Here's the latest album review for Erica Sunshine Lee's 3rd studio album "The Walk of Shame"! Diane from Bryan Farrish Promotion is saying:
"You are a hit! I gave your cd to Alex and just asked him to write what he thought. He feels the same way I do! You have a hit cd on your hands! Thanks for such a good listen."
Erica Sunshine Lee: The Walk of Shame
In The Walk of Shame, Erica Sunshine Lee will have you on your feet in no time.“The Night The Bad Me Died” starts the album with a toe-tapping fiddle tune, and tells of Erica’s experience of nights of restless fun, ending with meeting her love. It tells of the journey in all of us to find love passed all of the crazy things we do. “Austin” is a touching ballad about a young man trying to find himself after a rough childhood. It has truly wonderful moments of electric guitar. “The Walk of Shame” is the gritty title track that recounts a night of fooling around with a stranger. It’s led by the horse-hoof tapping of the drum as well as some very fine fiddling. “I Suppose” will take your breath away with its frank talk about wanting to be the one marrying the love of your life, but having to watch them marry someone else. An experience that anyone who has been in love can relate to. “Woodland Road” is a cute song about childhood. It comes at the perfect time to bring the album full circle. While most of the album is about adulthood, this track is about the vulnerability of youth. My favorite on the album is “Check Please”, a fun bar-hopping track about a bad date. If you want some good traditional country with a contemporary twist, check out Erica Sunshine Lee’s The Walk of Shame. –Alex 05/09/2012