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Tesla: Simplicity (June 10th)

Old 05-10-14, 11:05 PM
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Tesla: Simplicity (June 10th)



The Sacramento Rockers are back with 14 new songs offering a ride of energy that doesn't come easy for a band of rookies much less a band whose been doing this for over 20 years. “Simplicity” is TESLA’s seventh all original studio album which follows a 6-years creative break from the release of the previous album “Forever More”.

After a string of shows in the USA in 2013, the band went back into the studio in early 2014 and came out with a new album, which goes straight back to the TESLA roots. The band worked and produced it as they did with “Into the Now”, their successful come-back album from 2004. Helped by the legendary Tom Zutaut who was the man behind the best TESLA albums, this new album rocks from start to finish, showing a variety of emotions where each song has its own twist--not sounding like another.

The first new song off the new album "Taste My Pain", was released last summer digitally via iTunes and Amazon. The track was recorded during a two-day (June 5-6, 2013) session at J Street Recorders in Sacramento. The new song is, according to the band, "A heavier song with a hard-driving beat and TESLA trademark blazing guitars."
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"So Divine"


"Taste My Pain"
Old 05-11-14, 09:26 PM
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Re: Tesla: Simplicity (June 10th)

The first time I heard "Modern Day Cowboy" I was blown away by these guys. I wore out my cassette of Mechanical Resonance. Bought everything up through Bust A Nut. However, didn't really care for the couple releases after that so don't have high hopes. Like "So Devine" a bit but "Taste My Pain" is way to "rappy" for me.
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Into the Now was solid. I couldn't get into Forever More though.

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