Eleventh Hour - Lifelines

Monday 1st February 1993
Eleventh Hour - Lifelines

RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: Cassette EP

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

An attractive six-song tape from a Cheshire team who've been around since 1985 but arrived at their current personnel and "definitive Eleventh Hour sound" in 1989. So what is that sound? You could call it power-pop, well thought-out songs with strong melodic hooks with plenty of meaty guitar chords and chunky rhythm section. Occasionally little bits flag, the rap interjection on "Break The Chain" was a mistake, but more often the band skilfully stay within well understood musical boundaries while production/sound quality is above average for a custom tape. A ministry pop/rock band well worth getting along to your church hall.

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