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Unruly Child: Our Glass House

Elegantly fronted by the efficient ex-King Kobra vocalist Marcie Free, Los Angeles’ Hard Rock/AOR ensemble Unruly Child usher their way forth with a contemporary opus suited with an intelligent profile distributing an elevating formation of the Pre-Christmas release of Our Glass House; brilliantly executing a fine portfolio of simplistic but effective Hard Rock and a sweet benefaction of smooth-sounding Adult-Oriented Rock to keep listeners potently interested.

Only one whole year since the group’s last appealingly-compelling delivery, the California freedom fighters make another quick dash to a homecoming with a decoratively expressive record of mostly straight forward but a display of classy Hard Rock anthemic instalments with an embracing essence of growth and a mighty fine fulfilment as seen through the magnificently groove-ridden experience of the extravagant prodigy ‘Everyone loves You When You’re Dead’ and the superlative first-rate opener of the venomous plantation number ‘Poison Ivy’; significantly indicating the quality range of dexterity from guitarist Bruce Gowdy, bassist Larry Antonio, drummer Jay Schellen, the Keys maestro Guy Allison and of course the admirably-gifted vocally articulations from Lee.

Evidently through various aspects of Unruly Child’s material from this energetically driven offering, you can fundamentally hear the expansive level of experience dwelling deep inside the charismatic distribution through the track-by-track passages that reveal the U.S hard-hitting assembly have been distinctly going strong since around 1991 as manifested through the construction of the magnificent inductions from the release’s aspiring second single soaker ‘Underwater’ and the exceptionally captivating radio friendly attractiveness of ‘Freedom is the Fight’ ; shrewdly transporting Hard Rock passages right into the melodiously combusted wavelengths of the Album-Orientated enchantment Melodically rooted Rock.

Besides all the sprinkles of the hardened seasoning smothering an illustrious catalogue of mellifluously arranged Rock, there are some tremendously well-written characteristics planted inside these compositions in these establishments with the progressively resonating oracle of the remarkable spectacle of ‘Glass House’ and the Country tasting warm-welcoming presentation of ‘Talked You Out of Lovin’ Me; conveying a diverse assortment of some stupendous musicianship and some staggering song-writing prowess.

From the world of Unruly Child comes another triumphant haulage of an essential contributing collection to add to the mixing pot of the powerfully spirited Melodic Rock universe, also connected with the extra dots of the masses’ previous work with reworked additions of the affectionate love-affair ballad ‘To Be My Everything’ and the solidified 1992 outing ‘Let’s Talk About Love’ from the band’s impressive self-titled debut record; manufacturing the combining essences of faith, hope and love to be the indispensable attributes that can never ever be held down.

Track list:

  1. Poison Ivy
  2. Say What You Want
  3. Our Glass House
  4. Everyone Loves You When You’re Dead
  5. Talked You Out of Lovin’ Me
  6. Underwater
  7. Catch Up to Yesterday
  8. Freedom is a Fight
  9. The Wooden Monster
  10. We Are Here to Stay
  11. To Be My Everything 2020
  12. Let’s Talk About Love 2020

Added: January 24th 2021
Reviewer: James Mannion
Related Link: Band Facebook Page
Hits: 281
Language: english

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