Aug
17

Parcbench.com: Anger Management Review and Contest

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Great review of Anger Management by Greg Victor @ Parcbench.com. At the bottom of the article, you have a chance to win a copy of the album. Click here for the review and the contest details.


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“Another Whiskey” – The expressive side of Kyle Turley comes across in the organ-dripping, piano-driven soulful testament. This one starts the album off like a newly lit match.

“Flyin’ Helmets” – OK, this is a classic. If you wonder what an all-star football legend has to say about the subject (but don’t want to wait years and read some autobiography written by a ghost-writer), listen to this indictment of the pro game. Kyle Turley puts more truth (and names more names) in this 4-minute, 40-second song than most football autobiographies could put into an entire book anyway. Did I mention that I can’t stop playing this song as loudly as possible ever since I first heard it?

“Anger Management” – This song is about being misunderstood. It is an anthem for those strong enough to stand up against being labeled and micromanaged through life. The song has an accumulative and increasingly dramatic build. Don’t let yourself get boxed in, physically or mentally. It’s a course in Kyle Turley 101 all the way.

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  • Another MUST DOWNLOAD for any member of the WHO DAT NATION is “My Soul Bleeds Black and Gold”. This song is amazing and expresses how ALL saints fans feel, at least in my opinion!

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