Guardian - Miracle Mile

Sunday 1st August 1993
Guardian - Miracle Mile
Guardian - Miracle Mile

STYLE: Hard Music
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
LABEL: Pakaderm 7012517263

Reviewed by Adrian James

This John and Dino Elefante produced set reveals rock/blues influences without neglecting the security of Guardian's metal tag. As well as power tracks such as "Mr Do Wrong", "Sister Wisdom" and "Long Way Home", some interesting almost acoustic tracks are featured on which Jamie Rowe's lead vocals stretches impressively. Although this is Guardian's third album Jamie joined for their second after being a fan of the original line up. My favourite tracks is "I Found Love", which includes Tony Palacio's guitar with more than just a passing resemblance of a certain Mr R Wood of Faces notoriety. Lyrically the songs reflect the group's faith without being cliche ridden. Altogether a fine album but possibly not the classic that I've no doubt will come! Just a thought - how about doing an 'Unplugged' and leaving the metal for the studio?

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Reader Comments

Posted by Jeff Dellinger in usa @ 23:41 on Nov 9 2007

Im looking for somewhere i can listen to your cd to see if i like it enough to buy it.Ilistened to sister wisdom ,But I would like to prewiew the whole cd,Thanks Jeff

Posted by miguel calderon arbu in peru @ 00:24 on Dec 23 2006

quero adquiri su producto
de guadian
y a como
miguel calderon arbulu

Posted by geraldine in chile, concepcion @ 02:11 on Oct 7 2006

wolas!! muy bueno el grupo
jeje es uno de mis preferidos
obvio ^^ saludoOS..

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