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CD REVIEW: The Love Load - The Human Resourceful
By Jean-Baptiste Collinet - 11/23/2010 - 11:47 AM EST

Artist: Band: The Love Load
Album: The Human Resourceful
Genre: Progressive Rock/Jam band
CD Review: Why wreck a blank canvas?

It's an open door to imagination, so, I ask again: why wreck it?

The Human Resourceful don't allow the listener to imagine, to wander.

The Love Load push their music to the listener the harder they can, instead.

I don't know about you, but I love when someone talks to me, not at me. Do you understand what I mean?

Talking to someone is letting room for this someone to answer.

Talking at someone is utterly selfish. It screams: listen to me! There is no room for an answer.

This issue totally ruins The Love Load's excellent musicianship and songwriting!


I usually encourage boldness and even irreverence, I love musos who ditch the user's manual and write their own rules...

I wish I could give you an A, but that would be lying. To you, to the listeners, and to me.

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