Lee, Franky: There Is No Hell Like Other Peoples Happiness

SKU: 20192785
Franky Lee: There Is No Hell Like Other Peoples Happiness

Lee, Franky: There Is No Hell Like Other Peoples Happiness

SKU: 20192785

Format: CD

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Title: There Is No Hell Like Other Peoples Happiness
Artist: Lee, Franky
Label: Franky Music
UPC: 7320470150986
Genre: Rock

2011 release from the Swedish rockers. With it's explosive, full throttle Rock sound, one would never guess that Franky Lee is the product of a drunken scheme. Yet the brutal energy and epic hooks yielded by this unified and muscular act - which is the brainchild of frontman/guitarist Mathias Färm (Millencolin) and Magnus Hägerås (The Peepshows) - is, in fact, just that. In an era where everything is hyped to death, it's hard to believe a Rock album can be faultless, but the brutal energy and hooks that embody the exceptionally sturdy set-opener "No Motion" roll onward into the fiery, alluring "Genious And Imagination" and the metallic pop of "The Fall of the Greatly Misunderstood". Bringing to mind the Foo Fighters, Samiam, Jimmy Eat World, and stemming from the bands devotion to the Afghan Whigs, the roar of Franky Lee is as majestic as it is melodic.

1.1 No Motion
1.2 Set the Scene
1.3 Genius and Imagination
1.4 The Fall of the Great Misunderstood
1.5 A Cunning Plan
1.6 Death to Myself
1.7 Stone Cold Lazy
1.8 Power Not Truth
1.9 Blinker Beat
1.10 Trust in Me
1.11 I Will Soldier on
1.12 A Man Without a Heart
1.13 Cut the Feeling
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