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Donnie Vie
Just Enough
May 2004
Released: 2003, Cargo Records
Rating: 4.5/5
Reviewer: Celtic Bob

Donnie Vie is one half of the main driving force behind Enuff Z’Nuff. Donnie’s distinct vocals helped in putting Enuff on the metal map. This is his first solo cd and shows a somewhat different side to him without alienating fans of EZN.

For the most part this disc is a bit more acoustic and slowed down a notch compared to EZN’s music. Some of the best track’s on the CD are “Spider Web”, “Jesus In Drag” and my personal favorite “Better Days”. “Better Days” is a great acoustic tune with well written lyrics. This is probably one of the strongest and most heartfelt tracks on the disc. Another track that really caught my ear was “I’ll Go On” which is reminiscent of early Beatles and very Lennon vocal influenced. The singing style, harmonies, overall sound is very Lennon-esque. This could’ve easily been a lost Lennon track.

If you are a fan of Enuff Z’Nuff or just enjoy good music then this is something worth looking into. Not heavy or really rockin but a great mid-tempo album for kicking back and relaxing too.
Track Listing

01) Spider Web
02) Better Days
03) Forever
04) Jesus In Drag
05) Wintergreen Eyes
06) I'll Go On
07) Alice In A Jam
08) Don't Bring Me Down
09) That's What Love Is.
10) Maddaline (*US only*)
11) Blowin' Kisses in the Wind
12) Wasting Time



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