Five awesome dudes from Finland playing ever evolving instrumental music. Baulta was formed in the 2008-2009 in Jyväskylä Finland, by Matti, Tom, Jami and Iiro. The idea was not try create the wheel again, but to play music they liked to listen and play. Music that didn’t hail the power from vocals, but from layers and textures. You could categorize them as post-rock, post-metal, alternative, but in the end it’s the music that speaks for itself. As the first album was being made, the idea of releasing the music free was grew amongst the band. The reason for that was, that if nobody would’ve even listened to the music they would have made the music anyways. The music was and still is a way for the members to survive in this crazy world.
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On his second solo outing, Danny Wilde really delivered the goods with "Any Man's Hunger". For starters, it featured the biggest hit of his solo career, Time Runs Wild (Mainstream Rock #15) and the album itself landed in the Billboard Top 200. But in addition to being the most successful of his 80s solo albums, it is also arguably his best 80s album from start to finish. The writing, the hooks, and the craftsmanship are all in top form and there are more than a handful of songs that you won't be able to get out of your head. "Any Man's Hunger" is quite simply a great rock record–-and a nice slice of Americana (although recorded in London.)
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