CD REVIEW: Of Fate And Chance – “An Atlas To Solutions"
By Gian F - 11/13/2009 - 12:44 PM EST
Artist: Of Fate And Chance
Album: An Atlas To Solutions
Genre: Alternative Rock
Sounds Like: ?
Technical Grade: 10/10
Production/Musicianship Grade: 10/10
Commercial Value: 9/10
Overall Talent Level: 10/10
Songwriting Skills: 9/10
Performance Skill: 10/10
Best Songs: An Atlas To Solutions, When Shee Needed Arms
From Lebanon, New Jersey, comes the band, Of Fate And Chance. A cute, but curious name for a band whose fate in the music industry will not be left to chance – not with the immensity of the talents I heard on their debut project.
Defined by tight musicianship and distinctive vocals, this band puts on a clinic in how to “jam” within the parameters of well constructed song. In other words, they know how to play with the best of them!
The tracks “When She Needed Arms,” and "Look What You've Done," may vaguely conjure up some Police influence, but Of Fate And Chance has a style that’s uniquely their own. No where is that more evident than on their most commercial track, “An Atlas To Solutions.” It's a riveting musical masterpiece supreme guitar and drum playing that complement each other. It abundantly highlights, and best represents, the immensity of their musical abilities and star potential. It's also a radio smash waiting for airplay.
It’s apparent to me that the only atlas to solutions they need is one that connects them to the right people, to obtain the exposure they so rightfully deserve.
Of Fate And Chance
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