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Big Wreck - Ghosts

4.26
Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2014-07-15 Year: 2014
Label: The Anthem Entertainment Group
Genre: Modern Rock
Producer: Ian Thornley, Nick Raskulinecz, Eric Ratz
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Big Wreck's comeback album Albatross was a very pleasant surprise when it was released back in 2012. Filled with nice riffs and the perfect blend of modern rock and grunge, Ian Thornely and his men showed that they belong to the elite when it comes to alternative rock. However, I must say that this new album is an even bigger surprise and is for me the strongest album that was released in 2014. The band has put on a progressive touch this time, which takes their Soundgarden and Led Zeppelin smelling grunge rock to a whole new dimension. And not only that there "new" style is very appealing, when it comes to songs this is better compared to what they have released as well.
Tracks that the 7:30 long opening song "A Place to Call Home" sets the level directly and then when you get songs like "Hey Mama" and "Break" then just have to surrender. And have to mention the epic "War Baby" that is brilliant"
Buy, Buy, BUY!

Tracklisting 1. A Place To Call Home
2. I Digress
3. Ghosts
4. My Life
5. Hey Mama
6. Diamonds
7. Friends
8. Still Here
9. Break
10. Off and Running
11. Come What May
12. War Baby
13. A Place To Call Home (Reprise)


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