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Music Review for Pop Rock Band Ten Year Vamp’s ‘Lust’ Release


Ten Year Vamp- ‘Lust’ Review

By C.W. Ross

The latest project from the female-fronted pop rock band Ten Year Vamp is their 5-track release entitled, ‘Lust.’ I first had the pleasure of hearing this band’s music with their release, ‘Don’t Act like You Know Me’ that really grabbed my attention with its very well done music.

The band plays a high energy mix of radio friendly pop rock music that’s driven by its lead female vocals. While Debbie Gabrione’s vocals drive the songs in no way is she alone being surrounded by talented band members who help to bring out the best sound possible on each track.

As the releases title implies the subject matter dealt with in the 5 songs that make up ‘Lust’, revolve around issues related to love, including lust.

Highlight tracks include the up tempo, “Got 2 Me,” that swings between pop and rock in style with the lively guitar and drum parts that are found on it. If you’re in the mood for something slower then give the track, “No Risk,” with its melodic passionate vocals a listen.

Website: http://www.tenyearvamp.com

Review Takeaway: With their latest release ‘Lust’, Ten Year Vamp continues to prove that when it comes to a radio friendly pop rock style of music they perform it at near perfection levels.

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One thought on “Music Review for Pop Rock Band Ten Year Vamp’s ‘Lust’ Release

  1. I totally agree with this article. You should see Ten Year Vamp live they put on a great, high energy show!

    Posted by Lloyd J. Barnes III | October 21, 2011, 7:00 pm

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