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Fiinky Pie - Free & Wild (4/10) - France - 2005

Genre: Hard Rock
Label: Brennus Music
Playing time: 44:43
Band homepage: Fiinky Pie


  1. The Wild
  2. I Believe In You
  3. Animal
  4. On The Run
  5. Rock N’ Roll
  6. I Do What I Want
  7. Why Don’t You…
  8. Hard Love
  9. Liar
Fiinky Pie - Free & Wild

FIINKY PIE, lead by vocalist Raymz Fiink, come to us from France, presenting a style a Hard Rock the band’s bio describes as a mix of ZZ TOP, KISS, MÖTLEY CRÜE and ALICE COOPER. “Free & Wild” is FIINKY PIE’s sophomore album and to my ears comes of as a sub par blend of BEAUTIFUL CREATURES and BUCKCHERRY.


So what we really have with “Free & Wild” is 1980s Glam-influenced, party-Rock. This is a style that, if done well, can at least be fun. Unfortunately, this is not very well done. The songs all rock-out pretty well and would be fine for background music at a beer bash. However, when sitting down actually listening to “Free & Wild”, all of the songs blend together with no real identity. Then again, I suppose music like this isn’t made for a sit-down, intellectual listen.


There are, however, some positives on “Free & Wild”. There are pretty good solos throughout the album, so that’s a plus. “Rock N’ Roll” is a fun song and “Liar” has very memorable chorus and ends heavy with surprising growled vocals. It’s just too bad the rest is fairly bland.


I can only recommend FIINKY PIE’s “Free & Wild” to absolute, diehard fans of Glam-influenced Hard Rock. I really can’t see anyone else getting much out of this. (Online June 13, 2006)

Eric Vieth

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