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Odyssey Desperado Don’t Miss the Sunset Release: March 30, 2018 Lions Pride Music Review

Odyssey Desperado

Don’t Miss the Sunset

Release:  March 30, 2018

Lions Pride Music

Review by Gabe Straight, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio



This is not my first run-in with the Greek hard rock project with a name that makes Napoleon Dynamite look as normal as Craig. I’ve reviewed his sneak peak a couple months back for BRR (  If my memory serves me right, the band had a lot going for it, but the synth gave me a wait-and-see attitude. Sure enough, upon the release of “Don’t Miss the Sunset,” my suspicions and anticipation were met with a sense of assurance. Translation:  It was what I thought it was going to be. Is “Don’t Miss the Sunset” a good album? Yes. There isn’t anything in the album I didn’t already know from the preview from a few months back. “Don’t Miss the Sunset” is straight out of the 80s, and you bet your top dollar Odyssey Desperado knows exactly that. The guitar solos are fast and melodic, the vocals are full of gusto and sing about everything under the Californian sun, including the sun. The synth fills every corner of every song.


There really isn’t that much to say about this album. Do you like the 80s? Do you like soaring guitars, steady drums, passionate vocals, and songs about everything you can do under the sun (including songs about the sun)? Then “Don’t Miss the Sunset” is for you. I don’t know why you wouldn’t want to hear songs about love and things you can do in the summer on the beach, but I guess uninteresting people have their own music to listen to. For everyone else, we have Odyssey Desperado.


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