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Mojo Fury – The Difference Between

album by:
Mojo Fury
Version:
CD
Price:
8.12

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Rating:
2
On February 10, 2014
Last modified:February 10, 2014

Summary:

This album has the musical bones of something that could be really great...

@planetmosh reviews The Difference Between by .@mojofuryband out on .@graphiterecords

Mojo Fury - The Difference Between
Mojo Fury – The Difference Between

Following on from 2011’s ‘Visiting Hours Of a Travelling Circus’ Northern Irish indie-rockers Mojo Fury have released the much-anticipated ‘The Difference Between’. This second full-length album is available now on Graphite Records.

Safe in The Arms is a perfect song to open proceedings that is full of promise and builds the expectation that the listener will be getting a sonic rock treat. However promise is a long time coming, as you have to wait to track 5 ‘The Difference Between’ before hearing any real semblance of a rock tune, while everything before and after falls firmly into radio friendly indie territory.



On the whole it is a well crafted and produced record, with tracks like ‘Medusa’ and ‘To Comprehend’ strategically spattered towards the end of the album to keep the listener interested. This album has the musical bones of something that could be really great, it’s just seems a pity they didn’t put some meat on those bones so that it could really stand out from the crowd.

Track Listing:
1. Safe In the Arms
2. Origami Bird
3. All In Awe
4. MBBM
5. The Difference Between
6. Iris Influential
7. If I Die
8. Tear The World Apart
9. Medusa
10. Salty Sticky Hearts
11. To Comprehend
12. Golden Wall

Band Lineup:
Michael Mormecha – Lead Vocals, Guitar
James Lyttle – Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards
Ciaran McGreevy – Bass
Andrew Kearton – Drums

Band Links:
http://www.mojofury.com
https://www.facebook.com/mojofuryband
https://twitter.com/mojofuryband

This album has the musical bones of something that could be really great...

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