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Last Temptation - Better late than never
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Last Temptation - Better late than never

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Reviewer :
Juha Harjula Format: Album
Release date: 2009-09-29 Year: 2009
Label: Independent
Genre: Hard Rock
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Are you into bands like Hurricane, Rox Diamond, Y&T, Danger Danger and Big Bad Wolf? then Last Temptation will please your needs. Yes this is a sensational album that’s filled with huge arena AOR/Melodic Hardrock songs in the best style. This album was recorded back in 1989 and is now re-released. Behind this brilliant band you will find singer Frank Vestry. Yes it’s the same man that released one of last years biggest surprises together with Danger Danger guitarist Rob Marcello called Marcello/Vestry. Together with the superb guitarist Arnie Miot Frank, they have written this album and they have come up with fantastic songs. As I said the songs sound huge with big hooklines with wonderful melodies and with catchy choruses. Frank sings outstanding with a Kelly Hansen (Hurricane, Foreigner) feel over his voice and they have managed to come up with awesome harmony vocals and the background vocals are stunning. They open up the album with the best song of the album called Break It. This is a stunning rocker with fantastic hooks and the chorus is a winner with great keyboards in the background. Catch Me Now I’m Falling is a wonderful ballad that could have been huge back in the late 80s. This is a song with brilliant melodies and with an awesome chorus with great harmonies. Without Love is a hook laden rocker in the same style as Y&T meets Rox Diamond with strong riffs. Emotions bring House Of Lords to mind, great song. There are no fillers on this album and if you want your music to sound like it did in 1989 then Last Temptation will give you that. So don’t miss this fantastic album.



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