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"..While many of their counterparts in the late '80s/early '90s were taking the party-hardy sound to the bank, something darker and more sinister was lurking within Charlotte. For instance, the title track, "Medusa Groove" and "Ocean Of Love And Mercy" are the heavy metal equivalent of a snake-charmer hypnotizing his reptile -- With so many twists and turns you would imagine that this CD wouldn't flow very well, but nothing could be further from the truth. Medusa Groove catches the listener off-guard every chance it gets without stumbling too far into left field. Take a song like "Little Devils"-- many rock bands have tried to put their own spin on the Led Zeppelin sound over the years, but few of them have captured that magic as well as Charlotte did here..."

"Medusa Groove is, quite simply, a phenomenal record."

"...There's real genius here. Eleven tracks don't disappoint in the least, but only leave you wanting more. Listen for Ocean of Love and Mercy (sounds like a sax to me), Roadhouse of Love (Jim Morrison, eat your heart out), Medusa Groove, Siren, and Little Devils. Or every other fraggin song on this disc. It's all good. Get it now! Highly recommended!"