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Great White - Rising (2009)

30-04-2015, 07:22
Music | Rock | Metal | FLAC / APE

Great White - Rising (2009)

Artist: Great White
Title Of Album: Rising
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Shrapnel
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 59:11 Min
Total Size: 147 Mb | 436 Mb (covers)


01. Situation
02. All Or Nothin'
03. I Don't Mind
04. Shine
05. Loveless
06. Is It Enough
07. Last Chance
08. Danger Zone
09. Down On The Level
10. Only You Can Do
11. My Sanctuary
12. Let's Spend The Night Together (european bonus)

Multi-Platinum rock band Great White, celebrated the 25th anniversary of the band s inception with the release of Back To The Rhythm in 2006. The band s new record RISING, is a no holds barred, all original LP that is among their strongest releases to date. The bands new CD is their second studio recording in 10 years and features 11 brilliant new compositions
penned by the band

Over the years, it seems as if Great White has specialized primarily in two styles -- Led Zeppelin knock-offs and melodic metal in the '80s mold. Surprisingly, on the group's eleventh studio effort, 2009's Rising, neither of the aforementioned styles are truly showcased. Instead, the group -- which includes four-fifths of their lineup from their '80s heyday -- focuses on material that never manages to rock like their earlier albums. Which is odd, because love 'em or hate 'em, most would agree that Great White was at the very least always a loud rock band. Instead what you get are songs that can be categorized as blues-based ("Down on the Level," "My Sanctuary"), acoustic ballads ("Last Chance," "Only You Can Do"), or restrained rockers that never manage to truly take flight ("I Don't Mind," "Is It Enough"). At a few spots, unmistakable '80s sounds do rear their head ("Loveless," "Danger Zone"), but it doesn't prevent Rising from sounding like a surprisingly flat album from Great White.

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