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Forevermore

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Telsa return in 2008 with their first new studio album since 2004's Into The Now, which debuted on the Billboard Top 200 at #31 and featured the mainstream rock hits: "Caught in a Dream" and "Words Can't Explain". Tesla is a Hard Rock band formed in Sacramento, California in 1984, and they have sold over 16 million albums in the US as of 2008. Forever More is their seventh studio album. This isTesla's first album to be produced by Terry Thomas since 1994's Bust a Nut. The album was engineered by Michael Rosen, who worked with the band on their Into the Now album and marks the first full album of original material for new guitarist Dave Rude.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Forever More
  2. I Wanna Live
  3. One Day at a Time
  4. So What!
  5. Just in Case
  6. Fallin' Apart
  7. Breakin' Free
  8. All of Me
  9. The First Time
  10. PVT. Ledbetter
  11. In a Hole Again
  12. The Game


Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 30, 2015)
  • Original Release Date: June 30, 2015
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: TESLA ELECTRIC CO
  • ASIN: B001EKUI34
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,504 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This release has to rank as one of the Best Hard Rock-Heavy Metal albums of the year, hands down!! Tesla has never really dissapointed music fans with any of their albums. Sure, they have released stronger albums compared to some of their others. But, even (Dare I say) their "weaker" releases are top notch, and put up against other 1980's acts...there is no competition what so ever! Tesla is, like many have said here, one of the most underated rock bands of our time, and I say YOU BET THEY ARE! They tour constantly, put out fantastic albums one after another, and place their fans first!!!! I've been A fan since the first album, and have never looked back. I have also seen them twice in concert. First time in October, 1987 warming up for Def Leppard, and in Early, 1989 warming up for Poison. Both times were jaw dropping incredible experiences!!!! The funny thing is, compared to other bands that were around back in the 80's, and are still putting out material, Telsa is head and shoulders above them all! But, you don't hear the hoopla on the radio and with the media like you now get with acts like Bon Jovi. Such A crime!! If you have never heard of Tesla, or your A new fan, BUY THIS ALBUM!! You will love it, from start to finish! It ranks up there with one of their strongest releases. If you already are A fan, then you probably have this, and know what I mean. If you don't own it, you are missing out on an incredible band, and A fantastic bunch of songs. It's not 1986 anymore...it's 2008...and Telsa is STILL blowing the doors off those other 80's bands, and even the new groups!! An A+ album. And congrats to the band, and A huge thank you for once again another incredible album!!
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This album is very much an upgrade from their last studio effort (of original material) "Into The Now" IMO. Not much filler to speak of, a few low points, but nothing substantial to ruin a very pleasant hard rock record.

"Forever More" is the opening track, a nice mid tempo perhaps rocker that could have benefitted with a time change at around the 3:10 mark to go more for a uptempo heavier feel, like a type of interlude or bridge time change (not so up on musical terms)...but if you remember how a song like "Shine Away" does this, it really livens up the song, and takes it in a different direction for a brief period, and I love stuff like that. Eventually the song does returns to the original tempo and feel it had before. The break it has there anyway is not bad, but I just thought it might go up a notch right in this section to liven up the song.
"Breakin' Free" is another song that could use this formula at the 3:00 mark to really, really break free and rock out I think. Minor points I think, and perhaps it wouldn't work, just a longtime Tesla fan's perspective on a couple things on the CD.

Other than that, the album to me is very uplifting hard rock in true Tesla form. I'll list my favs in order at the end of the review after quite a few listens, as with any new CD from a fav band...there is a lot to absorb. I am happy to report there is very little that is dull about the album, it has so much life and to me is as valid today as if it had come out 10 years ago, maybe 20 years ago? Still listening to it and after 5, 6 runs through it, it hasn't lost anything, and continues to open doors/thoughts on it, so that says alot. Believe me, if I didn't like it, I would explain why....I already nitpicked about a couple sections in songs, so you know I'm honest about it.
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Being a Tesla fan from the 80's,always look forward to anything new...This was well worth looking forward to.It has the trademark rockers and ballads...Jeff Keith knows how to do it and do it right.Pretty much,Frank Hannon,Brian Wheat,Troy Luccketta and Dave Rude are aboard on this one as well to support Keith.Rude taking Tommy Skeoch's place on this one as well as the last album,"Real To Reel",which was an all covers album.Great BTW...All original lineup pretty much. Forever More,I Wanna Live,So What!,Fallin' Apart,Breakin' Free & Pvt. Ledbetter highlight this strong album.If you enjoyed "Into The Now",Real To Reel" and any of the older Tesla,there is no reason to skip this one...Tesla knows how to rock!!!!! get it now!!!
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Forever More is a very good album. After one listen I wanted to give it 4- stars. After listening to Forever More many times over the past few days my opinion has improved. Now, I'd rate FM as 4+ stars.
The similarities in production to Bust a Nut was the first thing that grabbed me. About 1/2 way thru the first listen I thought FM had a similar sound and the same uneven song quality of BaN. However, the second half of the CD is awesome. To be fair, my opinion of the first half has improved significantly with additional listens.
Lyrically FM contains some of Tesla's best stuff (the start of Just in Case not withstanding). Tesla has always had a positive self-reliant outlook. FM is even more so. Songs like So What!, I Wanna Live, The First Time, and a couple others are a refreshing change from the narcissism of most modern rock.
Pvt. Ledbetter is another impressive song. It's not anti-war. Its not pro-war. The song does a remarkable job of just laying out the mixed feelings one has about war (probaby Iraq), and lets the listener draw their own conclusions. For me the song is sad, patriotic and uplifting all at the same time.
I need to mention that In a Hole Again has top notch lyrics.
Sonically FM is a heavier album that most of Tesla's offerings. This is not necessarily due to having more heavy songs (though there are several hard hitters), but due to absence of simple straight ahead acoustic numbers. There are slow songs, but nothing sparsely simple like In a Dream or Love Song.
The highlights for me are many. There are no weak tracks on the album though One Day at a Time and The Game are my least favorite. It's hard to pick only a few standout tracks, but I'll go with So What!, Breakn' Free, PVT Ledbetter, and All of Me as my favorites.
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