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Troubled Horse - Step Inside

Troubled Horse
Step Inside
by Cameron Ervin at 10 December 2012, 4:20 PM

From the first note of “Step Inside”you can tell that this is in no way a Metal album. It sounds like a mix of LED ZEPPELIN and Johnny Cash. It has that old sounding production style which gives it a different feel than anything else I’ve heard this year. This countrified Rock album really isn’t my cup of tea but it was decent effort none the less. The occasional Ted Nugget like soloing is enjoyable but nothing really stands out on this album for me. The tracks all sound similar and it doesn’t keep my attention. The vocalist tends to get on my nerves after a few tracks. All though this is not a great album for me the musicians do possess a great deal of talent, this album just didn’t do it for me. Like I said this type of music isn’t for me but if you enjoy this genre by all means check it out. I can recommend “Shirleen”and “Another Man’s Name” as the best off this record.

1 Star Rating

1. Tainted Water
2. Bring My Horses Home
3. Sleep in Your Head
4. Another Man’s Name
5. All Your Fears
6. One Step Closer to My Grave
7. Shirleen
8. As You Sow
9. Don’t Lie
10. I’ve Been Losing
Martin Heppich– Guitar / Vocals
Jens Henriksson– Drums / Percussion
Ola Henriksson– Bass / Back-up vocals
John Hoyles– Guitar / Back-up vocals
Record Label: Rise Above Records / Metal Blade Records


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