Label Of Love - Label Of Love

Thursday 1st February 1996
Label Of Love - Label Of Love

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: Cassette Album

Reviewed by Geoff Howlett

There's more to Label Of Love than just music. In similar vein to the World Wide Message Tribe, the ministry takes in school/youth work, which includes follow up visits as well as concerts. Fronted by ex-Crisis man Mike Salt and Kaled Ullah, this tape features seven original tracks. Primarily dance/rap music, the final track changes mood completely with the summer sounding "Come And See". The sequenced music is complimented well by Mike's guitar work, especially on my favourite "The Father's House" which ends with an excellent jig. "True Love" and "Adam And Eve" are the other highlights on a release that is only let down by the title track's backing vocals. All in all, it's a positive start but see them live if you can.

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