Lost in the Translation
Style: Rock
Release date: February 20th 2009

I’m not overtly familiar with Jeff Scott Soto and his music, and the few songs I’ve heard with him is not my cup of tea. So you can imagine that I wasn’t exactly thrilled when I received this album for review.


Well... to my surprise the re-release of ‘Lost in the Translation’ turned out to be solid and well executed Rock album in my book. However it's kind of funny, because even though most of the tracks contain one catchy riff after another and very radio orientated and memorable choruses the CD never really ignites.


If I listen to one or two tracks and then press stop, I really enjoy what JSS has to offer, but when I listen to the whole CD from start to finish I suddenly feel kind of bored. Weird, right?


Jeff Scott Soto and the musicians are all doing a great job in my humble opinion and the production is top notch so check ‘Lost in the Translation’ out and be your own judge.


Solid but not essential.

01. Beleive in Me
02. Soul Devine
03. Drowning
04. If This is the End
05. Lost in the Translation
06. Doin Time
07. High Time
08. Beginning 2 End
09. On My Own
10. Find Your Way
11. Sacred Eyes
12. Dulce Lady
13. Turn the Page

As I Do 2 You

15. This Ain't the Love
16. Lonely Shade of Blue
17. Soul Divine (Acoustic)
Label: Frontiers Records
Promotion: Zink Music
Distribution: Bonnier/Amigo (Denmark)
Reviewed by: Peter Laursen
Date: January 19th 2009
Website: www.jeffscottsoto.com