From the opening track, a cover of Billy Idol’s “Eyes Without a Face,” Big Curve Music sets the listener up to go on a journey. As he begins to sing, it’s clear that the lead singer can capture a mood. In this case, it’s somber. The album picks up the tempo in the second track, a cover of Starship’s “We Built This City,” but ends up being completely different from the original track.
A standout cover track is the cover of Butthole Surfers’ “Who Was in My Room Last Night” which Big Curve Music is able to give a righteous cover that sounds original at the same time.
Listen to the album below.