Empire – Driven by Rock [1995]

empire_dbrCountry USA

Style Hard Rock

Rating 76/100

Band Members Tim Miskimon – Vocals,guitar,piano,mellotron,organ,bass,drums,percussion,synthesizers, Johnny Blade – Guitar,backing vocals,percussion, Mark Miskimon – Drums,vocals,percussion,piano,octapads, Robbie Nuke – Bass,percussion,piano,synthesizer bass

Tracks 01. Why Why Why (3:20), 02. A New Found Love (2:45), 03. ‘Been Around Momma (2:55), 04. Do You Really Love Me (3:39), 05. Across the City (3:16), 06. Drive by Rock and Roll (3:14), 07. My Life’s on Hold (3:07), 08. Hung on You (2:56), 09. In & Out of Love (4:12), 10. You Can’t Stop Love (3:07), 11. Don’t Cry (3:24), 12. Night Club Home (3:45), 13. It Really Won’t Matter to Me (3:03), 14. Mid-Life Crisis (3:26)

Profile On this album Empire brings together all of the best elements of rock from the 70s, 80s, & 90s and gives it their own unique touch. Influenced by bands such as The Beatles, The Stones, Kiss, Bon Jovi, Etc., Empire offers one of the most versatile releases to come along in years. Tim and Johnny do some very cool guitar work on this album, which is full of some nice melodic rock riffs. The album also includes some very well written and produced rock ballads to go along with the balls to the wall party rock. There is even a country song that closes out this record with a touch of humor.

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