TNT

(NORWAY)

MY RELIGION

(2004)
LABEL:

MTM

GENRE:

MELODIC HARD ROCK

TAGS:
High-pitched vocals
""My Religion' is certainly one of TNT's finest achievements and ranks among the best melodic hard rock albums of all time."
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"My Religion" is one of those rare albums that received unanimous reviews upon release. A majority of them mentioned that it would be the ideal album to discover Melodic Hard Rock. A statement that is not without meaning.

For this new return of the Norwegian quartet (except for the American singer), the specifications are perfectly respected. TNT returns to the style that made their success. The sound is monumental, the riffs and the vocal lines totally accomplished, the arrangements worked and constantly renewed. TNT's personality is characterised by Harnell's high-pitched voice, capable of modulating it with great finesse, and by LeTekro's guitar, known for his famous right-hand technique, especially in his soli.

And it's hard to resist wonders like 'She Needs Me' with its huge riff or 'Live Today', two sumptuous tracks. The ballad 'Perfectly' is beautiful and the relaxing instrumental interludes, another trademark of Ronni LeTekro, are ideally placed. Other highlights include 'Everything U R' with its tangy chorus and 'Song 4 Dianne' with its indelibly charming female contribution.

"My Religion' is certainly one of TNT's finest achievements and ranks among the best melodic hard rock albums of all time. The challenge for the band will be to keep up with such a masterpiece.
- Official website

TRACK LISTING:
01. Invisible Noise
02. She Needs Me
03. Lonely Nights
04. My Religion
05. Give Me A Sign
06. Perfectly
07. You'll Be There
08. Flow
09. Live Today
10. Everybody S Got A Secret
11. Everything U R
12. Song For Dianne
13. The Last Word

LINEUP:
Diesel Dahl: Batterie
Morty Black: Basse
Ronni Letekro: Chant / Guitares / Claviers
Tony Harnell: Chant
   
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