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Album Review

Bands influenced by vintage Southern rock (à la Lynyrd Skynyrd) and boogie metal (à la AC/DC) have become quite commonplace during the early 21st century, specifically within the realm of hard rock/heavy metal. But in the late '80s and early '90s, not so much. So for a band like Little Caesar (whose influences can be traced back to the two aforementioned groups), they were looked upon as a bit of an anomaly by all the hair-sprayed spandex rockers infiltrating the metal scene at the time. Despite causing a minor splash with a cover of "Chain of Fools" and a low-charting self-titled debut on Geffen Records in 1990 (as well as an opening spot on Kiss' Hot in the Shade tour), Little Caesar never truly connected with the metal masses. And even though they continued to issue releases over the years (albeit on a sporadic basis), Little Caesar largely sunk without a trace. However, in 2009, the lads were ready to give it another shot with the album Redemption. As with their earlier albums, you'll find an album highly derivative of — once more — Skynyrd and AC/DC, as heard on such tracks as "Same Old Story," "Supersonic," and the title track, among others. And you'll even find a head-scratching cover selection — a blues-rock makeover of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's hippie anthem "Woodstock." Fans of such fellow heavily tattooed/blues metal regurgitators as Buckcherry will find some familiar sounds here.

Customer Reviews

Redemption Time Has Come

Long awaited album from this truly great band. The cover songs featured on the album are done with style. These guys are true musicians and have long awaited new music. Songs rock, Vocals amazing, and look forward to seeing them play live. Keep Rocking Little Caesar.

Little Caesar Keeps Their Sound Alive

They didn't try to change or update or even get on the radio. They just continued to do what they were doing 20 years ago. This has gotten a ton of plays on my IPOD since I bought it. Production stripped a little compared to earlier CDs, but it only makes it more real. Great band; I wish the US radio stations would start playing this kind of 'real' rock 'n' roll again.

Love Me Some Little Caesar

This is a very good album, not quite up to the standards as the EP, the debut self-titled album or Influenece, which all rate five stars in my opinion. Still, this is a must-have for Little Caesar fans and a strong return to form after a 17 year absence (save the hodge-podge release "This Time It's Different"). Favorite tunes are "Supersonic," "That Was Yesterday" and "Loving You Is Killing Me." Each of those are five star songs.

One minor complaint is my mp3s sound a little "tinny." I don't know if that's a production value thing, or an isolated incident as the video for "Supersonic" didn't seem to have that problem. Still, it's great music from a late 80s early 90s favorite band.

Hard Rock aficianados will love this album.


Genre: Rock

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

Little Caesar seemed to have everything going for them. Signed to powerhouse Geffen Records at the height of the late-'80s hair metal craze; armed with a solid, Bob Rock-produced hard rock debut; and with wunderkind producer John Kalodner (the man responsible for Aerosmith's miraculous rebirth) guiding their career, the Los Angeles-based quintet was poised to ride the dependable, normally smooth-running Geffen production line on the fast-track to stardom. But there was one small problem: Little Caesar...
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  • $8.91
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Nov 05, 2010

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