hell Yeah!

Black ‘N Blue – Hell Yeah!

Black ‘n Blue are Back ‘n Better than ever! This album, the bands first since 1988 and the first on Frontiers Records, ‘Hell Yeah!’ sees the return of the original line up, minus only Tommy Thayer and the return of Jaime St. James who was last heard on record with Warrant but trust me, this is no Warrant album, this […]

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