Hoarse True Lies
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- 2Dead Things Come Alive03:51
- 3The Strain03:28
- 5Ketchikan Woman03:20
- 7Ringing The Bell03:19
- 8Way Down04:59
- 9Some Days05:53
- 10Gotta Get03:27
- 11God Ain't Here04:49
Info for Hoarse
»Hoarse« is the sixth album from Sweden's True Lies since the debut album »Where Are The Angels« from 1988. And even it's been over 30 years now, True Lies still make music based on the same kind of ideas as from the very start. It's all about good song writing, dressed up in a classic rock 'n' roll suit. As older and wiser men, they might have a different, slower pace, the sound might be a bit more mature (whatever that is), but the energy, the nerve and the edge is still there.
True Lies released their last album, »Social D-Day«, back in 2010. The main songwriting duo, vocalist Per Olin and guitarists Anders Ragnarsson and Lars Paulström, decided in an early stage to raise the bar. No more recordings until they had a full album of songs they could be proud of. Once they had the songs, they entered the studio with the same mindset. No need to hurry anything, let the process take its time. Record, delete, re-record..over and over again...until you're happy.
»Hoarse« turned out just as good as you possibly could hope for. The eleven tracks range from pure power pop in »Ronson«, edgy rock in »Ketchikan Woman« and big ballads in »Way Down« - »Hoarse« got it all. An album you can listen to intensely. Or open a few cans of beer, crank up the volume and sing along!
Anders Ragnarsson, guitar, vocals
Erik Fagerberg, bass
Per Olin, lead vocals
Lars Paulström, guitar, vocals
Johan Eklund, drums
still make music based on the same kind of ideas as from the very start. It's all about good song writing, dressed up in a classic rock 'n' roll suit. As older and wiser men, they might have a different, slower pace, the sound might be a bit more mature (whatever that is), but the energy, the nerve and the edge is still there.
This album contains no booklet.