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Customer Reviews

Killah Album!!!!

You gotta check it out!!!!!!

Killah fun!

Patrick Benti has put together a monster fun outfit with HAARD. The band, Ed Mortenson on drums and Jeff Eager on bass are an extremely energetic trio. Savour the Flavour has an entirely unselfconscious air about it. It take left turns when you least expect it. It ziggs into prog-rock territory just when you thought it was gonna zag into a pop-tune.

It's got some great pedigreed players and production on it. Availing his long friendship with the Big Wreck guys, Ian Thornley, Dave Henning and Mike Mangini of Steve Via and Extreme, he tapped them to add to the mix. Their involvement, however seems to be subverted to the overall HAARD fun. They permeate the sound more than take solo spins on the tracks. This seems to be a result of John Whynot's whimsical production. I mean that in a good way. The entire CD is tight in it's performance but very loose in a "catchy-party" way. I cannot get some of these tunes out of my head.

Standout tracks include:
Savour the Flavour, the title track, carries on this attitude with a more positive conclusion; it all works out in the end. The backing vocals pump and the track weaves in and out. It's got a Coheed and Cambria, pace without the ponderous sci-fi overtones.

Confidential has wonderfully loping rhythm that sounds totally Big Wreck/Thornley to me. Nice accent chords break up and punctuate with a pinchy forward and backward eastern guitar weaving behind. There are parts that almost have a Def Leppard feel to the chorus - "I'm terrified". I really like this track!!!

Eclipse is a poppy beautiful ballad. Patrick sounds sweet and earnest but his voice is so unique that it stands out from the usual fare, to me. This is a "current" radio-friendly track, for sure.

AND my fave! Karate Chop embeds itself in your mind with an infectious riff and sing along "Do do do do do do doot!" This track sums up the tongue-in-cheek fun that pervades the entire CD but belies the stellar songwriting, production and musicianship.

Spend the cash, enjoy the fun.

Best music I've heard in ages!!

This is some seriously great stuff. If you don't get it you're missing out!

Savour the Flavour, Haard
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