The group toured intensively recording this album along
the way, but in the times of grunge reign this kind of melodic hard
rock, fashionable half a decade earlier, didn't find a listener, yet
now, in expanded form, it proudly stands its ground.
(Robin) George and (Nick) Tart turn in pretty solid
There are tracks equalling the best of Red Hot Chilli
Peppers...or Alice Cooper...This is an album without fillers.
This is a diverse album that reminded me in parts of Tom
Petty, Bryan Adams or Bad Company...
The anticipated quality is there from the
start...Thankfully Angel Air has once again given an otherwise lost
album an outlet...
Listening to this now it is clear that Robin's hard
edged, yet commercial approach, for Life deserved much better.
Fortunately Angel Air has embarked on a series of timely Robin George
re-releases, re-mastered, as in this case, by Robin himself.
...brimful of sharp hooks...every track here is
accessible, immediate and capable of fulfilling the dreams of the most
exacting melodic rock fan.