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Airbourne - Black Dog Barking

Black Dog Barking
by Eldad "Blacknasa" Stainbook at 09 May 2013, 11:40 AM

I remember in a song by CLUTCH, a band that I am a big fan of, the saying “there are many copies around but I’m the original”. So if you are familiar with AIRBOURNE they have been referred to as a copy of AC/DC. Nonetheless, they are a good copy. On the other hand, I don’t want to refer to them as copy cats I would like to acknowledge them as a Hard Rock band that have some resemblance to others but mainly to AC/DC.

This is the third album by AIRBOURNE, after their first album, “Runnin' Wild” that took the world of Hard Rock / Metal by storm, I thought it to be a great, then came “No Guts, No Glory” that I thought less of it good then the debut even though it got a better commercial success.

AIRBOURNE is easily understood, fast riffing, cool vocals and catchy rhythms (did somebody say AC/DC again?), there is nothing new on this album, its pure Hard Rock and Metal, what I refer to as Happy Metal.

Don’t miss “Cradle To The Grave" and the album's title "Black Dog Barking". All in all, this is a good album to have, a striking listener, however it will not change history.

4 Star Rating

1. Ready to Rock
2. Animalize
3. No One Fits Me (Better Than You)
4. Back in the Game
5. Firepower
6. Live It Up
7. Woman Like That
8. Hungry
9. Cradle to the Grave
10.Black Dog Barking
Joel O'Keeffe – Lead Vocals / Lead Guitar
David Roads – Rhythm Guitar / Backing Vocals
Justin Street – Bass / Backing Vocals
Ryan O'Keeffe – Drums
Record Label: Roadrunner Records


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