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The Treatment Sixth Studio Album “Wake Up The Neighbourhood” Review: A Rocking Good Time!

The Treatment’s latest album, “Wake Up The Neighbourhood,” is a triumphant return to form for the Cambridge rockers, showcasing their most accomplished and mature effort yet. This sixth studio album is a powerful throwback to the big hair metal sound of the 80s and 90s, and it’s clear that The Treatment has honed their craft to perfection.

From the very start, fist-pumping tracks like “When Thunder and Lightning Strikes” and “This Fire Still Burns” grab your attention and don’t let go. These songs are packed with so much energy and drive that you’ll find yourself air drumming from the outset. Infused with an infectious energy that captures the essence of the era they pay homage to. The band’s ability to blend classic rock influences with a modern edge is truly impressive. The searing guitars, pounding drums, and Tom Rampton’s perfect rock vocals make this album a must-listen for any hard rock fan.

The album also features some instant anthems, such as “Back to the 1970’s” and “Man on a Highwire.” These tracks ooze charisma and are sure to become staples in the band’s live shows. With catchy riffs and infectious hooks, they make it impossible to just sit and listen—you’ll want to spring out of your chair and rock along.

“Wake Up The Neighbourhood” is already in the early conversation for the best hard rock album of 2024. It showcases The Treatment’s growth and their ability to channel the spirit of classic rock while carving out their own unique sound and evolution as a band. It’s a must-listen for fans of hard rock and anyone yearning for the glory days of big, bold rock ‘n’ roll. The album not only honors the past but also carves out its own place in the modern rock landscape. This album is nothing short of essential for any rock enthusiast. Bravo, The Treatment!

Rating: 5 out of 5.
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