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CD REVIEW: Robert Burke Warren - ... to this day
By Ben Ohmart - 05/21/2007 - 10:34 AM EDT

Artist: Robert Burke Warren
Genre: Pop
CD Review:
'Dark Angel Eyes' is an interesting collection of the acoustic and the electric. At times spooky, yet natural, like a lightning storm. Beneath the slurp of high hats, and grinding guitar in your right ear, there is a pleasant tune here. If a country killer had a kid, he might sing this to the sleepy tike.

'Milledgeville' has a good start - just drum, then the strum of the guitar, before the deepish vocals come to plead, please don't send me back to Milledgeville, I'll be good, yes I will. He wants to play with the neighborhood kids. An odd tune. You think it's about a killer who wants to - well, you aren't sure What he wants to do with/to the kids. It could be a disturbing song if you think about it too much.

A lot of good sounds on the album. 'Tomboygirl' has a Latin base that keeps your leg nervously flipping. Check out the 46 minute cd. Verging between the alternative and the pop, RBW has something for all.

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