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Album Review

No less hard-rocking than McLaren Furnace Room from two years before, the second album from this promising Canadian band is broader. A new bassist (Ken Tizzard), new lyricist (singer Daniel Greaves) and new producer (Mr. Colson) virtually guarantee some change. But guitarist Joey Serlin still rocks loudly yet lyrically. And the band's urgency is undiminished, although "All Uncovered" showcases its more reflective side, and "Middle East" mixes in some exotic percussion. This is a strong album, full of anger, desire, hope and other strong emotions the band seems to feed off.

Customer Reviews

The Hidden Gem of Canadian Music

Unfortunately they are no longer together but during their tenure The Watchmen were creative and driven musicians. If you are looking for music that is deep, well written and sounds damn good, then this is the group for you. There is not a weak track on this album (in my opinion) which revolves around the song "All Uncovered." Thanks for the music Watchmen ...God Bless!

Truly magnificent follow up to Maclarens Furnace Room Album

This album was rock solid, this band was one of the best in their time.

Biography

Formed: 1988 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Vocalist Danny Greaves, guitarist Joey Serlin, bassist Peter Loewen and drummer Sammy Kohn organized the Watchmen in 1988, releasing their debut album, Maclaren Furnace Room, in 1992. Brand New Day followed...
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