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With this 2001 release, Dream Theater vocalist James LaBrie follows up his relatively successful 1999 solo effort, Keep It to Yourself. Once again, the vocalist garners support from guitarist Mike Keneally — along with Magna Carta's roster keyboardist, Trent Gardner, and others — for this progressive/hard rock outing brought by the band known as Mullmuzzler. As one might expect, LaBrie delivers the goods in a rather powerful and at times commanding fashion amid the band's often-thunderous rhythms, scorching guitars, and textural synths. Essentially, LaBrie projects his voice rather well atop a series of straight-four rockers, odd-metered excursions, and keyboardist Matt Guillory's delicately rendered motifs, whether performing on acoustic piano or electric keys. Thus, soloing is kept to a minimum here, yet midway through this production a sense of invariability hovers over the proceedings, largely due to the unwavering flow and disproportionate similarities of these compositions. However, the band does eventually deviate from the plan a bit, as they delve into acoustic/electric interludes in conjunction with LaBrie's heartfelt balladry and some memorably melodic hooks provided by Guillory. Otherwise, it may be prudent to suggest that the final moments do not compensate for a lack of strong material.


Born: 1963 in Penetanguishene, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s

Singer, songwriter, and musician Kevin James LaBrie was born in Penetanguishene, Ontario, Canada, in the spring of 1963. He probably inherited his extensive love of music from his father and that side of his family. By the time the younger LaBrie was old enough to enter school, he was already singing and playing drums for his own fun and for that of his impressed family. When he was ten he joined his brother, father, and uncle in a barbershop quartet that performed locally. As a teen, LaBrie moved...
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  • £7.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 11 September 2001

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