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The Alarms – Real Tough Love (2014)

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The Alarms – Real Tough Love (2014)

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01. The Axe
02. Make it Better
03. Break it Easy
04. The Only One
05. The One You Can’t Replace
06. May My Heart be Cast into Stone
07. Avalon
08. Famous Kids
09. Happy Birthday
10. Real Tough Love

Robert Gay (vocals, guitar), 
Anthony Jorissen (keyboards, BGV), 
Stephen Puckett (drums, percussion on 3,4,6,8.10), 
Brett Resnick (pedal steel on 5), 
Zach Robinson (drums, percussion on 1,2,5,7,9), 
Brady Surface (bass, BGV).

 

The Alarms’ new full-length doesn’t hew to power-pop principles throughout its 10-song run — the Nashville group takes a few excursions into gratifying but innocuous pop. But Real Tough Love contains some fine examples of post-’80s power pop, and lead singer and guitarist Robert Gay even pulls off a uncannily good Zombies pastiche titled “Avalon.” From Nashville, Gay played in a ska-punk band before forming The Alarms, and he acquits himself admirably on Real Tough’s “Famous Kids,” which explores the garage-rock side of power pop. Meanwhile, the band covers Denny Randell and Sandy Linzer’s “May My Heart Be Cast Into Stone,” a 1966 hit for the American female vocal group The Toys. “May My Heart” features guitars that chime and harmonize, and the band recasts a great, half-forgotten song. The Alarms really dig into their formalism — they may even mean it. ---Edd Hurt, nashvillescene.com

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