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Rustic Overtones

Light at the End

2008-03-24

With over five years between shows and over six years between releases, the Rustic Overtones come back from a hiatus with a well written and musically diverse album. With a strong funk backbone underneath ska and rock, every song provides a different adventure into many influences incorporated by the Rustic Overtones. The wide array of instruments utilized on this album provides a exceptionally full sound that is extremely fun to listen to. – Greg Johnson

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