Marc Piras & Friends - Home

Monday 1st February 1999
Marc Piras & Friends - Home
Marc Piras & Friends - Home

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 10380-24545
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by Andy Long

  An acoustic rock trio who played a superb set at this year’s Meltdown conference.  This EP features four great songs, top musicianship and commitment of artistry that will appeal to a wide range of listeners.  This is acoustic rock with an underlying hint of metal.  The opener “You Make Me Fly” is a psalm-based worship song and the running theme throughout is one of thankfulness – “I know that you throw my sins deep into the sea/Here I am take all of me”.  Don’t rush to turn the CD off after song four; a little patience will reveal the hidden fifth track which is a bare-bones version of Bride’s “Psychedelic Super-Jesus” with the intro from Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” spliced neatly on to the front.  For six quid you can’t go wrong.

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