MARIA MCKEE

Late December

2007-05-28

The first half of this album is a soulful, timeless rock album with flair, then it reaches the top of the roller coaster and bursts into flames. As you peek over the top of the hill, you witness Freddie Mercury meet the Rocky Horror Picture Show and are scared. Actually I’m exaggerating, I really like #10, but it is quite apparent that McKee enjoys being dramatic. –Pete

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