Where's Enoch? - Somethin's Burnin'

Saturday 1st February 1992
Where's Enoch? - Somethin's Burnin'

STYLE: Rock
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 28602-
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: Cassette Album

Reviewed by Chris Cole

This release is a definite improvement on their last privately recorded cassette 'Rain In Its Season', produced in 1989. The band (whose singer Ritchie Miller used to front InfraPenny, the predecessor to The Electrics) is developing and beginning to demonstrate greater .musical confidence. I would describe much of the bands' music as rock and roll revival and to their credit they've produced a variety of creative melodies and lyrics. I enjoyed romping through "Beautiful Thang" and "Where You Lead". For a home spun production this album will not disappoint you, but I do believe the band needs to strengthen vocally and tighten up a little more. Keep going fellas.

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