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Tesla – “Mechanical Resonance Live!” [Album Review]

Commemorating thirty years of the band’s first album release, Mechanical Resonance, Tesla are treating fans to a full live rendition. Read our review here…



It is honestly unfathomable to believe that I was eleven years old when Tesla debuted their platinum selling album, Mechanical Resonance. And now, commemorating thirty years of the band’s first album release, they give us a helping of Mechanical Resonance Live!, and it only proves after all this time, Tesla still kicks some major ass.

Listening to this new album I cannot help but reminisce back to 1988 at the Ector Country Coliseum in Odessa, TX, attending my very first concert wherein the headliner was Tesla. Jeff Keith had a concrete-rocking voice then and, like a fine wine that gets better in time, the Arkansas native can still belt out those notes.

There is absolutely not a bad track on this album, even live, Tesla sounds terrific. If you are an old fan of the band, this album is a must, and if you are a fan of good solid rock and roll, then you should add this to your collection.

Mechanical Resonance Live Track Listing:

01. Rock Me to the Top (Live)
02. EZ Come EZ Go (Live)
03. Gettin’ Better (Live)
04. Comin’ Atcha Live (Live)
05. Changes (Live)
06. Before My Eyes (Live)
07. 2 Late 4 Love (Live)
08. We’re No Good Together (Live)
09. Love Me (Live)
10. Cover Queen (Live)
11. Little Suzi (Live)
12. Modern Day Cowboy (Live)
13. Save That Goodness

Run Time: 55:99
Release Date: August 26, 2016

Check out the track “Save That Goodness”