Re: More Brotherhood Lynch Mob...
Date: September 30, 2017 03:07PM
Brotherhood is a grower. It's got some immense groove and riff laden tracks. Some great classic hard rock. Yes, it's a continuation of Rebel, but IMO a little more varied. There's some Hendrix ish stuff, Pink Floyd inspired vibes, Dio/Sanbs and Lynch Mob.
I just played it over and over, and the album as a whole clicked. It's my favourite since the first 2 LM records
To me..it's 2017 not 1991, and Lynch and ONI have recently said that whilst they love Wicked, it was a different time and place, they had unlimited resources and money and created a classic of / for that time, but they aren't chasing it today as they are not in the same place or the same people. It's a great record (Brotherhood). I think if people are hankering for the 80s LA Rock thing, there's plenty of "forced"
"Contractually dictating" records that fit the bill from Frontiers (and let's be fair, most are throwaway or they come across as having zero Passion in delivery).
Lynch is about to serve up some 80s tinged songs (with some contemporary elements) with Sweet/Lynch, so perhaps that'll please those that can't deal with Lynch Mob 2017
(Oh..and whoever said Brotherhood was like Smoke This part II...was talking complete shite)