Supervision - Bring You Up To Speed

Saturday 1st March 2003
Supervision - Bring You Up To Speed
Supervision - Bring You Up To Speed

RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by Rebecca West

A compilation of their previous two EPs, Supervision present us with a treat of an album. It’s refreshing rock with sound lyrics and nice melodies. An album which fits nicely into the Christian rock music market, yet doesn’t exactly break any boundaries. Comparisons could be made to OC Supertones, without the brass section. “Number 10”, confusingly actually track eight, does make a bizarre attempt to sound like Hendrix’s "Voodoo Child", but fun rock tracks like the opener “Here I Am” redeem Supervision. Some of the vocals sound a bit raw, but hey, it adds a bit of character to the down to earth tunes. 'Bring You Up To Speed' is a snappy rock offering with memorable God centred choruses.

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