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Album Review

Cry of Love's debut was a near-perfect fusion of classic British hard-rock influences (read Free) and Southern rock sensibility, bringing a refreshing honesty to the dreary radio landscape of the early '90s. Vocalist Kelly Holland's gritty delivery (at times reminiscent of Billy Squier) is a perfect foil for the Hendrix flourishes of guitarist Audley Freed, resulting in stellar moments like "Highway Jones," "Pretty as You Please," and the grinding "Hand Me Down." Vying for the crown as the band's best song are the two radio staples: "Bad Thing" with its thumping bassline and effusive hand claps, and "Peace Pipe," a genuine counter-culture anthem for the '90s.

Customer Reviews


If you like Free, Lynyrd Sk, the Stones, Bad Company, Led Zep, you'll love CoL. I saw this band years ago in London's Soho & they were utterly brilliant for hours on end - second only to GnR at the Marquee in '87 in terms of audience excitement & engagement. Now I can relive it. Time to reform & tour again lads?


Came across this band a few month ago and bought both their albums. This is a fantastic album, it's very simple but the guitar work is amazing. Shame they only did two albums! it's an album you can listen to over and over again.


Formed: 1990 in Raleigh, NC

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

After a couple years of slogging it out down in the South, Cry of Love released their debut album, Brother, in 1993. Cry of Love was not cut from the same cloth as most of the '90's hard rock bands. Instead of sludgy Sabbath steals, punk rips, or grunge, the band faithfully recreated the classic hard rock sounds of the '70s. From Bad Company to Lynyrd Skynyrd, all of the staples of classic rock could be heard in their music; guitarist Audley Freed wrote riffs that...
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