Hurricane Lamps, the / More, More, More
Album: More, More, More   Collection:General
Artist:Hurricane Lamps, the   Added:Nov 2004
Label:Sonic Boomerang Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2004-11-29 Pull Date: 2005-01-31
Week Ending: Dec 5
Airplays: 1

Recent Airplay
1. Dec 01, 2004: Dross
Stay Young

Album Review
Reviewed 2004-11-12
Upbeat indie rock and power pop. Some good tunes but delivery is a real let down. Specifically, I don’t care for the vocalist’s nasal whiney tone. The production is very simple, for good or bad. Pretty straightforward song structure, traditionally-placed guitar solos. Having said all that, I know some people at the station will like this album… it is not bad if you like the vox. So try tracks 1,2.

1. * Big-Starrish, mid/fast tempo simple rock & roll. Nice tune. *
2. Post punk, fast and rocking, suspended for chorus.
3. Vox really annoying on this one. Upbeat.
4.-8. Same upbeat rock.
9. Added synths (shortly)! and clapping (few)! The rest is the same.
10. Joy Division rip off.
11. Slightly slower tempo.

Track Listing
1. Tell Me You Miss Me   7. The Lesson You Haven't Learn
2. Everything Must Change   8. Oh, Candy
3. If You Leave Me Right Now, W   9. Just Give Me a Kiss
4. It's All Over Now   10. Hold on
5. There's Peace and There's Lo   11. Let's Never Speak of this Ag
6. Stay Young   12. True North