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Album Review

Former Max Webster head-case Kim Mitchell hits a homer with his first full-length. An esoteric ode to hometown hero Frank Soda, "Go for a Soda" exudes a M.A.D.D. dream while establishing the album's ambiance: brainy boogie with enough punch to prick up the ears and let down the hair (Mitchell's minimizing mane the fount of much comedy in the knee-slapping "Soda" video). Come see the clown's softer side in the poignant "Feel It Burn" and the crystalline "All We Are," then juxtapose with the silly rock songs "That's a Man" and "Diary for Rock & Roll Men," finally injecting Mitchell's unique verve over his stylish chops and the end result is one enjoyable full-bodied lager rager — the kind of cerebral soiree common to the '70s, but rare otherwise. Mitchell's innovations catch up to him in a completely amiable fashion.


Born: 1952 in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in 1952 in Ontario, Canada, Kim Mitchell formed the band Max Webster in 1973. After splitting from the group, he became a solo artist, releasing his self-titled debut in 1982. The follow-up, Akimbo Alogo (1984), was his most successful album; featuring the single "Go for Soda," it went double platinum in Canada. Four albums followed: Shakin'...
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