|Theory of a Deadman
'Gasoline' CD Review
Release Date: 03/29/05
On: Roadrunner Records
I would like to start my overall review stating that the woman who inspired these songs must be quite a cold person leaving behind a trail of painful lyrics. I thank her whoever she is because without that inspiration this unbelievable grunge rock album may not exist for the rest of us to feel the pouring emotions in the following tracks.
Hating Hollywood - This is just a fun catchy tune that most anyone could connect.
No Way Out - Awesome guitar with emotional lyrics combined with a rock beat.
No Surprise - This track tells a story most all men could relate to in their life.
Quiver - The drum beats are going to make you start bouncing your head.
Santa Monica - EMO LOVERS UNITE with this tune…
Better Off - The chorus is going to get you along with great vocal range.
Say Goodbye - Ballad SCORE 10 ! That says it all !
Hello Lonely - Heartfelt lyrics with powerful soft rock.
Me & My Girl - Lead and backing vocals nail this sad song. My favorite on the CD.
Since You've Been Gone - Again, I have to bring up the vocals in this track. I am
so connecting with the flow and tightness of this song.
Hell Just Ain't The Same - OK…This song is just FUN. The title says it all.
Save The Best For Last - Time to get out of your chairs and dance to this tune.
In The Middle - End of CD wind down song best describes this collaboration.
Theory of a Deadman is:
Tyler Connolly - vocals/guitar
Dean Back - bass
David Brenner - guitar
Theory of a Deadman is from Vancouver, British Columbia and tour on a regular basis. Their latest album "Gasoline" is available for purchase at the usual outlets.
You can also sample their music at : Theoryofadeadman.com or at the Roadrunner Records and at the Theory of a Deadman page at Myspace.com.
CD Review by Kim Fobert - Copyright © 2005 Florida Entertainment Scene - All Rights Reserved.