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MYSTERY (Is Here To Rock) - 2013 (2013)
ojotigreFecha: Domingo, 2013-07-28, 2:11 PM | Mensaje # 1
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MYSTERY (Is Here To Rock) - 2013 (2013)



Whoever said the American Dream was not possible in Australia? MYSTERY, the Melbourne young hard rock band, represents every teenager's dream
come true. They have a fresh album, "2013", to be released world wide,
toured Japan as main act with sold-out venues, in the US shared stages
with their idols Dokken, Ratt, Guns 'N Roses and recently finished
European shows supporting Iron Maiden and legends Sweet.


"2013" is a revival of '80s Sunset Strip when acts like Quiet Riot, Twisted Sister, Motley Crue, Dokken and WASP where the big deal, and indeed Mystery aims to sound like them, musically and stylistically.
Think Steel Panther with a lesser gritty attitude, marketed to a young,
very young adolescent audience. Sure, Mystery is a product, where image,
looks and easy to remember songs are being carefully thought to sell
lots of records and tickets.
And works, as these young dudes can play a tune.





Helped by guitarist and producer Stu Marshall (Empires Of Eden, Dungeon) behind the mixing board and producing with a crisp delivery, "2013" is plenty of sing-along pop
metal / hair metal songs inspired by the eighties, full of clichés,
yes, but ridiculously catchy.
Anthems like "Raise Your Fist", "Test Of Time" or "Rock ‘n Roll Forever
Be" sport titles which says it all, pumped by arena ready choruses and
separated instrumentation. But some tracks show more roughness, hard
rockin' edge such as "On Fire", "Freedom", and the rapid "Lost In Time".
"Nonstop To Nowhere" is the ballad and surprisingly, not cheesy at all, akin for a White Lion / Icon vibe,
whilst "Lost In Time" (great riff) goes for American melodic hard with a
bouncy background.
And for the end, we have two covers. One is DIO's "Stand Up And Shout",
and maybe it will raise some controversy... the other is "(Land) Down
Under" obviously a homage to their beloved country. This cover of
Aussie's Men At Work is reworked in a hard rock pattern where the guitar solos and the 'gang style' backing vocals are cool but somehow liquify the melody of the song.


Mystery, subtitled 'Is Here To Rock', works as a rock 'n roll ode to the glory days of hair metal transported into the new millennium with the intention to
conquer a young audience. Their debut "2013" is a really well crafted
product focused on anthemic songs and catchy choruses.
But while the marketing target is the pre-teen / teen niche - I've seen pics of 13-year old kids shouting
at one of the band shows - every gray hair or bald-headed fan of this
genre will enjoy "2013". Simply because the guitar licks, the cowbell, the gang choruses are the same effectively used 25 years ago, and more professional than you expect.
Someone said cliché? Who cares? I love and support this type of products, because instead of a girl/boy band, this kind of rocking outfits will bring new faithful young listeners to the Melodic Hard Rock field.
Very well done, fun and recommended for young people between 12 and 99 years.

01. 2013: A New Dawn
02. Raise Your Fist
03. Freedom
04. Nonstop To Nowhere
05. Test Of Time
06. On Fire
07. Rock ‘n Roll Forever Be
08. Lost In Time
09. Stand Up And Shout (DIO cover)
10. (Land) Down Under (MEN AT WORK cover)

Rocky Ravic – Lead Vocals, Guitars
Kris Iaccino – Guitars, Backing Vocals
Josh Scarpaci – Bass, Backing Vocals
Tony Mlikota – Drums, Backing Vocals

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unica723Fecha: Lunes, 2013-07-29, 10:15 AM | Mensaje # 2
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tigre ,,,,te voy a tener que dar una colleja...que se te olvida ocultar el enlace...te lo he ocultado yo

y las imagenes...
no te lo he dicho otras veces, pero ya sabes....más pekeñas, que sinó es un coñazo leer el post .....

una colleja y un tirón de orejas tongue


 
ojotigreFecha: Lunes, 2013-07-29, 10:21 AM | Mensaje # 3
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Perdón, son cosas de la edad, bueno estaré mas atento y las orejas dejamelas como estan que ya las tengo muy grandes....... prof

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unica723Fecha: Lunes, 2013-07-29, 10:27 AM | Mensaje # 4
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pues venga, ni la edad ni ostias biggrin

te toca arreglar las imagenes ....esto de castigo ...usa el paint ó de cara contra la pared


 
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