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Tesla - Simplicity

by Aaron "Five Magics" Price at 04 July 2014, 2:42 PM

80s Hard Rock band TESLA are back with a vengeance, simply because the world is too much for them to handle with all their digital downloads and online stuff. "Simplicity" is their follow up to their 2011 acoustic album, and some of it sounds like they haven't quite let go of the fact that they're not playing acoustic and they're not in the 80s anymore.

The album itself is an hour long and whether or not you can sit through the hour is based on what you like. The opening track "M P 3" is a good old Rock and Roll song, but the lyrics are solely about how everything is too complicated being digital and online. "So Divine…" being the breakout single from this album is not so special of a song, it's just one of those want to be 80s songs that don't make it in the 80s.

TELSA have released "Simplicity"  through Frontier Records. If you're looking for an old school 80s album that you haven't heard, this is the one. If you're not looking for an 80s album maybe you should think about skipping over it and acting like it never happened.

2 Star Rating

1. M P 3
2. Ricochet
3. Rise and Fall
4. So Divine…
5. Cross My Heart
6. Honestly
7. Flip Side
8. Other Than Me
9. Break of Dawn
10. Burnout to Fade
11. Life is a River
12. Sympathy
13. Time Bomb
14. 'Til That Day
Jeff Keith - Vocals
Frank Hannon - Guitars
Dave Rude - Guitars
Brian Wheat - Bass
Troy Luccketta - Drums
Record Label: Frontiers Records


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