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Euphemystic

Author: thomas schulte
11/16/2001 | Outsight | ink19.com | survivor newsletter - long island | Toronto's Caustic Truths | www.new-sounds.net | Album Review
Son, Ambulance offers the bright, fractured geek alt-pop sound similar to Ben Folds Five and Of Montreal. This is the first full-length from the group and is a promising mix of intelligent indie rock, piano and a touch of electronic beats. The Omaha group is more bent on inventing a new sound based on '70's pop and rock in an era when other groups seek to reinvent '80' s rock. The Son, Ambulance approach is more purely song-oriented, though the vocalist is not really up to that, yet. The result is a successful it somewhat uneven mix of amateurish enthusiasm and well-thought out sophisticated songwriting. What other groups are mixing sad ballads with rock tunes? (3.5)


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