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Found this positive review from Paste Magazine-
https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2...eview.html
Another positive review, this time from American Songwriter- https://americansongwriter.com/2017/06/c...l-alright/
(06-12-2017, 11:59 AM)curiouser Wrote: [ -> ]Another positive review, this time from American Songwriter- https://americansongwriter.com/2017/06/c...l-alright/

First review I've read that nails it start to finish.
(06-12-2017, 04:01 PM)Darran Wrote: [ -> ]http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/entert...er-desktop

I'm liking these reviews! Can't wait for the full album release!
anyone know if the deluxe cd with bonus tracks will be available at the local stores or just pledge music?
(06-12-2017, 05:13 PM)FRED GARVINS WIFE Wrote: [ -> ]anyone know if the deluxe cd with bonus tracks will be available at the local stores or just pledge music?

I'm getting excited too after reading such positive reviews.   I'm not clear from Amazon if the CD version is the expanded version or not.  It looks pretty much that the download is all the songs.   I just like CD's... old school...  :Smile  Guess I'll look at Pledge to be safe.
If you guys hate this CD, there is no hope for you...this is a work of art...the first four songs are like a Roy Jones Jr, in his prime, barrage of punches. Even though I hate the grammys, this, could, with a good push from Big Machine, end up with a nomination or two...destroys any of their
peers, old and new. Hard to believe these guys are in their mid to late sixties and putting this caliber of music out...Floating Down, yeah, Radio Lover and especially Brand New Name On an Old Tattoo...hold on tight...lets hear it for the 97 demos, 20 years later and still top notch...what an incredible batch of demos those are
(06-13-2017, 07:39 PM)kevintonight Wrote: [ -> ]If you guys hate this CD, there is no hope for you...this is a work of art...the first four songs are like a Roy Jones Jr, in his prime, barrage of punches.  Even though  I hate the grammys, this, could, with a good push from Big Machine, end up with a nomination or two...destroys any of their
peers, old and new.  Hard to believe these guys are in their mid to late sixties and putting this caliber of music out...Floating Down, yeah, Radio Lover and especially Brand New Name On an Old Tattoo...hold on tight...lets hear it for the 97 demos, 20 years later and still top notch...what an incredible batch of demos those are

Beautiful.   Heart
(06-14-2017, 05:03 AM)Darran Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-13-2017, 07:39 PM)kevintonight Wrote: [ -> ]If you guys hate this CD, there is no hope for you...this is a work of art...the first four songs are like a Roy Jones Jr, in his prime, barrage of punches.  Even though  I hate the grammys, this, could, with a good push from Big Machine, end up with a nomination or two...destroys any of their
peers, old and new.  Hard to believe these guys are in their mid to late sixties and putting this caliber of music out...Floating Down, yeah, Radio Lover and especially Brand New Name On an Old Tattoo...hold on tight...lets hear it for the 97 demos, 20 years later and still top notch...what an incredible batch of demos those are

Beautiful.   Heart

DItto
(06-12-2017, 05:13 PM)FRED GARVINS WIFE Wrote: [ -> ]anyone know if the deluxe cd with bonus tracks will be available at the local stores or just pledge music?

You can get the deluxe version on Amazon.
The 13 song edition should've been the standard version. There shouldn't of been a 'deluxe' version.
(06-14-2017, 11:35 AM)clockstrikesten Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-12-2017, 05:13 PM)FRED GARVINS WIFE Wrote: [ -> ]anyone know if the deluxe cd with bonus tracks will be available at the local stores or just pledge music?

You can get the deluxe version on Amazon.
I think that is the only version offered on Amazon. I ordered it there, it already shipped, and says deluxe edition.
No one, repeat, no one can come close to this band. There are not enough superlatives for Robin. Without fear of contradiction he is far and away the best rock vocalist of any generation and still belts it out every night. Amazing.
(06-14-2017, 01:00 PM)dextershrill Wrote: [ -> ]No one, repeat, no one can come close to this band. There are not enough superlatives for Robin. Without fear of contradiction he is far and away the best rock vocalist of any generation and still belts it out every night. Amazing.

Beautiful.    Heart
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