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We still have the hook-laden, guitar-filled, heavy rock anthems, such as "Hold Me In Your Arms", "Burning Wheels", "Dark Highway", and "Be Love". We still have the signature vocal sound of Colin MacDonald up front and centre, we still have the classic-rock-inspired lead guitar riffs of John Angus MacDonald, and we still have the crunchy, solid bottom end of bassist Jack Syperek and drummer Sean Dalton. All the elements are there that have propelled this quartet to the top of the Canadian charts three CDs in a row.
The difference lies in two things: the production and the introduction of the acoustic guitar as the prominent stringed instrument.
This time the band went with Gus Van Go and Werner F as their production team, ostensibly to get that more modern sound these two are famous for, with previous production credits going to Priestess, the Stills, Caffeine, and others. They got that sound alright, and while I personally prefer the rounder, warmer tones on "Den Of Thieves", there is no denying that "No Time For Later" packs a pretty firm wallop all round, with crisper, more defined sounds from all the instruments and vocals. It is particularly evident in the ferocious "Gun Control", which has Colin raging against the Virginia Tech murders in a way that doesn't leave much of your face left afterwards in a very pleasant way.
It also shows in "Feel The Rain", "Man Of Two Minds" and "Will You Wash Away", all of which bring the acoustic guitar to prominence for the first time in the band's recorded career.Read more ›
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I heard The Trews for the first time on local SW Michigan radio station last night. First thought was...this song rocks! Read morePublished on September 18, 2009 by Anthony Vanlerberghe
I started playing the Trews on my radio station and they have been one of the most requested bands over the last three months. Read morePublished on September 9, 2009 by Bernard Overly
Goldmine gave this a 5-star rating, so I checked it out and agree with that. Sort of a rootsy version of Cheap Trick, with more consistent songwrting, imo.Published on May 21, 2009 by Peter A. Beshuk
I'll be honest, I hadn't heard of The Trews until I heard "Paranoid Freak" and I have yet to check out their earlier albums. I'm pretty impressed with these guys. Read morePublished on April 24, 2009 by Tami Kanas
I love this band. This and all the other disks are amazing. I have been to many shows and highly recommend seeing them live if you get a chance. Read morePublished on February 17, 2009 by M. Reid