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Album Review

With their second album Glow, Reef refused to change direction at all, even hiring Black Crowes producer George Drakoulias to work on the record. While Glow is essentially the same batch of Stones/Faces riffs and hoarse, soulful singing, it is more focused and better than its predecessor, and while it isn't particularly original, it is inspired. A handful of songs, particularly singles like "Place Your Hands" and "Consideration," are terrific, even if they are a bit too "classic" for their own good.

Customer Reviews


Why has no one written a review for this album, it is amazing


This album is so good. One of my top albums of all time!

Blast out at Full Volume

This, in my opinion, is one of the best, yet most underrated albums in music history. Get the volume up and sing/shout along to your hearts content. Awesome riffs from Kenwyn (sorry to see you go - but good luck with Goldray!), thumping bass lines from Jack, solid beats from Dom and that unmistakable voice of Gary's makes for a highly enjoyable album. Highlights for me - Summer's in bloom and Higher Vibration. There are NO low points. 6/5 in my opinion.


Formed: 1993

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Emerging at the height of Brit-pop, Reef had little in common with their British peers -- instead of sounding like an amaglam of the Beatles, the Jam and Stone Roses, they were indebted to the Stones and the Black Crowes -- but through constant touring, as well as being featured in a television commercial for Sony's Minidisc player, they managed to cultivate a large fan-base which expanded significantly with the release of their second album, Glow. Comprised of Gary Stringer (vocals), Kenwyn House...
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