Sunday, May 22, 2011


"I found this surprisingly good, considering it's relatively late release date in Burdon's career. By this time, most artists of his calibre were attempting to cash in on former glory, and maybe he was too. But the results on this album stand up. On tap are many covers, primarily of earlier Animals' cuts, that receive updates with a somewhat harder edge, and featuring good guitar. My only complaint is the typically high production of it's vintage, which yields a decidedly commercial sound overall. But their mat'l withstands, and the record is enjoyable. Grades - 1 B+, 2 B's, and 4 B-'s, quite consistent." timeshifter

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