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Counting Crows

Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings


Adam Duritz and co. return with their strongest offering since 1996’s ‘Recovering the Satellites’. More melodic rock has been added to the mixture that the Counting Crows have mastered throughout the years to make them one of the most recognizable sounds during the 90’s. Duritz still has the undeniable voice setting him apart from so many bland rock bands. Check out tracks 1 “1492”, track 3 “Los Angeles”, track 9 “When I Dream Of Michelangelo”, track 11 “You Can’t Count On Me” and track 12 “Le Ballet D’or”. - Lane Zoerhof

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