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 ...that 70's thing 
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Post ...that 70's thing
After listening to it many times today it hit me. The CD has a 70’s sort of strong song writing beefy hook type of thing happening. It reminds me of bands like Humble Pie early Montrose, Free and other bands that were huge in that time frame. I’m glad Racer X didn’t make another “Second Heat” or “Superheroes”. It wouldn’t be much growth if they repeated themselves over and over again.

I can tell the songs off of Getting Heavier are going to be huge when played live. The mix of the band on the CD is incredible. I can hear everyone clearly. The Bass is huge but doesn’t get in the way and the drums. The vocals fit nicely over the band. Paul’s guitar tone is perfect for each song. The drums are huge but aren’t overwhelming. Nice mix!!

This is Racer X in the 21st century! Getting Heavier…

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Tue Dec 31, 2002 5:26 am
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The kick drum and bass on Go-GG-Go is's a "100 buck" sound.

eh Chad?

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