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AIRBOURNE No Guts No Glory Roadrunner (2010)


Aussie rockers and heirs apparent to AC/DC have had major success since they released their debut album 'Runnin' Wild', so much so that in the UK they are already filling Hammersmith Apollo sized venues. Their new album contains no surprises but then again their heroes AC/DC are not known for musical surprises!

Safe to say if you enjoyed their debut album then this new album will be right up your street. It is one of those albums where every song is a fist pumping anthem and any of these songs you could imagine transferring well into the live arena.

Pick of the bunch are 'Born To Kill' for its killer chorus, the very AC/DC sounding (including the title) 'Chewin' The Fat' and 'Steel Town', which features one of the album's best guitar solos.

This album just shades the debut album for me as the band really seemed to have found their groove and along with Kortini and Bonafide ensure that the no nonsense rock 'n' roll of AC/DC is in safe hands for the future.


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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