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CD REVIEW: Alastor - Nothing for Anyone
By Ben Ohmart - 05/21/2007 - 10:34 AM EDT

Artist: Alastor
Genre: Rock
CD Review:
Much like a female lead on a Rolling Stones tour.

'here's the line if I must / I've lived under the Bridge of Americas / nowhere near 180 degrees / just 50 miles from sea to sea / there are 4 stories of boards the plaster falls / I won't climb down your fire-burnt walls / this weekend is a full moon trance / of your odd desire for photographs / okay whatever you say'

furnishes old-time rock in a new spin of 'East of Suez'. Sometimes the lazy breeze of songs like 'Startown' remind you of the day when blues had a heavy influence upon the white and the way the ciggie was rolled. A little over a half hour of security guard pace here go to sleep, WAKE UP, QUICK!!!, go back to sleep for a while, WATCH OUT!

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