||Right Now (Intro)||Brad Walsh||2:05||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||When the Glitter Washes Away||Brad Walsh||3:33||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||Secret Eater||Brad Walsh||3:21||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||Father||Brad Walsh||3:18||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||Addicted to the Beat||Brad Walsh||3:38||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||D.F.W.M.||Brad Walsh||3:13||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||Cheetah||Brad Walsh||3:56||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||Slow a Body Down||Brad Walsh||3:21||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||Drive Into You||Brad Walsh||3:09||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||Hands On||Brad Walsh||3:35||$0.99||View in iTunes|
The Evolution of a True Juggernaut
Brad Walsh has continued to amaze me with what he does in the world of music. His album "Human Nature" is amazing, and "Right Now" continues to show his evolution as an artist. By being personal, Walsh makes some of his STRONGEST and powerful tracks yet. DFWM (about his experiences getting punched by a truck driver) is catchy, even with lyrics playing the story out. His singles from this one, "Addicted to the Beat" and "Cheetah" are wonderful as well, and the entire album's cohesion is PERFECT.
My personal favorite out of this is "Father" — another personal track, mixing the best of Walsh's lyrics and techno skills. The end result is probably his single best track to date, even more than his remake of "Two of Hearts" which is what made me fall in love with his skills in the first place.
Brad continues to impress me with his dedication to the arts, and I am so proud of him for this album.
(Full disclosure: In January 2011 I interviewed Brad as a guest for my radio show) ~Matt
Love Love Love
This album has been on repeat since June 14th. Intelligent, dark, electropop perfection.
Right On is right on track with the "fresh" hits I've grown never to doubt Brad Walsh to deliver
Right Now is brilliant. However, my listening to it and "singing" along while "dancing" (flailing my arms and head around) whilst driving my car may prove to be a danger to those around me. This album, **which includes my personal favorites: "Secret Eater," "Slow a Body Down," & "Hands On"** delivers such uplifting-fun-danceable-sing along worthy songs one after the other, any of which I'm sure anyone would love hearing out at a club. I commend Brad Walsh, as I find it much more fulfilling and respectable (not only to the consumer, but the artist as well) when artists take such pride in their talents and write their own songs. All-in-all, a superb album that will forever shine in its originality and recognition for its contribution to pop music.