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The Treatment ' Waiting For Good Luck' Album Review By JD Rich

The Treatment

Waiting For Good Luck

Frontiers Music s.r.l.

April 9, 2021

Album Review By JD Rich

Boston Rock Radio



It’s time to sit back and enjoy some raunchy fun music therapy, and I’m here to administer The Treatment to set you right! This English quartet is on the verge of releasing their fifth studio album, Waiting For Good Luck, and we don’t have that long of a wait to get down-n-dirty with them. The name of the game here is women, debauchery, and upbeat fun. So much so, I was taken back to the glory days when hairbands ruled with leather-clad fists and the world was a less-restrictive place.​

Tom Rampton’s vocal characteristics teased me with a mixture of Shark Island, a poke of Danger! Danger!, and maybe a droplet or two of Jackyl. I’m convinced his voice was made for this style of music, oozing with relentless libido and swagger. Guitarist Tagore Grey leans toward the Blues-Rock spectrum, as on display in “Barman." He’s also able to dig in and rip it up, but not because he has anything to prove. This is a labor of love. He wants to, and he can. It’s as simple as that. With rhythm guitarist Tao Grey, these two amplify the sleaze-rock aspect of Waiting For Good Luck, playfully baiting us into wanting more. But Tao’s not done with us quite yet. He pulls double-duty as bassist, snagging a few opportunities rarely afforded to bass players...a blistering few moments in the spotlight. These are a couple of shades of Grey that I like better than that damn book (or movie, for that matter)! 

Drummer Dhani Mansworth is our guide, setting the pace and staying true to his chosen course. He shepherds the music without any ostentatious showboating or random flailing. Although it may sound like just another drum part to the casual listener,​ those familiar with percussion can pick up meticulous calculations designed to keep the pace, ambiance, and power nice and tight, working as one.​

It seems as if good luck is finally coming back to the music ‘biz (and fans), and The Treatment sounds like they have their plan of attack ready to launch once the world gets a green light to have fun again. Until then, the rest of us are Waiting For Good Luck to drop on April 19th. I don’t know about you, but I’ve got my lucky sports bra on. I need all the good luck I can get!




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