FM ~ Thirteen

From the first song of this album, through the end, I hear a lot of Styx in this band. I mean that in a good way. There is good writing, good music, good vocals. What else do you need for a good album? Each song has it’s own merits, but, they still have that great Styx sound. I recommend that you give this one a listen. I think that you’ll like it. I give this album 5 out of 5 Music Guru stars. On guitar & vocals, you have Steve Overland, lead guitar you have Jim Kirkpatrick, Jam Davis is playing keyboards, Merv Goldswerthy on bass, and, Pete Jupp on drums. Again, give this a listen. You will enjoy it.

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