|Old Growth / Under The Sun|
|Album:||Under The Sun||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2010-06-13||Pull Date:||2010-08-15|
|Week Ending:||1 Aug||4 Jul|
|1.||Jul 29, 2010:||Sunshine ... in the Afternoon |
You Still Can
|2.||Jun 30, 2010:||Brownian Motion |
Bluesy rock that at times sounds like country, at times like angry punk. Heavily distorted guitar lines usually overrule the vocals and drumming, and makes for a very raw, noisy sound. For fans of Crazy Horse or The Black Keys. FCC Clean. |
1.Up-tempo. Loud, country/rock based on what sounds like a jerky harmonica line.
2.Mid-tempo. Sounds less like country, more like punk. Very repetitive, with a bass line that drives song.
*3.Mid-tempo. Syncopated, steady beat with an interesting song structure (2 different bridges). Calmer vocals, less yelling.
4.Mid-tempo.Urgent, slurred vocals drowned out by guitars and fierce drumming.
5.Down tempo. Long intro with halting, heavy beat and calmer vocals.
6. Mid-tempo. Long entrance with chorus led vocals and raw, urgent guitar lines.
*7.Up-tempo. Starts in the thick of the melody- loud, fast guitars and excited cries about southern charm.
8.Mid tempo. Steady beat on fuzzy guitar lines and begging vocals.
*9.Up-tempo. Great energy! Starts with a solo, and then the bass line and drums join in. Background chorus supports the main vocalist for a fun non-love song.
10.Down-tempo. Very dark, with halting guitar riffs and an impervious voice.
11.Up-tempo. Sounds like a teen anthem. Quick guitar riffs and whiny, angry vocals.
12.Up-tempo. Great pace at the beginning- sounds like a horse’s gallop. 17s ending.
|1.||Machine Life||6.||Under The Gun|
|2.||Wasted The Day||7.||Southern Charm|
|3.||Setting Sun||8.||Sun Come Down|
|4.||Bury My Body||9.||You Still Can|
|5.||Twenties||10.||Right On The Wrong|
|11.||For Your Wallet|