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Briley, Martin - It Comes In Waves (0/10) - USA - 2006

Genre: Rock
Label: MTM Music
Playing time: 43:56
Band homepage: -

Tracklist:

  1. It Comes In Waves
  2. Church Of Disney
  3. Big Sun
  4. I Donít Think She Misses Me At All
  5. Me And My Invisible Friend
  6. The Massage
  7. In The Dim Light Of A Brand New Day
  8. Invisible
  9. Pray For Rain
  10. That Song
  11. Fake Horizon
Briley, Martin - It Comes In Waves

Celine Dion. Michael Bolton. NSYNC. There Iíve written them. Quite probably the first time those names have graced the hallowed pages of "The Metal Observer". Hopefully the last. Martin Briley has played for and composed songs for all of the above and a myriad of top recording artists over the years. So it comes as no surprise that his own solo album ĎíIt Comes In Wavesíí features as much Metal as a tailor's dummy.

Briley is quite a talented chap. He can sing and plays guitar very well and writes nice melodic songs, but Paul Stanley has more Metal in his new hip than whatís going on here. To be honest itís not remotely supposed to be a Metal record but if Briley gets anymore sunny, cheery, laid back and smooth Iíll turn into a Kenny G fan.

(Online January 10, 2007)

Chris Doran



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