- Release Date:
- Sbme Special Mkts.
Performance CreditsSR-71 Primary Artist
Mitch Allan Guitar,Vocals
Jeff Reid Bass,Vocals
Mark Beauchemin Guitar,Vocals
Kevin Kadish Background Vocals
John Allen Drums,Vocals
Technical CreditsDavid Bendeth Producer
Neal Avron Producer,Engineer
Jim Ebert Engineer
Butch Walker Producer,Engineer
Arnold Geher Computer Engineering
Frank Harkins Art Direction
Mitch Allan Producer,Engineer
Howard Karp Computer Editing
Jeff Hanson Management
Rich Isaac Computer Editing
Mark Mercado Management
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Tomorrow based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
I was a little skeptical when purchasing this album because I knew it wouldn't be the same SR-71 from Now You See Inside, but I have just been totally amazed at the new music. And the new drummer is great as well. The best track on here, in my opinion, is Hello, Hello...the whole thing is great, though, so check it out!!
The new album is totally awesome!!!
SR-71's new album, Tomorrow, is wonderful follow up to their first album, Now You See Inside. The boys definitly have matured in their time on the road. My favorite song is My World. This album also includes a remake of Non-Toxic which was previously released in Japan. If you love rock, add this album to your collection
This new cd is so awesome, the lyrics are intense, and every beat only brings a smile to one's face. They are such a talented band, that really show some staying power in the ever competitive music world! Buy the cd, a true fan of rock music would not regret it!
This album is great. I was really impressed by it. My favorite song would have to be My World but they are all good songs. I would recommend this to anyone. If you get a chance go see them in concert.
Wow I got this CD just a couple of days ago and I am blown away of how much these guys improved since their debut. Fresh off with a brand new sound, they deliver "Tomorrow" with incredible intensity from the first track to the very last track which is a remix of Non-toxic found on their debut. Lyrical impression greatly talks about relationships that have not gone well. Lyrically, Mitch improved with song writing on this CD. Musically it is more aggressive and edgier than what "Now You See Inside" showcased. Drumming was crushing through the whole CD making you want to bash your head against the wall because the drumming and guitar sounds, including bass, flowed beautifully through the whole CD. Yes it is heavy but it does have melodic moments as well found on many parts of the CD. "Tomorrow" first single has a chorus that really will make you go crazy repeating it over and over in your brain. An incredible, yet beautiful CD from a sophomre effort by SR-71. "Hello Hello" is my favorite song because I almost said the exact words to my ex. This is gaurenteed to make you cry. From the old CD I believe the 6th track was a big step in writting for this new CD.
I bought the cd because I love their song, Tomorrow. However, I wasn't impressed with the rest of the songs. They were way too repetitive and not as fun as their previous album. The refrains got old, and it seemed like there wasn't enough verses.