Second Coming consolidates that sound with a see-sawing mix of hard-rock driving songs - with chunky electric guitar riffs and big beats - and acoustic anthems that immediately sound like they've been on the radio for a dozen years or more.
"Ten Storey Love Song", a devotional ballad with a Dylan-esque melody, and "Your Star Will Shine," a psychedelic folk ditty that would have fit on an early Bee Gees album. "Good Times" is one of the big-beat numbers, and although it starts out sounding like a very blue Eric Burdon, it builds into a classic shouted-out blues-rock chorus, the kind on which FM radio thrived in the 1970s. "Tears" follows a Zeppelin-esque arc from acoustic to electric folk, which, no doubt, is the exact route a lot of hard-rock devotees think any Second Coming should follow.
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