Vigilantes Of Love - Free For Good

Tuesday 1st February 2000
Vigilantes Of Love - Free For Good
Vigilantes Of Love - Free For Good

STYLE: Rock
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 1741-2168
LABEL: ASC CD003
FORMAT: CD Mini-album
ITEMS: 1

Reviewed by Lukas Willcocks

'Free For Good' may not be as polished as 'Audible Sigh' but excellent value nonetheless. The good olde boyz recorded these seven gems at David Pick's ffg studios in Gloucestershire (remember Eden Burning?} during a wee break from their 1998 tour of UK and Eire - just five days! It's really a high quality demo of the band's intense folk/rock ability and came about in response to label distribu­tion problems and (tongue in cheek!) their need for dosh to pay the huge fish and chip bills they were accruing across the nation! A couple of tracks are here that appear on 'Audible Sigh' under a slightly different guise: "She Walks On Roses" - about the abuse that many women go through, and in "Cloth Of Life" -also called "Goes Without Saying", Bill sings about the commercialisation and ghettoization of Christian music. Do you like Bob Dylan or REM or maybe Bruce Springsteen? Then give this CD a try. I'm sure you'll want more! Pray these guys get a label deal soon! Enjoy! 8

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Cloth Of Life [Listen]
2. In The Box [Listen]
3. When You're Blinded By The Light [Listen]
4. Go And Ask Her [Listen]
5. Where My Seed Might Find Purchase [Listen]
6. She Walks On Roses [Listen]
7. Back To Its Source [Listen]

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