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"Racing Grey" by Steven Mark (Adult Rock artist from New York, New York (NY))
"Table For One" by Joe Colledge (Adult Rock artist from Northern New Jersey (NJ))
|POSTED BY: radioindy||POSTED ON: 23 Sep 2007 05:25 PM|
Joe Colledge's engaging adult rock collection "Table For One" will keep listeners groovin' from start to finish! Great vocals define the beauty of "Table For One" – Joe's cool, smooth tone rings with heavy appeal! "Lost Again" flaunts some great instrumentation, incorporating the graceful sounds of harmonica leads and organ backdrops. Musical hooks seem to be Joe's specialty – every song is laden with fresh hooks, making these tunes unforgettable. The heart-felt love ballad "Deep Into You" ventures into Joe's serene acoustic side. "Loosing Faith" demonstrates Joe's passionate vocals and his comfort with wearing his heart on his sleeve. Moreover, the lyrics of every song on this CD are sincere and skillfully written with poetic fervor, covering life experiences that we all can relate to. Finished with brilliant production defined by great quality, "Table For One" is one CD that music lovers should not do without! Fans of Tom Petty and Counting Crows, quickly find your seat at this "Table For One" – You don't want to miss out on this audio adventure!
-Xavier P. (for RadioIndy.com)
"Who We Are" by Lifehouse (DreamWorks Adult Rock band from Los Angeles, California (CA))
|POSTED BY: radioindy||POSTED ON: 23 Sep 2007 05:24 PM|
Lifehouse's latest Dreamworks release and fourth studio album "Who We Are" strikes a beautiful balance between their early hard-driving Creed sound and their new-found adult-rock/contemporary vibe. Although this release doesn't venture into any new territories, playing it safe for Lifehouse isn't such a bad decision, judging from their huge successes of the past. Their first radio single, "First Time," proves to be just as mesmerizing and chest-swelling as every Lifehouse song. Power ballad after power ballad, Lifehouse effortlessly keeps listeners entertained with their hypnotic electric guitars and trademark, edgy baritone vocals. "The Joke" is perhaps the most daring song on this album. Venturing into a more upbeat groove, a heavier edge, and a less melodic vocal arrangement, this song is perhaps the only one that doesn't sound like typical Lifehouse. Despite an overall lack of ingenuity and experimentation, "Who We Are" delivers all the great elements that have placed Lifehouse on the top!
-Xavier P. for RadioIndy.com