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ANYONE'S DAUGHTER 'Wrong' Inside Out (2004)

Anyone’s Daughter started back in the 70’s but after calling it a day in the 80’s they only reformed some years later, releasing ‘Danger World’ in 2001. Now they are back with a new album and one with lyrical themes heavily influenced by the past few years since 9/11.

‘The Wrong’ features some great synths (as to does ‘Miscellaneous’) underpinning lyrics about the evils in this world. Vocalist Andre Carswell has a very melodic vocal, which suits the music well. ‘Helios Unloaded’ could be Kansas meets Styx’s keyboards, whilst ‘Happy Go Lucky’ is a slice of pop rock that could easily succeed as a single. For keyboard fans like myself there are some wonderful passages on here and lots of special effects going on in the background as well.

High quality music and the band’s fans will obviously relish this new album. A pleasant surprise for me and the music really sinks in after a few plays. If you enjoy bands like Eloy, Styx and Kansas then certainly try this album out.

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Review by Jason Ritchie

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***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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