Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Review of the Fleetwood Mac CD Heroes Are Hard To Find

Fleetwood Macintosh released their most recent cadmium entitled Heroes Are Hard To Find.

Fleetwood Macintosh have got been a heavy batters in the Rock genre for quite a piece now and Heroes Are Hard To Find is an first-class illustration as to why.

Heroes Are Hard To Find is a pleasantly varied, premix of 11 paths that are very well written and brilliantly performed songs by these clearly talented musicians. With many of the songs displaying a batch of the sort emotion that brands for a really great listen. Seemingly drawing from what I can only conceive of are their ain personal experiences. At different points touching on the most existent emotions of love, heartbreak, pain, failed human relationships and unachievable romance. They're all here.

Listen to Heroes Are Hard To Find and I believe you'll happen there's not much to dis-like astir it. The songs are inspired, the production is simply outstanding, and this is clearly the work of a grouping of instrumentalists in top form. So much so that if you're level mildly into Rock music you'll bask this CD.

While the full cadmium is outstanding the truly standout melodies are path 2 - Coming Home, path 9 - Prove Your Love, and path 11 - Safe Horbour.

My Bonus Pick, and the 1 that got Sensitive [...as in "Stuck On REpeat"] is path 1 - Heroes Are Hard To Find. Outstanding!

Heroes Are Hard To Find Release Notes:

Fleetwood Macintosh originally released Heroes Are Hard To Find on October 25, 1990 on the Reprise label.

CD Path List Follows:

1. Heroes Are Hard To Find 2. Coming Home 3. Angel 4. Bermudas Triangle 5. Come A Little Spot Closer 6. She's Changing Me 7. Bad Loser 8. Silver Heels 9. Prove Your Love 10. Max Born Enchanter 11. Safe Horbour

Fleetwood Mac: British Shilling Welch (vocals, guitar, vibraphone); Christine McVie (vocals, keyboards, Jean Arp twine synthesizer); Toilet McVie (bass); Paddy Fleetwood (drums, percussion). Additional personnel: Pete Kleinow (pedal steel guitar). Recorded at Angel City Sound, Los Angeles, Golden State in July 1974.

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