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WHITE WIDDOW - Serenade

WHITE WIDDOW - Serenade

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Another plus about “Serenade” is the very dynamic and perfectly balanced production. The friends of TREAT, ROXUS and NEWMAN shouldn’t hesitate any longer – go and get a copy of WHITE WIDDOW’s sophomore album. It’s a true winner!

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It’s just 11 months ago when WHITE WIDDOW released their promising debut album. Even though there wasn’t much time to improve and to write and record a new album, “Serenade” outmatches its predecessor in all departments. Songwriting wise the band did a great leap forward and so it comes that the 10 new songs sound even catchier. The opener “Cry Wolf” is a shining example for the band’s immense development. Introduced by some Russ Ballard-like keyboards the song turns into a straight Melodic Rock anthem with a punchy chorus and some very melodic vocals by Jules Millis. The fans of ROXUS and TREAT will love the song! The same applies to the following “Strangers In The Night”. Maybe its chorus is not that punchy, but even more melodic instead. If you liked ROXUS “Nightstreet” album, then you will adore it. Next it the super-slick mid-tempo track “Do You Remember Me” which shows the band’s DEF LEPPARD and BB STEAL influences. Further highlights on “Serenade” are the keyboard-driven “How Far I Run” which would have fit well on TREAT’s “Organized Crime” record, the early 80’s reminiscent “Show Your Card” (remember THE ARROWS) and the high-flying “Love Won’t Wait” which plays with some cool tempo changes. Another plus about “Serenade” is the very dynamic and perfectly balanced production. The friends of TREAT, ROXUS and NEWMAN shouldn’t hesitate any longer – go and get a copy of WHITE WIDDOW’s sophomore album. It’s a true winner! Tracklist: 01:Cry Wolf 02:Strangers In The Night 03:Do You Remember 04:Reckless Nights 05:How Far I Run 06:Serenade 07:Show Your Cards 08:Mistake 09:Patiently 10:Love Won't Wait

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