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The show’s highlight is his standout impersonation of James Brown.
"From its cocksure and swagger-dripping opening track to the synth-silly final song, Unapologetic makes no apologies and, because of the industry power of the artist concerned, requires none."
The liner notes already hint at a follow-up release, and considering the excellent quality of this album we should expect another triumph.
That is crucial for the success of any group whether it’s a band, a football team, or people working in an office. A good band sounds like one band
The lyrical content of the album paints an image of a dilapidated rural setting: a dustbowl with rusted shoes, tombstones, and a hardworking farmer called Flat Nail Joe.
While his first big career win was with Australian Idol and his tip of the hat to Roy Orbison was a hit, Damien Leith tells Jake Dennis that he deserves to be known as much more than a covers artist.
The album seems short and unsatisfying, especially considering the band’s musical calibre and their catalogue of superb classics.
There’s enough to keep ‘Hoods fans happy...