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O Rhesus Negative

by Elias T. Hoth

Elias.T.Hoth offers up his 11th original musical invention, 'O Rhesus Negative'. Best renowned for his ruthless and unforgiving rock and roll, this latest album brings forth a more dislocated and personal perspective.
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1. Is It You for Whom the Bell Tolls
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2. Roll on Down the Highway
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3. Now and Always
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4. Hook Line and Sinker
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5. Every Moment Leaves Its Mark
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6. Belzoni County Cat Fish Blues
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7. One Day
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8. Echoes of My Life
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9. No Looking Back
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10. What Can't Speak Can't Lie
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11. Long Live Rock 'n' Roll
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“O Rhesus Negative” a new blood offering from Elias.T.Hoth.

Elias.T.Hoth offers up his 11th original musical invention, “O Rhesus Negative”. This latest album brings forth a more dislocated perspective from an artist best known for his ruthless and often unforgiving rock and roll catalogue.

However, we find that within the new “O Rhesus Negative” album there is most definitely a twist in the tale, with an album that clearly presents us with a dilemma if not indeed with an enigma, in that it brings us a previously unheard, diversity and breadth of new subject matter. The album contains no less than 4 rock, 2 blues and 5 very intimate personal ballads.

Firstly, die hard fans will not be disappointed as the heavier sound tracks deliver us some of Elias.T.Hoth’s brand new bristling and more visceral, classic hothic rock 'n’ roll anthems, possibly some the most impressive so far, which I believe in time will become standards in their own rights.

There is no doubt the album ballad content has brought about a massive paradigm shift and has taken Elias.T.Hoth into new uncharted territory which is no bad thing. The seeds and meaning of these lamenting songs have clearly grown from the emotional troubles and torrents of his own life, as each ballad tells its own unique story with a profound and often moving insight into the emotional feelings and substrata of the writer. As Elias says “it is really only now after many years, that I feel I am able to reflect on these emotions and finally write and perform these haunting songs.

I think it’s only fair to say that the “O Rhesus Negative” album is extraordinary s and allows you the listener an extended insight into the inner more vulnerable facets of the artist himself. Until now, you may well have seen Elias.T.Hoth as a ferocious, brutal, snarling, uncompromising battled hardened war horses giving no quarter.

What is plain for all to see is that the “O Rhesus Negative” reveals that within our unforgiving battle hardened warhorse song writer lie’s a rather tender, delicate, sensitive and vulnerable human being.
Ultimately it’s you who must reflect on the albums blood offerings and pronounce final judgement on the soul that has been laid bare and sacrificed before you on the altar of the ‘O Rhesus Negative' album.

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Steve Crook

Maturing And Imroving With Each Release
Another release from Leigh's finest. Over the years, with each release, Elias have gradually drifted away from a one dimensional (yet very proficient) Southern States blues fest toward a more eclectic future. Out goes some rocky stuff to make way for acoustic out-pourings of the heart and ballads telling the very personal experiences of the writer. Stand out tracks are the softer rock of Every Moment Leaves Its Mark and the acoustic gems of One Day, Echoes Of My Life and No Looking Back.. Throughout the album, I found nods to a number of bands but can't for the life of me work out who!! But than that's what a good recipe achieves.....it blends ingredients so that no one stands out or overpowers the rest! I for one hopes that Elias continue to develop in the way that O Rhesus Negative does.. This album is pdg and certainly worth your hard earned.
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Randy Brown

It just keeps getting better
If you've been paying attention, you'll realize that Elias T. Hoth is providing the music world with amazing music. ORN is a superb departure of sorts from his take no prisoners approach, but a welcome one at that. Personally, it conjures up vivid and raw emotions from my past, both good and sad. How can music do that? I'm not sure, but it take a real artist to accomplish it and Elias T. Hoth delivers on ORN. Powerful, heartfelt, brilliant!
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Franca

It's just so good
I get so excited when Elias.T.Hoth brings out a new album. Can't wait to listen to it. I just know it's going to be good. You know you get that with some artists. You just know they're gonna deliver. And this does. The man has done it again. Not only that. This has got to be his best album ever!!! So incredible after so many albums produced that he still manages to keep the quality up there - the sweetness of the lead guitar work even though I understand it's a new guitarist - Ste Ensall - on this one. The keyboard player. The backing vocals. It's all good. Actually not good - great. Was watching a programme tonight about rockers and Iggy Pop was saying that after the first couple of albums he couldn't write a great song anymore. that is most definitely not the case here. These tracks are up there with his early stuff on the Demons album. I love the way he seamlessly gets John Donne's poem in there about 'No man is an Island..' And Winston Churchill famous speech about 'fighting them on the beaches' in the "Long Live Rock 'n Roll track. But what is COMPLETELY new on this album are the ballads. And they are beautiful. Some are haunting, thought provoking - yet all about the different forms that love can take. I wasn't expecting to write this much. It's late at night. I've just listened to it. The man is a genius and the world needs to know it.
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