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Alana Grace - Break The Silence

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2007
Label: Columbia Records
Genre: Modern Rock
Producer: Don Gilmore,John Fields
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Whenever you see names like Don Gilmore and John Fields involved in the production you know the result will be nothing but impressive and that´s the case with 20 year old female bomb Alana Grace.
She´s an American actress and singer who is best known for her song "Black Roses Red" on the soundtrack of the movie "Sisterhood of the traveling pants".

Those who remember the unreleased Aimee Allen record from 2003 that also Don Gilmore produced knows what to expect because "Break the silence" is just as good, in fact - this is one of the best female fronted modern rock albums I´ve heard lately.

It´s good to see that Sony still have people that signs amazingly talented artists like Alana Grace these days, the killer chorus on "Paranoid" (no it´s not the Black Sabbath song) belongs on every mixtape on earth while "The tunnel" is the mother of all powerballads this side of the century!
And Amy Lee of Evanescence can only dream of writing a monster track like "Where are you now" and then we have "Sanctuary".....goddamn what a song.



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