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Album Review

It would be near impossible to listen to this album without at least a passing knowledge of Led Zeppelin, the band that Jason Bonham's father played drums for throughout the '70s. Now that Bonham has his own band, he tries to capitalize on the sound that his father's perfected. This works both for and against him. In certain cases, such as the epic "Change of a Season," he proves that he has learned a lot about song structure and strong hooks from his pedigree. Bonham can sustain a long, atmospheric rock with a sense of dynamics, but on other tracks, like the hard rocking "Backdoor," he proves that he has not mastered the art of making a memorable barn burner. Still, it is hard to deny that tracks like "Ride on a Dream," "Hold On," and "The Good With the Bad" are fairly successful attempts at recapturing Zeppelin's glory. It is too bad that they are surrounded by some very average filler tracks that are more Poison-influenced than they would probably care to admit. Fans of good hard rock who do not expect something vastly original will be happy; others, especially fans of Zeppelin, may not want to spend their money on this.

Biography

Formed: 1988 in England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Bonham is a heavy metal band founded by drummer Jason Bonham (b. 1967, England), the son of drummer John Bonham, who was a member of Led Zeppelin until his death in 1980. The younger Bonham had played with Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page in 1987, then backed Page along with Zeppelin singer Robert Plant and bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones at a Zeppelin reunion that was part of the celebration of Atlantic Records' 40th anniversary in 1988. He then formed the band Bonham with Ian Hatton (b. 1962,...
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