GOOD WORDS FROM GOOD FRIENDS
Wild Mick Brown
Drummer for Dokken. Lynch Mob, Ted Nugent, Montrose
When I heard the first collection of BAC songs I dared them to possibly do their magic to a Dokken song of their choice. They had been served! Fast forward and a phone call from bassist/producer Chris Catero comes in informing me that the Blacklight boys did indeed accept my challenge and recorded a version of the 37 year old Dokken classic "It's Not Love". At this point Chris dared me to perform the percussion needed to finish the track. Well...son of a bitch! Now I'd been served! Not being one to shy away from the fun I gladly agreed and what came of it was a fresh new arrangement of a song long gone by. Well done boys!
Former manager of Guns N’ Roses and manager/producer of Great White, Stravinski Brothers founder
"In these barren and wretched days in which the left over remnants of a record industry churns out soulless, forgettable, dreck written by Al Gorithim, and while those bands still on respirators relive their better days, Blacklight Acoustic Conspiracy actually revitalize the past with spanking acoustic versions of classics that sound and feel of this moment now.”
Guitarist for Tesla
“Blacklight Acoustic Conspiracy are great. They keep the energy and power of these classic songs while putting their own spin on things with a dynamic, all acoustic treatment.”
"It's deceivingly hard to take songs that everybody already loves and serve them up in a new way. The more "classic" the songs, the higher the bar becomes. BAC has found that elusive and fantastic balance that retains just enough of the original spirit of ultra-classic tunes while adding a huge portion of their own style. People are gonna love this!”
Host of Westwood One’s Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon
Blacklight Acoustic Conspiracy actually reinvent the past with a fresh ACOUSTIC perspective on the classics that we all know and love. The music is fresh, but familiar!
Morning Show Host of 98 KUPD’s “Holmberg’s Morning Sickness” (#1 rock rated morning show west of the Mississippi)
“Really cool album! Interesting acoustic versions of 30, 40 and 50 year old songs that ironically sound fresher than a lot of rock music today. One of the most unique things I’ve heard in a long time.”
Music journalist for VICE/Noisey, Revolver, Phoenix New Times, Phoenix magazine, and more
"Rebourne reps a mainstay of beloved hard rock covers, but Blacklight Acoustic Conspiracy abandon convention from what people have come to expect. They layer in surprising arrangements and grounded style, from flamenco and peppery picking to red dirt and burning blues. This is hard rock acoustica at its finest, designed to get you moving."
Leandro Nogueira Coppi
Writer, “Roadie Crew” Magazine, Brasil
“This album is awesome! The new versions of Ozzy’s classic songs sounds sophisticated. The guys of Blacklight Acoustic Conspiracy gave beauty to the beast!"