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Midnite City – There Goes The Neighbourhood


5.0 (2 reviews)

Rob Wylde (guitar)
Pete Newdeck  (drums, backing vocals)
Miles Meakin (guitar)
Shawn Charvette (keyboards)
Josh Williams (bass)

Produced by: Pete Newdeck
Engineered by: Pete Newdeck
Mixed by: Pete Newdeck
Mastered by: Harry Hess

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Following on from their explosive self-titled debut album last year, MIDNITE CITY return all guns blazing with their sophomore release ‘THERE GOES THE NEIGHBOURHHOOD’ – eleven tracks of fist pumping, high energy, feel-good, hair metal of the highest order!
The lush melodies, huge choruses and gargantuan hooks found on their debut album are all here in abundance alongside some true modern day glam anthems, fun commercial party rock, moody mid-paced hard rockers and heart wrenching power ballads big enough to light up an entire arena.
As with the first album, the winning formula has remained – all songs have been written by Rob Wylde, whilst Pete Newdeck has once again taken control of production, engineering and mixing duties. With ‘THERE GOES THE NEIGHBOURHOOD’ the band has literally stepped everything up several notches to unbridled, head splitting proportions. The guitars are big, the drums are huge, there are walls and walls of harmonies and more synths than you’d find this side of a classic Bon Jovi album. In a nutshell, this album has everything but the kitchen sink!
With shows all over the UK and Europe in 2017/ 2018, MIDNITE CITY’s sound is tighter than ever before.
So if you long for a band that still look, sound and perform like those long lost million selling forgotten bands of the late 80’s/ early 90’s, MIDNITE CITY and ‘THERE GOES THE NEIGHBOURHOOD’ is the album for you.

Don’t forget to catch MIDNITE CITY tearing it up live all over the UK, Europe and beyond in their own inimitable, arena rock style in 2018/ 2019…


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2 reviews for Midnite City – There Goes The Neighbourhood

  1. Colin Wilson

    Saw these guys at HRH Sleaze in Sheffield and was genuinely blown away by the quality of the songs not to mention the attitude and sheer musical brilliance.
    Immediately bought the first album which is seriously good. The new album builds on the first with songs clearly influenced by the good time party hair metal bands of the 80’s. Think Danger Danger, Warrant, Sleaze Beeze and Poison and in my opinion just a good but with better production. I seriously recommend his album. Buy it, get the phones on and immerse yourself. That’s what I’m doing now and it feels so good!

  2. John Crispo

    Tremendous cd no stopping this band. A continuation from their first cd awesome guitar riffs great singing and most of all great back up vocals. It puts you back in the 80’s genre when ever band in the 80’s was about the vocals putting out singles after singles. The band reminds of Pretty Boy Floyd first album where the songs were spectacular

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