Digitalia cd cover

Jester

Digitalia

With more time and a bigger budget, Digitalia has a more professional sound, but lacks the kick of their debut. There are a few good songs here but mixed in with a monotonous unchanging tempo the album sort of just droned on for me. Without a marquis stand out song, the limited vocal range of Joe Kori became the focus and it simply isn't strong enough to hold up under that kind of scrutiny. It's not a bad album, but there's just nothing that stood out for me, nothing that pushed any boundaries or forced anyone in the band to really work. If you're just looking for a really basic 80's metal album though, this one will fit the bill and satisfy your craving for new music. --Scott

Average Rathole Visitor Rating7.3

Track Listing

  1. Welcome To:
  2. Digitalia
  3. Radio
  4. Anything & Everything
  5. More Than I Know
  6. Voodoo
  7. Rock & A Hard Place
  8. Enter You
  9. Main Attraction
  10. Give It Back
  11. Who's Your Daddy
  12. Viva A Go Go

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Joe Kori
GUITAR: Doug Arms
BASS: Rob Ellis
DRUMS: Fred Antonelli

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Pulse Records
PRODUCED BY: Jester
RELEASE YEAR: 1999
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