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Manic Drive

Reset and Rewind
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Second album from the ex -OneCross brothers Shawn and Michael Cavallo is their most ambitious effort to date. Offering an eclectic smorgasbord of hip hop, rap, funk and metallic rock ‘Reset and Rewind’ is by far the most interesting rock release of 2007. It doesn’t all work, however, with the unusual ‘Dancefloor’ featuring rapper M.O.C missing the mark along with the downright dull ‘Hope’ featuring Jill Parr. Elsewhere the bruising ‘Obvious’ a hooky modern rock classic, the upbeat ‘Blue’ featuring DC Talk’s Kevin Max and the modern AOR of ‘11 Regrets 1 Flower’ more than make up for the album’s shortcomings. Ably supported by funk orientated ‘NYC Gangsters’, the grooved up ‘L-O-V-E’ or the classy acoustic leanings of ‘Change’, ‘Reset and Rewind’ is clearly 2007’s least formulaic and a truly worthy rock release






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Second album from the ex -OneCross brothers Shawn and Michael Cavallo is their most ambitious effort to date. Offering an eclectic smorgasbord of hip hop, rap, funk and metallic rock ‘Reset and Rewind’ is by far the most interesting rock release of 2007. It doesn’t all work, however, with the unusual ‘Dancefloor’ featuring rapper M.O.C missing the mark along with the downright dull ‘Hope’ featuring Jill Parr. Elsewhere the bruising ‘Obvious’ a hooky modern rock classic, the upbeat ‘Blue’ featuring DC Talk’s Kevin Max and the modern AOR of ‘11 Regrets 1 Flower’ more than make up for the album’s shortcomings. Ably supported by funk orientated ‘NYC Gangsters’, the grooved up ‘L-O-V-E’ or the classy acoustic leanings of ‘Change’, ‘Reset and Rewind’ is clearly 2007’s least formulaic and a truly worthy rock release



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