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Tiebreaker

Where Can Love Go Wrong? (Digital Single)

Review by Gary Hill

This is the new single from Tiebreaker, and it’s got a really classic rock sound. In fact, the arrangement that opens this is so classic rock oriented that it’s scary.

This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2014  Volume 4 at lulu.com/strangesound.
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Where Can Love Go Wrong?
In fact, the arrangement that opens this is so classic rock oriented that it’s scary. It seems like something that would have been all over the radio on the 1970s. They drop it back to a somewhat more contemporary sound for the verses. This is still very classic in texture and sound. It’s a killer rocker with great vocals, stellar instrumentals and some solid hooks. This is just such a great rocking groove. Everything gels well here. If you like the 1970s rock sound, you will love this. It’s smoking hot.

(Editor's Note - Music Street Journal is set up for the allocation of albums, not singles - particularly not one-song singles. So, in the instances, like this one, where we've covered single song releases, we've had to make some adaptations for formatting. In the case of this one, just imagine both track review and overall review reading as one set of copy. )

 
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