Old Growth / Under The Sun
Album: Under The Sun   Collection:General
Artist:Old Growth   Added:Feb 2010
Label:Bakery Outlet  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2010-06-13 Pull Date: 2010-08-15
Week Ending: Aug 1 Jul 4
Airplays: 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 29, 2010: Sunshine ... in the Afternoon
You Still Can
2. Jun 30, 2010: Brownian Motion
Southern Charm

Album Review
Reviewed 2010-06-06
Bluesy rock that at times sounds like country, at times like angry punk. Heavily distorted guitar lines usually overrule the vocals and drumming, and makes for a very raw, noisy sound. For fans of Crazy Horse or The Black Keys. FCC Clean.
1.Up-tempo. Loud, country/rock based on what sounds like a jerky harmonica line.
2.Mid-tempo. Sounds less like country, more like punk. Very repetitive, with a bass line that drives song.
*3.Mid-tempo. Syncopated, steady beat with an interesting song structure (2 different bridges). Calmer vocals, less yelling.
4.Mid-tempo.Urgent, slurred vocals drowned out by guitars and fierce drumming.
5.Down tempo. Long intro with halting, heavy beat and calmer vocals.
6. Mid-tempo. Long entrance with chorus led vocals and raw, urgent guitar lines.
*7.Up-tempo. Starts in the thick of the melody- loud, fast guitars and excited cries about southern charm.
8.Mid tempo. Steady beat on fuzzy guitar lines and begging vocals.
*9.Up-tempo. Great energy! Starts with a solo, and then the bass line and drums join in. Background chorus supports the main vocalist for a fun non-love song.
10.Down-tempo. Very dark, with halting guitar riffs and an impervious voice.
11.Up-tempo. Sounds like a teen anthem. Quick guitar riffs and whiny, angry vocals.
12.Up-tempo. Great pace at the beginning- sounds like a horse’s gallop. 17s ending.

Track Listing
1. Machine Life   6. Under The Gun
2. Wasted The Day   7. Southern Charm
3. Setting Sun   8. Sun Come Down
4. Bury My Body   9. You Still Can
5. Twenties   10. Right On The Wrong
  11. For Your Wallet