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Lucky Bastardz Be the One Sliptrick Records February 8, 2018 Album review

Lucky Bastardz

Be the One

Sliptrick Records

February 8, 2018

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio


Be the One is the 4th album release by Lucky Bastardz, described as a semi-concept album with themes of inner rebirth. These Italian metalers deliver careening riffs and gritty style that encompasses several genres- thrash, AOR, hard rock, classic and modern metal. Tiziano “Titian" Spigno delivers razor sharp raw vocal work, check out “My Best Enemy.” A fantastic bass intro by Paolo “Mr TNT" Torrielli crackles forth from the speakers in “Holy War" as well as the other tracks. He is truly an amazing bass artist. “Shed Your Skin" dives head first into a rock n roll frenzy with kickass heavy fretwork from Pietro “Pacio" Baggi.


“The House By the Sea" has guest artist Francesco Albertazzi playing the ukulele and fantastic drumming by Marco “Mark" Lazzarini. “Tear in the Wind,” a ballad, is angelically beautiful featuring flute player Carlo Lupo.  I appreciate the creativity of this ballad, it's certainly not cheesy or your typical rhyme love with dove type of song.


This release is played with imagination and creativity. It is not your general candy coated guitar rock and I am duly impressed with this work.


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