Deadly Syndrome, The / All In Time
Album:All In Time Collection:General
Artist:Deadly Syndrome, The Added:Jun 2012

A-File Activity
Add Date:2012-09-21 Pull Date:2012-11-23 
Week Ending:Nov 25Nov 18Nov 11Nov 4Oct 28Oct 21Oct 14Oct 7

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1.Jul 31, 2015:Time Traveler
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4.Nov 22, 2013:Time Traveler (w JFK Tribute)
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6.Aug 23, 2013:Time Traveler
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Album Review
Francis D
Reviewed 2012-09-20 
“All in Time” The Deadly Syndrome
Third CD from L.A.-based indie rockers. Blends rock, electro-acoustic and noise together to produce a solid release that should please fans and music critics alike. The closest reference I can provide is probably The Morning Benders on “Big Echo” — but even that isn’t quite it. Take a listen — DJs from a wide variety of genres will find something to like here.
— Francis

Recommended: 2, 4,5, 6, 3 FCC on Track 1 (but I couldn’t hear it)

1. (3:44) Demons — Slow, noisy build-up into a pulsing, crashing indie rocker. Warning: FCC (according to the packaging — I couldn’t hear it)
2. (2:40) Spirit of the Stairs — Bright, up-tempo track with post-punk influences. Sounds like the Talking Heads. ****
3. (3:43) It’s a Mess — Electro-acoustic. Strummy at times, with noisy swells, building to a big ending, then high-pitched, noise fadeout. **
4. (4:23) Joseph Porter — Starts strummy with light, airy vocals and electronic effects like the beating of wings at times. Dream-like. ***
5. (2:51) Fine on your Own — Finger-picked guitar. Personal, melodic vocals. Stands apart from the rest of the CD. ***
6. (4:07) All in Time — Beautiful guitar work. Soaring, emotive vocals. Long, repetitive play-out of the title, layered with noise. **
7. (2:54) Heavy Foot — Discordant, circular guitar. Swells of noise.
8. (3:33) Whatever Comes our Way — Bells. Thumping drums. Roaring electric guitars. Hooky vocals. Noisy effects. Everything but the kitchen sink — oh wait, there’s the kitchen sink now…
9. (4:08) Maine — Distorted vocals. Big choruses with swelling guitars. Pounding drums and crashing cymbals.
10. (4:57) Won’t Be Me — Starts with feedback, then a noisy orchestra chord, then reverb-y, slightly processed vocals in a long, mournful track.

Track Listing
1.Demons 6.All In Time
2.Spirit Of The Stairs 7.Heavy Foot
3.It's A Mess 8.Whatever Comes Our Way
4.Joseph Porter 9.Maine
5.Fine On Your Own 10.Won't Be Me