This album starts off with
the song "Shame on Love", and I'm a bit surprised because this song
sounds like a combination between rock and swing, and I don't really know if
it works with this kind of dance friendly rock 'n' roll. Next song, "Ain't
Got Nuthin Better" partly sounds like some kind of modern Whitesnake. "Heaven
knows" I must say, must be one of the more interesting ballads I've heard
for a while and it's also a great song with nice a nice guitar solo. But the
absolute best song on this album is "Walls", it has a good tempo,
and the ending of the song is perfectly amazing.
The album has a few too many ballads, but it ends with "Pimp Up Your Life", bringing everything back up to speed.
by Johanna Salo
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