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Artist: Skills
Album: Different Worlds
Released: 2022
Label: Avalon
Catalog #: Avalon MICP-11695
Genre: Hard Rock
Country: United States/Brazil/Italy
Duration: 00:46:30

1. Escape Machine
2. Blame It On The Night
3. Different Worlds
4. Losing The Track
5. Writings On The Wall
6. Show Me The Way
7. Just When I Needed You
8. Need To Fall
9. Stop The World
10. Hearts Of Stone
11. Don't Break My Heart
12. Just When I Needed You (Acoustic Version)
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Release Info:

RLSDATE: 2022/07/30 RTLDATE: 2022/05/13
GENRE: Hard Rock FORMAT: 404 MB
RELEASE: Avalon MICP-11695
ORiGiN: Japan MATRiX: IFPI L244

with log/cue/nfo/m3u/sfv/300 dpi scans.

MelodicRock (dot) com adds. . .

The Frontiers Records’ patented Random Band Generator was put into
action once again, this time spitting out three new rock star names
to be partnered together in another silly name project and dished
out to the masses, with songs all written by Frontiers' current
favourite writers.

This week's band is SKILLS and it features bass legend Billy
Sheehan, guitar legend Brad Gillis and fan favourite drummer David
Huff. On vocals is Brazilian singer Renan Zonta (Electric Mob), a
guy with a huge set of lungs, but the least appealing look.
Especially up against the other 3 guys. Big voice, but hardly
distinct - he's from the Ronnie Romero school of raspiness and not
really suited to this project.

With a lineup like this, you could be forgiven for expecting
something truly special. But there is nothing organic or magic
about these projects and the way they are assembled gives no room
for chemistry or natural comradery to grow. Especially when the
band aren't given the opportunity to write any material themselves.
It's just a paycheck to play a set of songs delivered by the label.
Like one of many.

I'd be surprised if any of them met during this whole process. The
videos and lineup pictures are pasted together to look natural, but
they're far from it. But that's just the way it is and as long as
the buying public accepts it, they'll keep coming.

Production and keyboards come from Alessandro Del Vecchio. The mix
is fairly even, but the sound lacks punch and once again, Frontiers
Records have a huge issue with overall sound and song blandness and
the lack of a killer drum sound.

There're 4 or 5 great songs here, but there are more that simply
slip by without much notice. I've played this record a lot in the
last week or so and I probably won't go back to it now the review
is done.

The album is expertly played, that was never going to be in doubt,
that's what you get when you pay for the likes of Sheehan/Gillis &
Huff. But the individual personalities of these great musicians
rarely shine through. If you are going to hype a band on its
members, then those members better stand out.

On all but 3 or 4 tracks, anyone could have been on bass here and I
only hear Brad Gillis really break out of his shell a few times.
Drums I've already mentioned as an issue with most of these

I think the two songs released to date have been pretty average to
be honest - there are better within the album.

But this isn't Mr. Big or Night Ranger. It's not a whole world away
from the sound of the new Giant record or Revolution Saints or any
of the other manufactured supergroups of late. It doesn't have the
personality of either of those bands, nor its own identity.

Fans must accept it as another European sounding hard rock project
from the Frontiers production mill. Do that and you'll probably
enjoy it. Look for something special from the sum of the
ingredients and it falls completely flat.

Ripper's Notes:

Amazingly accurate review from MelodicRock.com. The only thing I
would add is, this is better than most Frontiers releases, but,
that's not saying much.

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