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CRANE The Fall Of Time
Hangmans Joke Records (2006)


Hailing from Canada, Crane have been around for a while, now, 1999 to be exact. This is their first full length release, after an EP that was sold out within two months.

Crane plays a spirited brand of rock, well maybe hard rock, with modern leanings. The sound is vibrant, yet loose and a very live feel to everything. Eleven songs, all seem to flow together.

I can't really name a standout track; they all are of the same quality. Thing is, I can't remember too much about, 'The Fall Of Time'. Not that I'd say it's bad, it's just got nothing that stands out and make me want to play the album again and again.

A good solid slab of modern rock, Kerrang! readers might like this in a big way.


Review by Graham Boyle

© 2006 Hangmans Joke Records. All rights reserved.

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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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