MUSIC REVIEW: Bob Seger

Face the Promise Capitol
Music •• Sound •••
Bob Seger's first studio album since the Pleistocene (okay, 1995) turns out to be an honorable if largely tepid affair. Some of it (the AC/DC-ish "Wreck This Heart") is harder-edged than you might expect. But despite the occasional sharp lyric and the absence of a potential car jingle, the feel here is mostly, well, generic, from the familiar cover logo to "Wait for Me," a pedestrian ballad that Seger garnishes with an unironically faceless guitar solo. Nice high-energy exception: "Real Mean Bottle," a honky-tonk duet with Kid Rock.

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