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2.46 | 29 ratings

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Sean Trane
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1 stars This atrocious album (and don't EVER let anyone tell you otherwise) is the unthinkable disaster that followed one of rock history's best album (12 Dreams). There are of course many excuses for such an awful album, the least of them being that only one member remains from the original line-up: keyboardist John Locke (I was never sure how he got embarked on this sinking ship, though) and clearly he is outvoted by the twin Stehealy brothers and was probably never a leader either. One of the hint for the awfulness of the album was the disappearance of that classic Spirit logo and the futuristic artwork

What we have here is a vastly different rock, not far from hard rock with absolutely none of the past subtleties. All tracks but two are written by the new coming twin bros. The last two instrumental tracks (the two shortest of the album) are from the only legit member, John Locke and although slightly better than the rest of the other tracks on the album, they are really nothing special. One cannot even say that the vocals hold any interest

The only good thing that came out of this album is that it was so bed that it literally stopped the bleeding and the whole thing folded quite quickly after the release of this complete dud.

Sean Trane | 1/5 |


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