Sharp Practise

Sharp Practise

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Rock - General | Wigan, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 6   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Radiocity

Reserved undertones but good rock tunes? Check. Sounding like more members than there probably are? Check. Big atmosphere from a simple band combo?...

Radiocity

Rock - Classic

Reserved undertones but good rock tunes? Check. Sounding like more members than there probably are? Check. Big atmosphere from a simple band combo? Check. Songs to back it up? Check and mate. Sharp Practise are a classic rock band but not an over the top screaming yelling rock n' roll monster, this is the sound of a band who like to keep things quiet and wouldn't say no to an acoustic set, but not tonight: tonight they wanna rock. And rock they do. The Dukester The songs are very melodic, with strong catchy choruses and impressive vocal work as well as some high quality guitar work, so all together this is a highly recommended. The band also reminds me very much of Jadis, especially on a song like “No Thanks”. One of the best songs is definitely the catchy uptempo melodic rocker “Choice Not Freedom” which should be an instant hit here in Europe! No fillers included - a great original classic rock record. Strutter Magazine, Holland Loaded with fresh pop hooks and good vibes, England’s Sharp Practise may be the re-introduction to Brit-pop that America needs. Derek Blackmon, indie-music.com Do you believe that there aren't any more bands from England that play the classic rock that we all love? Then you surely haven't listened to the latest album from Sharp Practise… you will experience a modern band playing classic rock tunes with a fresh air. Their compositions are well worked, with some really interesting ideas and the band has imbued their record with a pure rock 'n’roll feeling. Antonis Maglaras, Beyond The Veil ‘No Thanks’ and ‘Bed Of Rhythm’ are two rock gems in which the addition of female backing vocals elevate the choruses to epic proportions… Where this album undeniably does well is serving up big poppy choruses that have already invaded radio playlists the world over Herts & Essex music review

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