Album Review: Killing with Kindness by Goodfinger


Album Name: Killing with Kindness
Artist: Goodfinger
Year/Label: 2009 / Composium sounds/Goodfinger

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Goodfinger are a rock band on the rise, their songs have been in tv shows and video games. Their debut album proves this point.

Vocalist Scrappy Calloway has a dynamite voice and the band support her well.

Another Night is a sultry number, with a propulsive chorus. Calloway’s vocals are right on the money.

Ghost is a ballad that relies on Calloway’s delivery and she pulls it off with heart and soul. The songs’ epic scope just screams “movie soundtrack”.

A cover of Squeeze’s Take Me I’m Yours is successfully rendered, Calloway’s seductive vocal effectively underscored by the band.

Love Digitale is a nightclub friendly, densely throbbing song with a saucy chorus. Seth Skolnik’s guitar playing is razor sharp and the chorus strong. Goodfinger are clearly going places.

Track Listing
1 Killing With Kindness
2 Another Night
3 Said and Done
4 Ghost
5 Radio Perfecto
6 Sounds of the City
7 Take Me I’m Yours
8 Love Digitale
9 Untouchable
10 And So We Are Forever

[Goodfinger Official Site]

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