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
“Give me a reason. Give me a sign. This life Iím living, no it ainít even mine. This is everything you said youíd save me fromÖ and itís just begun. It was too much, too soon, too many times...”