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  • Artist: Question of Honour
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 783707660325
  • Item #: CDBY766032
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2/11/2003
  • Rank: 1000000000
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'Singer/guitarist/songwriter Hugh Wygmans has chops to burn and a knack for melodies that linger long after the song is gone.' - Mike O'Cull, Illinois Entertainer 'Thank you for makin' such kick ass music.' - Mike Skelly, Music Director, WKNH 91.3 FM 'Hugh Wygmans...has a stunning voice which is projected throughout every track.' - Music Revue 'It is rare to find an independent rock band that can hold it's own against the mega-conglomerate corporations that have taken over the music industry. Question of Honour is just one of these raw talents.' - David Ashby, The Blazer 'Imagine you're standing at the mouth of a railway tunnel, with a train bearing down on you. At moments, Question of Honour's music can produce a comparable visceral thrill.' - David Joost, Homepride Productions '...a rare few...create provocative, inspired music that is both memorable and cerebral. Without question, Illinois' Question Of Honour is one such band.' - Chris Akin, Music's Bottom Line '...the Chicago-based outfit travels hard rock territory with a chip on their shoulders...' - Devon Powers, PopMatters '...on songs like 'Please', 'Too' and the stand out 'Laughing and Crying', they show subtlety and power.' - Marci S. Dodds, The Octopus '...Question of Honour have released a timeless, powerful record...' - Eric Steiner, Midwest Beat '...it truly underscores the high metal quotient in Question of Honour's contemporary sonic kin, namely Smashing Pumpkins.' - Craig Schmidt, ChicagoGigs '...I was like 'WHAT THE HELL?!'...' - Kas Slaughter, Nefarious Entertainment Magazine.