Bros Grimm: Good times

Year1988
Label/DistributionCPR
FormatLP
Musical styleHard Rock
Additional info-
Rarity grading
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3 out of 6 - Extremely rare!

Review

This one is much more rare than the debut "Numbers". Again on a small independent label they didn't change their style known from the previous album too much. As a sign of the times they surely got heavier and some songs are pure Metal, but basically the pounding Hard Rock is dominating "Good times" combined with some R'n'R just like on the debut, reminding me alot to Australia's Fair Warning. Once again Joe Grimm did a fantastic job behind the micro and his brother Bob fired some ear burning guitar salves into the crowd. He's refined his guitar playing alot, the solos are quite emotional and straight to the point. "Go for what you know" and "Little more" are undoubtly the most heaviest and remarkable tracks mainly representing the entire Bros Grimm's style on "Good times".

Tracks
Good times
Love me back
So bad
Let's get wild
Take a chance
Last time
Real love
There ya go
Go for what you know
Little more

Created / updated: 2011-01-17
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