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Album Review: Buckcherry - Vol. 10
Buckcherry is back with their tenth studio album, Vol. 10. The album is a collection of 11 tracks that showcases the band's signature sound of hard rock with a Southern rock influence. The album opens with This and That, a high-energy rocker that sets the tone for the rest of the album.
Other standout tracks include "Good Times," "Turn It Up," and "One and Only.”
Vol. 10 is a solid album from start to finish. The band's chemistry is evident in the music, and their vocals are as strong as ever. The album is sure to please fans of Buckcherry, and it may even win over some new ones.
The album is produced by Marti Frederiksen, who has worked with Buckcherry on several previous albums. Frederiksen's production style is a good fit for Buckcherry's sound, and he helps to bring out the best in the band's music.
Vol. 10 is an excellent album for hard rock and southern rock fans. The album is full of catchy songs with powerful vocals and driving guitars. If you're looking for a new album to add to your collection, then Vol. 10 is a great choice.
- This and That
- Good Time
- Keep on Fighting
- Turn It On
- Feels Like Love
- One and Only
- Shine Your Light
- Let's Get Wild
- With You
- Summer of 69
Released By: Round Hill Records
Release Date: June 2, 2023
Favorite Track(s): This and That, Good Time, Keep on Fighting, Turn It On, Let's Get Wild, and With You.