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The Borderline, London 10th July 2003

A three band bill in a near full Borderline, not bad for a hot Thursday night in London! First up were Undesided, who had some neat guitar (vaguely Stones like in parts) and a solid rhythm section, but they lacked a strong vocalist. Not bad but hardly a band I’d want to see again!

Not true of the next band, Candyheads, who are solid wall of melodic riffs and vocals. Plus they played my favourite song of the new album, the Pixies-like ‘Open’. Very energetic in a live environment and the only downer was that the vocals were a bit low in the mix. Ted Chau has a strong voice that carries the music well and I heartily recommend you go and see the band live.

Hurricane Party, so I was reliably informed by my new friend Paul (who came to see the gig after reading a review on Get Ready To Rock!) had just supported Queensryche on their only UK date back in June. A young five piece, with more curly blond hair on stage than a Whitesnake gig! A lot of the audience had come to see this band, who had hints of Zeppelin but for me the nearest sounding band would be US rockers Broken Teeth. Plenty of guitar and a vocalist with the stage moves (albeit slightly limited on the tiny Borderline stage!). Top song had to be ‘Superstar’ with its chunky riffing. A band I will be checking out more about.

Text © 2003 Jason Ritchie

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