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THE MOB Frontiers Frontiers (2005)

Another in the long line of ‘supergroups’… The Mob has a line-up that features Doug Pinnick (King’s X), Reb Beach (Winger/Whitesnake), Timothy Drury (The Eagles/Whitesnake) and Kelly Keagy (Night Ranger). Handling production and also bass/backing vocals is Kip Winger.

Considering Kip Winger is involved he doesn’t sing lead vocals on any track instead its King’s X’s Doug Pinnick who sings all the vocals bar one Kelly Keagy lead vocal spot.

Opener ‘One Track Mind’ gets thisng off to a fine start – a classic King’s X vibe and some pile driving riffs. ‘The Magic’ is a great ballad and naturally Kelly Keagy pulls this one off with aplomb. Elsewhere though the music tends to be enjoyable but nothing out of this world as I was expecting given the musicians involved. The overall sound is very much of the classic era of King’s X especially tracks like ‘Wait’ and ‘No Reason Why’.

Not a bad album but I was expecting something more and a same Kelly Keagy only gets one vocal spot and why no Kip Winger lead vocals? Hope they do a second album as it will be interesting to see how they progress.


Review by Jason Ritchie

***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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