Album review: MISS BEHAVIOUR – Double Agent

Miss Behaviour - Double Agent

AOR Heaven [Released 01.09.14]

Miss Behaviour have been going since 2004 and their last album, ‘Last Woman Standing’ won rave reviews. They were well in to writing this new album when a tragic accident saw the untimely passing of their manager Michael Sunden. However they persevered and boy was it worth it as here is an album jam packed full of good time melodic rock. If you like The Poodles, H.E.A.T and Brother Firetribe you will need this album pronto!

There is plenty to enjoy be it the parptastic keys and insanely catchy chorus on the title track or a ballad like ‘Corporation Arms’, a real mobiles-in-the-air song.

Vocalist Sebastian Roos helps put Miss Behaviour into the ‘must have’ category for this album as let’s face it the melodic rock field has never been so crowded, more so than the glory days of the 1980’s. Speaking of classic 80’s melodic rock, the keys and feel of ‘Midnight Runner’ could easily have been from that era, glorious stuff.

Keys player Henrik Sproge deserves a special mention for his excellent playing and keyboard fills throughout the album, reminiscent of the mighty Greg Guiffria in his pomp!

Melodic rock fans you will enjoy this album – I guarantee it – and those already fans of the band will already have the album as they don’t need any prompting!  ****

Review by Jason Ritchie


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