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The Swiss female fronted hard rock band Allison presents it's 3rd full-length album "They Never Come Back", which was recorded after a hiatus of 20 years with a new line-up. The band is still a steam train of a band, and every song is confined by the particular rails it is on, but nothing is going to stop it once it's in motion. Whereas the band's releases back in the 90's were often tending to follow the short-term trend trying to serve radio mainstream with trivial rock ballads, the songwriting on the latest album is pretty much straight-forward without making any compromises. Allison's new songs got a bit harder but are still leaving headroom for influences of e. g. , blues or country. So this is how Allison feel today, recollecting their roots, guitar-driven rock 'n' roll spiced up with rare keyboards/Hammond, and still focusing on strong melodies and uniqueness. Since the entire album was written and produced "first come, first served" by the band itself, there was only a minimum pre-production. According to the band's experience, chances are that overdoing this process is quite often resulting in killing the song's original spirit. "They Never Come Back" was recorded by Tommy Vetterli (Eluveitie, Cellar Darling, Kreator) and Claudio Cueni (Beware Of Darkness, The Temptations, Boyz II Men) at New Sound Studio, Switzerland. The latter was also responsible for mixing and mastering at Candyhouse East Studio.
The Swiss female fronted hard rock band Allison presents it's 3rd full-length album "They Never Come Back", which was recorded after a hiatus of 20 years with a new line-up. The band is still a steam train of a band, and every song is confined by the particular rails it is on, but nothing is going to stop it once it's in motion. Whereas the band's releases back in the 90's were often tending to follow the short-term trend trying to serve radio mainstream with trivial rock ballads, the songwriting on the latest album is pretty much straight-forward without making any compromises. Allison's new songs got a bit harder but are still leaving headroom for influences of e. g. , blues or country. So this is how Allison feel today, recollecting their roots, guitar-driven rock 'n' roll spiced up with rare keyboards/Hammond, and still focusing on strong melodies and uniqueness. Since the entire album was written and produced "first come, first served" by the band itself, there was only a minimum pre-production. According to the band's experience, chances are that overdoing this process is quite often resulting in killing the song's original spirit. "They Never Come Back" was recorded by Tommy Vetterli (Eluveitie, Cellar Darling, Kreator) and Claudio Cueni (Beware Of Darkness, The Temptations, Boyz II Men) at New Sound Studio, Switzerland. The latter was also responsible for mixing and mastering at Candyhouse East Studio.
4028466912398

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Format: CD
Label: MASSACRE
Rel. Date: 03/25/2022
UPC: 4028466912398

They Never Come Back
Artist: Allison
Format: CD
New: Available $17.98
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DISC: 1

1. The River
2. Edge of Golden Days
3. Crank It Up
4. Hang Tough
5. Beautiful World
6. Merry-Go-Round
7. Blackbird
8. Rock High
9. Can You Hear Me
10. Open Water

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The Swiss female fronted hard rock band Allison presents it's 3rd full-length album "They Never Come Back", which was recorded after a hiatus of 20 years with a new line-up. The band is still a steam train of a band, and every song is confined by the particular rails it is on, but nothing is going to stop it once it's in motion. Whereas the band's releases back in the 90's were often tending to follow the short-term trend trying to serve radio mainstream with trivial rock ballads, the songwriting on the latest album is pretty much straight-forward without making any compromises. Allison's new songs got a bit harder but are still leaving headroom for influences of e. g. , blues or country. So this is how Allison feel today, recollecting their roots, guitar-driven rock 'n' roll spiced up with rare keyboards/Hammond, and still focusing on strong melodies and uniqueness. Since the entire album was written and produced "first come, first served" by the band itself, there was only a minimum pre-production. According to the band's experience, chances are that overdoing this process is quite often resulting in killing the song's original spirit. "They Never Come Back" was recorded by Tommy Vetterli (Eluveitie, Cellar Darling, Kreator) and Claudio Cueni (Beware Of Darkness, The Temptations, Boyz II Men) at New Sound Studio, Switzerland. The latter was also responsible for mixing and mastering at Candyhouse East Studio.
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