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Sourtongue's Mechanically Grown Society Sourtongue's Mechanically Grown Society CD (2006)
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Sourtongue albums Whisperin and Hollerinauthor: Adam HarringtonSeptember 2006 Although you can't say that rock & roll is dead (contrary to what Lenny Kravitz claimed), it did temporarily undergo CPR for a while. With the music scene dominated by hip-hop and emo, real rock was on a headfirst dive into irrelevance. And then, like a much-needed cavalry, the Darkness arrived, followed by Jet, each of them shamelessly peddling the booming FM sounds of the '70s. New York's Sourtongue (what a splendid name for band!) give further validity to the theory that rock & roll still has plenty of life in it. Nope, the gas tank isn't empty yet; far from it. Although nowhere near as flamboyant as the Darkness or as raw as Jet, Sourtongue kicks out the jams with the same fiery passion and sonic punch. On "Katrina," Sourtongue captures the mid-'70s highs of glam with enough garage-blasting volume and rapid-fire percussion to keep the neighbours awake for weeks. The band wastes no time in proving to you that they can shake the shack. On "The Waltz" and "Crimson Sun," guitarist Nick Diaz piles enough Led Zeppelin riffs to build several houses of the holy. Led Zep is a key influence on the group but thankfully they're not trying to cop them. In terms of heaviness, yes, Sourtongue can approach Led Zep's Big Bang, especially on "In the Valley of the Sweet Routine." At other times, though, Sourtoungue resembles Soundgarden ("Still Awake") and Rush ("Mechanically Grown," a dead ringer for the Canadian power trio. ) There's honestly nothing new here; however, that's the largest selling point of the record. It's blissful for nostalgia for those who long for rock & ...
Farm Sessions Farm Sessions CD (2004)
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Sourtongue music CDs From the epicenter of America’s vast hurricane alley three souls have emerged seeking to capture the harsh truths and reality that life has to offer. Through music they communicate what they’ve seen and heard, creating a miasmic sound very few can deny. SOURTONGUE began in a tiny studio apartment during the fall of 2003 in the Uptown area of New Orleans, Louisiana. It was here where Josh Milligan and Nick Diaz originally composed, in seven days, the first ten songs the band would use as the foundation for the progressive sound they have now developed. Influenced by traditional roots, singer-songwriter, blues, jazz, folk, early 60’s and 70’s rock and 90’s grunge, SOURTONGUE has often been likened to Rush, Led Zeppelin, and even new prog rockers The Mars Volta. SOURTONGUE is a band with a large musical spectrum and an even larger sound. They break genre barriers through a combination of musical taste and knowledge intertwined with catchy melodies and thought provoking lyrics. The words speak, the guitars scream, and the drums move. Through a full schedule, on the road and at home, the band unleashes a relentless live show of musical and spiritual energy that captures the listeners’ attention. With two independent EP’s (The Farm Sessions, the New Songs) under their belt, the boys recently wrapped tracking on their full-length debut, 'Mechanically Grown Society', with renowned engineer Danny Kadar (Iggy Pop, My Morning Jacket, Stevie Ray Vaughan) due out in early 2006. Free from restriction and societal norms, SOURTONGUE enthusiastically and nomadically spreads their music around the country. As their lives and music harmoniously weave in and out of genre and melodies, SOURTONGUE is left only to follow time, like notes on a staff.

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Popular or famous Sourtongue music songs: Same Day, Still Awake, In the Valley of the Sweet Routine, My Worthy Epitaph, Cages and War, Katrina. More music songs Crimson Sun, Waltz, Bury the Past, Mechanically Grown, Cum Suicide. See All Songs

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