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Go Radio - Close The Distance

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Reviewer :
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Release date: 2012-09-18 Year: 2012
Label: Fearless Records
Genre: Unknown genre
Producer: James Paul Wisner
Artist discography



Review

Go Radio formed in April 2007 after Jason Lancaster left Mayday Parade. Together with Matt 'Burns' Poulos, as well as Steven Kopacz and Patrick Hosey of the Florida band Don't Die Cindy, Lancaster started Go Radio. In 2011 the band released the album "Lucky Street" and gained some minor success on the american chart and the band went on constant touring until lastspring when they went into the studio and recorded this album. It's a good album with a lot of great melodies and a nice solid production signed James Wisner. Musically we're in the typical mainstream modern rock with a twist of a more bombastic edge with vocalist Jason Lancasters piano and some nice arranged strings. Imagine a mix between Tonic, Dishwalla, The Maine, Mayday Parade and The All American Rejects. Nothing revolutionary. Nothing new. But still really well done and well worth a check out.

Tracklisting 1. I Won't Lie
2. Baltimore
3. Collide
4. Go To Hell
5. Lost & Found
6. Close The Distance
7. What If You Don't
8. Things I Don't See
9. The Ending
10. Over Me
11. Hear Me Out


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