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- Observing Life Trough Rose Coloured Glass - Claudia Ehrhardt - 7 stars


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Observing Life Trough Rose Coloured Glass

Observing Life Trough Rose Coloured Glass
(Redfield Rec. - 2002)


The young band started in spring 2000 and soon relelased their first demo CD. In March 2001 this album hit the stores which is now kinda re-released by Ignition Records for the U.K.. But what does the 7 track debut offer, musically the band offers a kind of hard edged, straight college rock with some punk and crossover elements… A kind of nu metal, but not to be compared with the known bands of this genre. Musically they probably can be compared with the Canadian Nickelback, but they are harder and the vocals are not as smooth, even if Seasonticket might sound like them. The track Don Quixote gives an idea about the band and shows their harder side.


7 stars

Claudia Ehrhardt
 

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