MP3 The Executives - Fourcast
Straight-up blues-drenched contemporary Rock
11 MP3 Songs in this album (45:51) !
Related styles: ROCK: Modern Rock, BLUES: Electric Blues
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"FOURCAST" features eleven all new original songs, digitally recorded at S''Pacific Records studios and mixed and mastered at Scorch Studios. This is definitely their most dramatic and technically advanced record to date. With sure-fire hits such as "Intoxicate My Soul", "No Strings Attached", "In the Dark", and "Sure Miss You", this CD is sure to become another "can''t get it out of my mind" favorite!
*** REVIEWS ***
TWO LOUIES MAGAZINE - Portland Oregon
By Fran Gray
The Executives - Fourcast
"You could easily be led astray if you didn''t listen to every song on the Executives debut CD "Fourcast." Laced with the hooks, feel and structure of modern pop and rock you would think that the straight-up contemporary feel on this CD is the band''s musical intent... and maybe it is. Thrashing guitars are juxtaposed against trickling piano lines and vocal washes in 11 confectious tracks. Though pop and rock are the primary ingredients on "Fourcast", it''s not until you hear cut 5 "You Left Me" that you discover the band''s hidden essence. It''s blues... hard blues... big, fat, electric hard blues both sung and played in an intoxicatingly great manner. Everything from the sweltering guitar solos by Dick Schalk to the dusty, sizzling, bluesy vocals of Rex Plew screams BLUES band. Track 4, "Intoxicate My Soul" is the same way with its deeply blues-ridden feel. These tracks are so convincing that you have to wonder if every one of these guys didn''t come from a blues background. With nothing accompanying this CD except the mailer it arrived in, this reviewer can only wonder. But if you''re out on the town listening to live music some night and you hear a really good pop-rock band called The Executives and they suddenly explode into blues in the middle of the set, you better sit down for awhile because you''re going to want to hear all of it."