|CD REVIEW Tyketto|
Band : Tyketto
There are albums that raise quite a commotion when released,only to be forgotten for history a few months later, and there are albums that maybe do not raise that commotion, but who sound as fresh as when they were released 20 years or so later. Both the ‘Don’t Come Easy’ album as the subsequent ‘Strength In Numbers’ albums by Tyketto have that quality if you ask me.
Sadly enough after these two albums Danny Vaughn left the band. They did find a replacement, with whom Tyketto released a third album, but this did not have the success the other two albums had, and some time later the band called it a day.
Danny continued and brought out new material, either solo or as part of a project, but never with the same success Tyketto had if you ask me, nor was the material that good. 2004 saw the first reunion of the original band, a feature that repeated itself in 2007.
Having retained a firm fan base in Europe, Tyketto kept receiving offers, and now, 18 years later, arer ready to release a new album with their original line up.