Review: Robot Safari
On this CD by Robot Safari there are four songs:
- Brighter Days
- Darker Days
- Leaving Purgatory
- Can’t We Just Get Along?
I shall start with Can’t We Just Get Along? This song is the first song on the disc, it has quite an upbeat intro, and a pretty groovy drum line to it, with an overall air of ska music, with a hint of grunge mixed in, but still a good listen.
Leaving Purgatory - This one has a more upbeat intro and starts off the vocals with “Things have become more clear when I have drunk”, personally I feel that this may be a concern to some people who have issues with drinking alcohol, however I do believe that the song is a good listen and I enjoyed the words and beat as I listened to the whole song through; I would happily put this onto my iPod and blast out on the bus.
Darker Days – Again another upbeat intro, this song however talks about excess baggage and past experiences, but also looks forward to tomorrow and the future, the unknown, looking towards, what we are going to do for the good times to forget about the darker times that are behind us, another one that I would happily have on my iPod.
Brighter Days – This songs intro was more mellow and subtle, the initial vocals coming through were quiet and calm singing about the weather, and how it was raining, and about the thunder that comes with a storm, I found this song to be a bit repetitive at parts, but overall it was a very good song.
In conclusion I felt that this was a good CD, I enjoyed listening to it, and I will do many more times in the future when I have put it on my iPod. I would recommend this to anyone who likes to hear from new and up-and-coming talent; Robot Safari will go far, I can see it now.