MP3 Roosevelt Noise - A Million Years Sounds Right...
This sophomore effort from the Jackson, MS based band finds them more comfortable with their studio voice, melding production, songwriting and live performance into the most fully-realized representation of their sound available to date.
6 MP3 Songs in this album (26:09) !
Related styles: Rock: Album Rock, Pop: Garage Pop, Type: Sonic
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This EP was recorded/produced by Misha Hercules at Olympic Records in Jackson, MS. The band found a producer that was really in-line with their own motives for this one. Bouncing ideas off each other for what boils down to about 4 months, the end result is the best-to-date report on Roosevelt Noise’s intentions.
A Million Years Sounds Right is the sophomore album from Roosevelt Noise. The longevity and comfort the members show towards each other is on display with the inclusion of female vocals and a tighter sonic energy. The “power struggle” seen in the first album has gotten resolved only to strengthen the sense of originality and playful vitality. The growing maturity is apparent on Uneven with the quick quip, “I cherish the friends that I got/and are they children of god/or uneven, just like me?” and with the marriage-heavy love song Sara’s Song, “in my time, I try to define, what is yours, what is mine/I find no clear distinction.” But don’t fret dear reader. The songs are still rawk-heavy with playful hooks around every corner.