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Everyone I know who listens to these guys loves them.the new album is as good as the early albums.its a shame the powers that be don't let us hear them on radio and tv,if they did tyketto wld be giants.only the lucky ones will have the pleasure of hearing these guys tell all your friends and go see them live .

It's like they never went away….

Dig In Deep has taken a good few years to get to Tyketto fans. It follows Strength In Numbers and the highly thought of Don't Come Easy both released in the 90's. This does not disappoint from the classic Tyketto sound in Faithless to the hard rocking guitar in The Fight Left In Me to the beautiful This Is How We Say Goodbye. With each listen it gets better and better. Danny Vaughn's lyrics are fabulous and the catchy chorus on each track brings you along for the ride. Definitely one for any melodic rock fan and for Tyketto fans a welcome return for the boys.

Something missing.

Having listened to it for three or four times I feel there is something missing. It feels like they have gone the way of another band (from New Jersey?) who had good, fun riff based songs and went to Nashville to write acoustic type life story songs!
Also, I can't blame a cassette copy for this. Or a worn stylus...but I can't hear the bass guitar!! There appears to be no bass guitar present!
Is that what is missing?!
The songs do grow on you but the [production is thin. The jury is out!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Hard rock outfit Tyketto was formed by previous D.O.A. frontman Danny Vaughn in 1989 following the dissolution of his previous band, Waysted. Guitarist Brooke St. James, bassist Jimi Kennedy, and drummer Michael Clayton rounded out the original lineup, which took its name from a graffiti tag scrawled across a Brooklyn wall. Tyketto's Richie Zito-produced debut, Don't Come Easy, appeared on Geffen in 1991, promoted with a U.K. tour in support of White Lion; in mid-tour, Kennedy left the lineup, however,...
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Dig in Deep, Tyketto
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  • £4.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 20 April 2012

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