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Bats Brew | Trouble

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Trouble

by Bats Brew

good Rock music: this is really a big mix of styles, mostly rock and acoustic, sounds like classic rock with a modern feel.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Choices
Bats Brew
4:04 $0.90
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2. Take It All
Bats Brew
4:18 $0.90
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3. Trouble
Bats Brew
3:30 $0.90
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4. Yesterday
Bats Brew
4:28 $0.90
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5. Long Journey
Bats Brew
3:56 $0.90
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6. Pura Vida
Bats Brew
4:08 $0.90
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7. Where I Want to Go
Bats Brew
3:06 $0.90
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8. Work It Out
Bats Brew
3:05 $0.90
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9. Melange de la chauve-souris
Bats Brew
4:28 $0.90
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10. Bad Moon Rising
John Fogarty
4:18 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Trouble" is the debut release by Bats Brew.
This album sounds and feels like a classic rock release, by design.....it's one of those albums that you want to listen to from beginning to end.
Arrangements, melodies, and sounds have been crafted to make for a soulful listening experience from beginning to end.
This album has some rowdy stuff, some mellow stuff, some progressive vibe and some straight up boogie, the idea being to keep changing it up from song to song and give the listener a reason to keep on listening!

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Jack Hobson-Dupont

Basically, the best rock album you've never heard
The album notes say that this "sounds and feels like a classic rock release" ...and that's totally true. The music is a rich and lush, full of detail and power and feeling and lyrical honesty as the best rock albums of the Golden Era. I was shocked the first time I heard these songs-- they're as good as any of my favorite songs of all time. That's quite a claim, I know....

The guitars are brilliant. There are delicate, sweet acoustical passages, offset by screaming power chords and fiery solos. And all of it is fraught with intense meaning; there is no self-indulgent noodling, or blistering runs of speedy notes just for the sake of speedy notes.. It's just layer upon layer of pure heavenly guitar, whether it's gentle and poetic or downright nasty hard rock.

The vocals are strong, punchy, at times soaring and angelic-- and most importantly, sincere. There are no stupid lyrics here, and no puffed-up pretentious rock star singing them, trying to foist himself off as a Bad Boy. To the contrary, this is the real deal. This is what music is supposed to sound like.

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Robert Goble

Best original Rock release of 2018
If you like stacked vocals, lush & powerful guitars, deep Southern Rock grooves dripping with blues, fire ,and gumbo, then Bat's Brew' & Trouble is for you., Trouble is a guitar and songwriting tour de force that rivals any rock release of the past decade.. Sounding fresh ,yet with its lineage bleeding through every song ,Trouble takes you on a journey that explores all the classic existential themes of love & loss, and redemption and reinvention, with some Big rock choruses and delicate thoughtful reflections. Just a fantastic album thru & thru. Each listen opens up more pathways through the narrative and deeper meaning.. Highlights for me were the title track (Trouble) , Long Journey, Pura Vida., & Where I want to Go. The CD itself is worth getting just for the bonus track (Bad Moon Rising). You wont be disappointed with this purchase and you might even find yourself with a new favorite band.
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