BOH – Anima [1995]

Country Italy

Style Melodic Hard Rock

Rating 80/100

Band Members Horst Matzneller “Biondo” – Vocals,guitars, Manfred Huber “Cable” – Accordion,synthesizer, Rainer Holler “Rain Man” – Bass,backing vocals, Christian Kofler “Quency” – Guitars, Christian Theiner “Stone” – Drums,backing vocals

Tracks 01. Attrazione Fatale, 02. Cambierei (W. C. M. M.), 03. Leila, 04. Il Selvaggio (The other one), 05. Vita Splendidia, 06. Tu, 07. Indicazzioni, 08. Corraggio, 09. Battaglia Continua, 10. Pazzo Per Amore, 11. Frammenti

Profile BOH are from Italy and they deliver two very hard to find albums (released at a small indie label) and both are very good indie melodic rock indies. “Anima” contains 11 songs of full blown melodic rock at its best. Opener “Attrazione Fatale” starts with a keyboard intro and leads into a real killer aor track with great guitar riffs and a killer hookline in the vein of 80’s Bon Jovi. “Leila” is another great melodic rock tune that combines pumping aor-keys, cool guitar licks and a super memorable chorus to a great aor song that reminds of bands like Preview and Airrace.

The following “Vita Splendidia” is another great uptempo song with massive keyboards and driving guitars and comes along with a hookline that sounds pretty much like Survivor meets Signal. The quality production makes this to a great find for aor lovers who are not only looking for rare and hard to find indie gems, but who are also looking for quality melodic rock and great songs.

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