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Album Review: American Analog Set – The Golden Band (1999)

Rating Track # Sound Code Name Duration *** 1 M Weather Report 2:54 ***** 2 M A Good Friend Is Always Around 2:33 *** 3 M It’s All About Us 6:30 **** 4 M A Schoolboy’s Charm 4:23 ***** 5 M The Wait 3:10 *** 6 M New Drifters I 2:00 **** 7 M New Drifters II 3:14 *** 8 M New Drifters III 3:41 ** 9 M New Drifters IV 0:47 * 10 M The Golden Band 3:00 *** 11 M I Must Soon Quit The Scene 5:39 *** 12 M Will The Real Danny Radnor Please Stand? 2:32 (Go to this link for the explanation of the review format) A more concise, direct, and vocally clear effort than their [...]

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Rating Track # Sound Code Name Duration
*** 1 M Weather Report 2:54
***** 2 M A Good Friend Is Always Around 2:33
*** 3 M It’s All About Us 6:30
**** 4 M A Schoolboy’s Charm 4:23
***** 5 M The Wait 3:10
*** 6 M New Drifters I 2:00
**** 7 M New Drifters II 3:14
*** 8 M New Drifters III 3:41
** 9 M New Drifters IV 0:47
* 10 M The Golden Band 3:00
*** 11 M I Must Soon Quit The Scene 5:39
*** 12 M Will The Real Danny Radnor Please Stand? 2:32

(Go to this link for the explanation of the review format)

A more concise, direct, and vocally clear effort than their first two albums. The Austin TX bands 3rd full length features shorter songs and less instrumental preludes.  This is Indie Rock at its most hypnotic, beautiful and droned out.  I personally prefer the later releases, but this is where you start feel band starting to find their place.

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Posted originally: 2009-09-27 22:26:33

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