Album Review: The Decade of by Queen V – New York, NY

queen v.jpg 11Album: The Decade Of
Artist: Queen V
Reviewer: Michael Palmer
iMoveiLive Rating: 5 out of 5
iMoveiLive Rating 5
Radio personality Lou Brutus  once said that he” judge people based solely on the quality of bands on the black concert t-shirts they wear.”  I think that if he saw anyone wearing a shirt of Queen V, he would inevitably think very high of these people and I would be one of those people.
“Decade of” by Queen V was created using music produced between 2005 and 2013. As the public relation company wrote in the press release sent to iMoveiLive said that this album is “filled with one blistering hard rocker after another, featuring the tough yet soulful, passionate and empowered vocals of Queen V, backed by an army of guitar slingers.”  I can honestly say that I don’t know how all music works, I have played the drums in bands and produced music but I must say that I know more about talent and hard work and Queen V is that! The songwriting, voice and the old fashion rock n roll sounds is absolute art and this lady is one break away from becoming a legend.
Queen V has been around for a while and has open for some big names including Bon Jovi and has been on tour with Twisted Sister in 2004. This album takes you through all emotion and the best back to back songs that plays with these emotions are “Die for you” and “Cry for a Minute.” Die for you” sports riff like a “bat of hell” and come with hard lyrics that “put you in a New York State of Mind.” “Cry for a Minute” makes you think and she does a great job making the listener feel her emotion, you “want to lose control” and sing along.  This lady is a great talent and because of this, she receives a 5 out of 5 iMoveiLive approval. Please check out this album release on June 25, 2013 on Royal Noise record imprint.

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