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Mademoiselle | review | rock | Lollipop


by Craig Regala

"Rock" must mean something. The non-hyphenated stuff, just "rock." It's enough: Melody, beat, lyrics, driving guitar, a four on the floor beat then laying back into an acoustic and vocals. Shit, what can I say? This is the new stuff "classic rock" radio would welcome if that format was music-based, not advertising-based. I'm sure there's a site out there programming this and other known/underground/lost gems, within the programming stipulations of "rock." You can run this in a rock block with Jerry Cantrell, U2, Jeff Buckley, Be Bop Deluxe, STP, The Mission, Jane's Addiction, and The Smashing Pumpkins and happiness will ensue. My favorite at the moment is "Loose." Guitar and voice slowly work up to a restrained, full-band gush. Can't hide shit here, don't need to. Good work, Sam. Would love to hear'm do a couple Spirit and Cure covers.


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