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U.S. Elevator

U.S. Elevator


Well you can certainly tell they have influences towards the Beatles and many other artists in that era. There are quite a few songs on this album that would belong in the 60's for sure. With the Scale of talen in this band there is so much more they could do, and the sky is the limit. I enjoyed this Album quite a bit. The Bassist has actually played with Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes before. So much Skill/Musicianship in this album, it is crazy to think they are doing this just as a side project. Imagine what would happen when they decide to put more effort in and who they could get involved. Pretty good, jam out to tracks 6 and 7 as they are the best on the album in my opinion.

review by Matt

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