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Album Review

Lullacry's debut album openly displays the Finnish quintet's commitment to middle-1980s pop-metal. The 11 tracks of slick, unthreatening rock that make up Be My God owe as much to Lita Ford as they do to Dokken — lead singer Tanya's "scorned lover" persona follows in a tradition that began with Pat Benatar and continued through Patty Smyth's Scandal, but ended with the far more potent post-feminist stance of the riot grrrls in the early '90s. The guitars are de-tuned for a touch of modern metal crunch, but otherwise this is pretty light stuff.


Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s

Lullacry are a melodic, female-fronted hard rock outfit from Finland whose music, while occasionally borrowing from goth, remains firmly planted in the realm of pop metal. The earliest incarnation of the band appeared under the name Coarse in the mid- to late '90s; that lineup released a demo called Downwards, and was featured on the Suomi Finland Perkele compilation album. After several lineup changes, the group hired lead vocalist Tanya, whose singing style -- a somewhat edgy but ultimately mainstream...
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Be My God, Lullacry
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  • 10,99 €
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: 18 September 2001

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