Alter Bridge
One Day Remains


5.0
classic

Review

by waltb87 USER (1 Reviews)
June 16th, 2006 | 0 replies


Release Date: 2004 | Tracklist


The album overall was excellent, especially the first six songs. The first six songs give you a general idea of how much talent is in each person of the band. Every review has mentioned something about Creed, and im going to do the same thing. This band has small ties to Creed, and i am not ashamed to admit that. But if you listened to the three Creed CDs you could hear Mark Tremonti progress into a better guitar player in each album, also the same with Brian Marshall and Scott Phillips with bass and drums. Once they all formed into a band again, and now adding Myles Kennedy, something just all of a sudden clicked and every element of the band compliments another. This all shows in this album, with the first six songs being their strongest songs. Track 7 through 10, shows a little bit of a different side, a kind of mellow-er side at some parts which shows the versatility of this band. The final track, "The End Is Here," the album ends on a very, very, very strong, heavy song that may lead you to listening to the album again. This album is full of brilliant Mark Tremonti solos and licks, full of amazing drumming from Scott Phillips, amazing bass playing from Brian Marshall, and every part of this is complimented by a new voice, Myles Kennedy, and with his unique voice, everything pieces together very easily. I definitely recommend buying this CD. I bought it the first day it came out, and i am glad i did. This should definitely be a part of your music collection.


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