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Tyketto - Dig It Deep

Tyketto
Dig It Deep
by YngwieViking at 30 April 2012, 9:14 PM

After some false start, factious “last ever” farewell tour(s), invalid reunion and erroneous declarations… Finally I hold the new album by TYKETTO with the four original members playing on it! I still remember perfectly that day, when in a famous Metal club in Madrid / Spain, I saw for the first time the video for “Forever Young” I was instantly hooked by this riff and right away by the Danny Vaughn’s voice, a soulful voice and quite irregular & so particular which is the signature for TYKETTO and imho still a winning ace in their game. I was a strong supporter of the band in the early 90s when they were touring all-over Europe and I still also consider their 2nd “Strength In Numbers” as a very fine album!

Since then, I was longing for this album for so many years that I have to think twice before writing about this CD, because let’s face it’s… It’s an immense disappointment to me… Nevertheless it’s not a bad album at all! In fact it sounds more like VAUGHN’s solo releases than anything else… Being a Hair-Metal reunited band it’s not easy today, the expectations are opposite and contrary, I wished for “'Don't Come Easy part 2012” as some others could ask for a more updated sound… Well stylistically it’s a mix of both… The main problem finally it’s in the songwriting department… No huge tracks here on the other hand some well written stuff but no anthem no hit-single at the end of the day not an essential release

3 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. Faithless
2. Love To Love
3. Here’s Hoping It Hurts
4. Battle Lines
5. The Fight Left In Me
6. Evaporate
7. Monday
8. Dig In Deep
9. Sound Off
10. Let This One Slide
11. This Is How We Say Goodbye
Lineup:
Danny Vaughn - Lead Vocals
Brooke St. James - Lead Guitar
Jimi Kennedy -Bass
Michael Clayton - Drums
Record Label: Frontiers Records
     


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