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TWO OF A KIND Frontiers (2007)

This band feature Dutch melodic rockers Terra Nova with the addition of two female vocalists, Esther Bronus and Anita Craenemhr.

Like Terra Nova, the keyboards of Ron Hendrix take a big role in the overall sound with guitar solos kept short and sweet. There are some cracking catchy hard rockers such as 'Light In The Dark' and 'Little By Little', both could garner airplay if given the chance.

Meanwhile Heart fans will do a double-take when they hear 'Give Me A Reason' as it sounds just like a Heart tune from their 80's heyday.

The only problem with the album is midway through you get three slower numbers which really stops the album in its tracks after five great rockers preceding them. Only 'In Your Arms' hits the spot as this band excel more at the rock tunes and 'Whole Again' soon gets the album back on track. Fast pace with some wonderful guitar and keyboard interplay.

Fans of Heart and female fronted melodic rock will love this album, as will fans of Terra Nova and anyone who likes a catchy tune! Ballads aside the band really knows how to pen memorable tunes.


Review by Jason Ritchie

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***** 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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