The single "Superstar" failed to connect with a big audience for Sweet Water, but there is no doubting it's a damn good song
Our final review of the year brings us the 1995 album Superfriends by Sweet Water. Although released right smack in the middle of the 90s, this album feels out of place thanks to big guitar riffs more reminiscent of the 1980s and a lack of anything "alternative." The single "Superstar" failed to connect with a big audience, but there is no doubting it's a damn good song. So how does the rest of the album compare? Tune in to find out.
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