Thunder, for 32 years now an integral part of the blues-soaked classic English hard rock scene, have since their founding already provided many a genre highlight. Their first two albums "Backstreet Symphony" and "Laughing On Judgement Day" have remained unsurpassed. Now, with the grandiose "All The Right Noises", they are going all the way again. "Gold Voice" Danny Bowes took the editors' praise in a British-casual manner.
"This band has what it takes to be our successor," David Coverdale never tired of pointing out a good three decades ago. He hoisted Thunder into the Whitesnake opening act, and the troupe succeeded in getting to the top, at least in the United Kingdom: The debut album "Backstreet Symphony" landed at No. 21 in 1990, the sophomore album "Laughing On Judgement Day" broke through to No. 2 on the charts in 1992, and the nine singles from the two albums made it into the Top 40.