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Trust Company - True Parallels
by Keelan Kirby

For Trust Company fans the long awaited True Parallels album is finally here.  However does Trust Co. sophomore album live up to the expectations that were set by their debut album The Lonely Position of Neutral. Kevin Palmer (singer) makes this comment about their latest album, "hopefully it can help others overcome hard times in their lives, to feel less alone."  Does this mean that the band has gone soft?  Absolutely not.  The album starts hard and fast with the single "Stronger" and carries that flow throughout the album.

The band did however do a bit of experimenting with their latest effort.  They decided to wind the clock back 20 years and do some experimenting with the 80's.  In covering the Clash's 1983 release "Rock the Casbah" they further define who they are, they also succeeded in perfectly updating "Rock the Casbah" all the way to 2005.

While there are a few surprises on this album it was perfectly designed and carried the common theme of protecting yourself from external forces that can tear you apart.  True to Kevin's comment this hard rocking album can help lift you up and carry you through with its hard rock melody and meaningful lyrics.  Trust Company seemed to hit the nail on the head and really drive this album home.  Their sophomore album is definitely a success. The only downfall they seem to have is the slightly mundane melody, however they are still a fairly new band and have definitely made a strong presence on the rock stage.

CD Info 

Trust Company - True Parallels
Label: Geffen
War Is Over, The
Reflection, The
Breaking Down
Someone Like You
Crossing The Line
Without A Trace
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