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TXS – Transmission X (2009) [MP3]

TXS – Transmission X (2009) [MP3]

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Genre: Melodic Hard Rock
Year: 2009
Country: Norway
Audio codec: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Playtime 41 min
Size: 99 MB
Tracklist:
01. Who Will You Run To
02. Chameleon Man
03. Time To Say Goodbye
04. Breathe You Out
05. Unbelievable
06. Kicking Leafs
07. Rat Trap
08. Turn Back Time
09. Bad
10. Stay

Kenneth Kristiansen – Guitar / Keyboards (Hush)
Dag Aspen – Vocals
Terje Smedfold – Guitar/keyboards
Kjell Reierstad – Bass

Coming from Norway like a breath of fresh air these four guys combine an exciting blend of traditional hard rock with extremely commercial overtones. Dag, Terje, and Kenneth are no strangers to the rock scene; they were all in the first version of Norwegian band “Hush” in 1996, a band who played original tunes as well as songs by Def Leppard, Van Halen and ZZ Top. Some twelve years later and here we are with a new band and a new approach to rock. With a grand, tight production and huge melodic songs the band TXS are on to a winner. In the grooves you will find similarities to Hush but the songs are much stronger, with fist punching anthems and blistering guitar chords. These guys are just at home playing rockers like “Who Will to run you”, “Unbelievable” as they are at sugar coated ballads like “Time to Say Goodbye” and the fantastic “Stay”. Their commercial appeal is fantastic and they can fit alongside fellow Norwegians “TNT” and “Stage Dolls” with perfect ease. They also draw influences from Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Foo Fighters, so there is plenty going on here. Transmission X is a debut album that needs to be looked out for in 2009; it has all the hallmarks of a classic, with Dag’s raspy vocal work, arena like guitars, intricate keyboards and air punching anthems. A formidable combination, no less. Oh, and just check out that last track “Stay”, a memorable anthem that has you wishing there was much more from this band.

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