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Bringing Down The Giant

by Saving Abel

Bringing Down The Giant by Saving Abel

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Bringing Down The Giant

by Saving Abel

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Label: eOne Music
For the most part, Bringing Down the Giant mirrors Saving Abel's previous albums: post-grunge slugfests softened with soaring choruses and high-polish production. There are, however, a few curveballs. The most obvious example is the oddly titled "Michael Jackson's Jacket," a twang-infused funk-rocker about a sexy babe who sports MJ's red leather get-up from the Thriller years. Her bewildering fashion sense is a major turn on for singer Jared Weeks, but it also poses a problem in terms of getting naked -- as he points out: "You know, we'd get their quicker/ if it weren't for all those zippers."

About This Album

For the most part, Bringing Down the Giant mirrors Saving Abel's previous albums: post-grunge slugfests softened with soaring choruses and high-polish production. There are, however, a few curveballs. The most obvious example is the oddly titled "Michael Jackson's Jacket," a twang-infused funk-rocker about a sexy babe who sports MJ's red leather get-up from the Thriller years. Her bewildering fashion sense is a major turn on for singer Jared Weeks, but it also poses a problem in terms of getting naked -- as he points out: "You know, we'd get their quicker/ if it weren't for all those zippers."

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About This Album

For the most part, Bringing Down the Giant mirrors Saving Abel's previous albums: post-grunge slugfests softened with soaring choruses and high-polish production. There are, however, a few curveballs. The most obvious example is the oddly titled "Michael Jackson's Jacket," a twang-infused funk-rocker about a sexy babe who sports MJ's red leather get-up from the Thriller years. Her bewildering fashion sense is a major turn on for singer Jared Weeks, but it also poses a problem in terms of getting naked -- as he points out: "You know, we'd get their quicker/ if it weren't for all those zippers."