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Simple Reason by Simple Reason

Cross Rhythms Rating: 5/10
Tags: Hard Music, CD, EP, Independent
Normal Dispatch Time: 1-3 days
A hard rock outfit from High Wycomb with their debut EP.

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  1. 1. Empty Handed
  2. 2. Fly
  3. 3. I Have You
  4. 4. Shatterproof
  5. 5. As We Go On
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Reviewed by Paul Knab

This High Wycombe-based five piece band and recent Crash Records signing, Simple Reason unleash their debut EP to anticipating fans. A deathly scream shakes you to the core as the hard rock intro progresses into a clever offbeat. However the lyrics are not easy to hear as much of the song is screamed and the vocals have the same monotonous whine, which continues through every track. The band can take credit for being well accomplished and extremely tight on the EP. "Let's Fly" is frantic and bursts with energy and the words encourage us that our present sufferings are worth the prize in store. Darth Vader-toned speech precedes the start of "I Have You" which mellows in pace to a less hard rock. Bass and cymbals feature prominently but the onslaught of more screams invades again. The EP continues in this same vein and it becomes difficult to tell the tracks apart.

Style: Hard Music
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 22566
Product Format: CD
Content Type: EP
Cat. Code: Crash!
Items: 1
Release Date: 2007

A hard rock outfit from High Wycomb with their debut EP.

Posted by john in Thame at 23:26 on Feb 19 2007

Wow. This band keep going from strength to strength. There just isn't another Christian rock band like them. Their stage act is amazing and it's only a matter of time before they take the secular music world by storm. I've heard the CD and it's really strong and there's a free video download.

Posted by Greg Sammons in Stoke on Trent at 16:42 on Nov 19 2007

One of my favourite British releases of the year. It got a lot of airplay on the Rock and Hard Place and deservedly so.

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