Craig's Brother - Homecoming

Tuesday 1st June 1999
Craig's Brother - Homecoming
Craig's Brother - Homecoming

RATING 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
LABEL: Tooth & Nail TND1106
RRP: £14.67

Reviewed by Alex Figgis

Yet another fine band to emerge on the Tooth & Nail roster! For those in need of relief from the plague of predictability, look no further than 'Homecoming'. Craig's Brother's debut album offers up a healthy dose of quirky pop/rock songs, set amidst an entourage of power chords, timely kept by a fury of hyper-paced drums. The band have done well in choosing Donnell Cameron as producer, as he's evidently empowered them to realise their potential and maintain a high level of musicianship throughout this 12 song opus. 'Homecoming' is packed full of witty songs that offer keen insight into spiritual matters, whilst keeping both feet firmly planted in reality for a change. For a creative sound that refuses to be pigeonholed, check out Craig's Brother. You won't be disappointed!

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