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An amiable, sophisticated lounge sound is sampled throughout this album from the one-man ensemble of the Busy Signals. Howard W. Hamilton III's, Baby's First Steps is a smooth, minimal orchestration of sensible pop with a concord of drum loops, samples, and turntables.
The Busy Signals make it look it easy. Their self-titled 2007 debut deserves being mentioned in the same reverent breath as their one-time lablemates, the Exploding Hearts, as it has the same unabashed hero adulation and the same brash attempts at reaching those impregnable heights. Their overall sound never varies, with plentiful hooks and searing guitars that recall plenty of 1970s punk rockers and power-poppers like the Buzzcocks and likely a dozen more obscure acts . All the songs show that the devil is in the details: a windmilled chord up against a well-timed, economic lead; a sudden unaccompanied bass part that pivots and pushes; an boy/girl baton hand-off vocal in "Matter of Time"; just an "Oh" or "woah-oh" at the right moment.
Опубликовано: 3 дек. 2007 г. The Busy Signals LIVE @ The Note December 1st, 2006.
All the Young Dudes is the fifth studio album by Mott the Hoople, released in 1972. It was their initial album for the CBS Records label (Columbia Records in North America), after three years with Island Records in the UK and Atlantic Records in North America. All the Young Dudes was a turning point for the then-struggling British band. Mott the Hoople were about to break up when David Bowie stepped in and gave them the song "All the Young Dudes".
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