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Following a decade-long hiatus and the subsequent reunion spearheaded by front man, Gavin Rossdale, British rockers, Bush have released a sparkly new album. The Sea of Memories is not quite what old fans may expect, though it seems to me that it’s the right step towards a hearty and forceful comeback that might actually give them a few more years in the business. The first indication of discrepancy between this release and those prior is Rossdale’s choice of producer. This [...]
Having never been much of a fan of Bush, it was challenging to approach the band’s new album from a critical standpoint, rather than dismissing it out of hand as I’d done with its other albums. It wasn’t a question of disliking the music. The sound Bush presented in the context of grunge rock wasn’t better or worse than any of it’s contemporaries. It was a question of what I felt was needless and deliberate lyrical obscurity. A verse like, [...]
Coming out after an eight-year hiatus, “grunge” rock band Bush, is making a statement with their new album, The Sea of Memories. Bush, which was originally formed in London around 1992, returns only two of its original members, adding Corey Britz and Chris Traynor to its line-up. A lot can change in eight years, but this didn’t shy lead vocalist, Gavin Rossdale, away from trying to make a comeback. Formerly called, Everything Always Now, this call for redemption album still [...]