MISCHIEF | Visions

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This live recorded studio album is a great progressive interpretation of 70's Hard Rock Music. You can expect speedy skill full guitar play and great vocals.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lost
2:49 album only
2. Hate & love
4:43 album only
3. Visions
5:16 album only
4. The one I need
5:30 album only
5. Medicine man
3:21 album only
6. Wall Street
4:12 album only
7. Narcotics
5:21 album only
8. Anger
4:15 album only


Album Notes
MISCHIEF's good solid rock music has always been a result of a combination of inspiration from bands such as LED ZEPPELIN and VAN HALEN and a distinct flirtation with metal and more progressive Music. Bands like THE CULT,SAVATAGE,SOUNDGARDEN and even DREAM THEATER are mentioned from time to time.

So if you like great rock vocals in the tradition of classics like David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Paul Rodgers and also Geoff Tate and Bruce Dickinson combined with speedy and skillfull guitarplay of the likes of f.i. Edward Van Halen, Yngwie Malmsteen etc. in a concept of great songwriting and a lot of variance in style...


(They are from The Netherlands in EUROPE)



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Vic v/d Bosch

Review in POBsessie nbr36 july/august 2003
(Translated from Dutch)

Virtuosity is something that is only preserved for a small amount of people. The ability to be technically grounded and at the same time use this ability in a creative way is an art preserved for the very few.This was the first thought that came to mind when I first listened to Visions. Something beautiful was happening here. This is where I heard a band playing strongly. Almost thematicly, symphonic in their approach. I hear Deep Purple, I hear Judas Priest or Def Leppard. U.S. rootsrock if you like. However not quite similar to Bon Jovi. This band has all the cards, so it seems. First you have the David Lee Roth style of singing from Rene Hurkens, who lays passion and power in his voice beyond normal proportions. Then you have the, at times, virtuous guitarplay of Gert Nijboer. On Visions Nijboer totally opens his inmense bag of tricks, especially on songs like Lost, Visions and Medicine Man. Metalriffs, magnitude and passion like a good rockband supposes to. Yet; Mischief is more than that. Hate & Love and Anger are great well structured songs always with a hook or a melodyline to ensure a new listen. And after the bluesy "The One I need" I am completely convinced. There has seldom been a band present that surprised me as much as Mischief. Especially coming from Breda. I was told they never played this town, well this situation must change.

Wayne Klinger

Quintessence Review
A bit of a relic here so to speak with a '97 release but one I'm glad I got as it's a new band for me to get accustomed with. A 4-piece Prog-Rock band with this 8-track CD of quite some interesting originality and different sound as well. There's just a lot of different influences in the songs represented like The Doors, U2 and the Police with newer ones or 80-ish like Zodiac Mindwarp, The Cult and Soundgarden with even some Blues hints. Great examples of all these influences and the balance of heavy to melodic with harmony are songs like "The One I Need", "Medicine Man" and "Narcotics". I just think the whole CD is great myself and makes me wonder why they aren't signed.. somewhat a mirrored backlash effect! The trendy U.S. whom likes music like Mischief plays would sign them... bands from the U.S. that play any kind of Metal have to venture to European labels! Is that fucked up or what? You see my point though! With due respect, I hope to hear some new material by this band.. they are well overdue for a new CD anyway but they have the tools to become succesfull... just need that push from someone or somewhere.