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Not to be confused with the band who released some demos back in 1987.

 

From hearyoumusic.co

Jett Blakk, the hard-rocking band based in Kansas City, announces the world-wide release their first single, “Rock Revolution” on August 5. “Rock Revolution” is the title track off their upcoming album by the same name that is set to release on August 19.

“I wanted to do a Rock album that had the integrity of the 80’s with a Millennium modernness that was bona fide with a Grammy award winning engineer.” –Tommy Law

“Rock Revolution” was produced by Grammy winning producer Mitch Malloy. It is a full album of massive choruses and melodies with staying power that appeals to generations.

 

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Tracks:
01. Rock Revolution
02. It’s Time
03. Let Love Win
04. Holy Grail
05. It’s True
06. Caught Up In The Moment
07. Pretend
08. Wild
09. Bed of Memories
10. Cold
11. Life Goes On

 

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Very, very safe and sounds meekly produced, but I'd love to hear some of the less banal tracks. I won't write this one off yet.

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News from FB:

Band members Tommy Barton Jr. (vocals) and Polo Staber (guitars) are currently busy writing and recording new material in Florida. The new Jett Blakk songs are slated to be released sometime in early 2019 and feature special guests Joel Hoekstra and Rudy Sarzo (whitesnake)!

 

In the meanwhile, tracks from the debut:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Never heard of them. Sounds okay, but average production lets it down. 

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On 8/19/2016 at 10:04 PM, Geoff said:

Very, very safe and sounds meekly produced, but I'd love to hear some of the less banal tracks. I won't write this one off yet.

Lol... guess I didn't follow up on this... 

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