Keane and Tyler Hilton CD Reviews
Alternative rock band Keane and pop artist Tyler Hilton have released their first major albums. Read the reviews here.
Keane :: Hopes and FearsIf you like Coldplay, then you'll definitely like Keane. Straight out of the UK come the vocals of Tom Chaplin, the piano melodies of Tim Rice-Oxley and the drum beats of Richard Hughes on their debut album, Hopes and Fears. Listen to Somewhere Only We Know, This Is the Last Time and Everybody's Changing - you'll be swept away by the emotional lyrics of a band who can rock just as hard as any other band, despite the fact that they lack a guitar player. Even though Keane may be missin' guitar solos, they make up for it with powerful piano chords and passionate vocals.
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Tyler Hilton :: The Tracks OfIf you're looking for somethin' mellow, then pick up Tyler Hilton's first major label release, The Tracks Of, a rich compilation of acoustic pop music. Although he' a Southern Californian native, he's inspired by Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra, and blends folk, blues and country music of the '30s and '40s into his songs. Some of the more memorable tracks on this disc are When It Comes, Glad and Rollin' Home.
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