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Album Review

Swing Swang Swung, Guardian's third release, is a failed experiment with acoustic folk music. While a few chords and riffs appear in the songs from time to time, the balance on the album is poor and most of the melodies fail to even be catchy. No matter how hard it tries, "The Way Home Back" never provides a decent hook and is just as dull as the rest of the album. Swing Swang Swung is hardly as strong as any of Guardian's previous music, and it shows a midpoint of departure from their classic rock & roll, evident on their follow-up, Buzz.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

With musical influences centered around such bands as Guns N' Roses and Motley Crue, Guardian has become a powerful force in the gospel music industry. The Christian rockers, best known for such hits as "Power of Love" and "Shoeshine Johnny," have forged their way into the '90s with modern gospel metal. Guardian was originally known as "Fusion" by its founders, bassist David Bach and vocalist Paul Cawley. Along with drummer Rikk Hart and guitarist David Caro, the band played at local gigs throughout...
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