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Strange Karma: Cold Blooded

Strange Karma are from the Antipodes and Cold Blooded is only available on vinyl although for reviewing purposes streaming was employed. In somewhat atypical move from a band geographically stranded there is a melting pot of influences at play on the album. Led Zeppelin are a clear one, I hear Ian Astbury from the Cult in some of the intonation not something that I generally dig but it's tolerable here.

"Devil from the Moon" is the key tune here in a different life there may have been some airplay. Not in 2017 alas. Strange Karma have a pleasing knack for fist-pumping, anthemic classic rock such as the title track which sits snuggly on side two and sews together a solid side before the closer "Dreams" where all the stops are pulled out and roundly trounced it would certainly have me replacing the needle over and over on side two but I shall settle on pressing the back button on my music playing device.

Track Listing:
Side A:
1) Freedom
2) Devil from the Moon
3) Crying for Your Love
4) Realize
5) I Believe (London Town)
Side B:
1) Heartbeat
2) Should've Seen It Coming
3) Cold Blooded
4) Hey Man
5) Dreams

Added: May 18th 2017
Reviewer: Simon Bray
Related Link: Band Website
Hits: 1139
Language: english

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