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Album Review

This, the Skydiggers fourth release, is also their first for a major label (Warner Music). Their first three albums were released by the small company FRE, but distributed through EMI Music. The move to a major label did not seem to have a major effect on them, however. This album is full of their trademark harmonies, tight playing, and folk-based rock songs, all tied together to present a very strong album. As usual, they experiment with sound (as in the chilling "Down in the Hole"), but the strength of this group lies in their infectious melodies. They do get somewhat more electric, but the acoustic guitars are not far behind. The more acoustic numbers highlight the album, but in good balance so as to hold the listener's attention. As usual, Andy Maize's vocals are amazing, but Peter Cash is able to demonstrate his singing talents by taking lead vocals on several of the songs (essentially the ones he wrote). It is worth noting that he left the band following the release of this CD. Overall, a very strong album, full of great songs.


Formed: 1987 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

For two decades the Skydiggers have been integral members of Canada's vibrant folk-rock scene, garnering considerable critical acclaim and community support despite repeated industry setbacks and limited commercial success. Inspired to write songs after attending a concert by the Hi-Fi's (later Blue Rodeo) at the Cabana Club in Toronto, founding member Josh Finlayson formed an acoustic duo with Andy Maize in 1988, quickly attracting attention with their strong melodic vocal harmonies. With the additions...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Aug 15, 1995

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