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Cleverly written in an emo pop sort of way, this album is clearly the product of twenty-something intellectual angst. Frontman and lyricist Glenn Rubenstein has a knack for writing down-to-earth, easily accessible lyrics. He sings about the various incarnations of failed love: breaking up, fighting, wanting, being left behind. His delivery — which is more spoken than sung — is easy to understand and follow. It's a good thing, too, because the instrumentation gets repetitive, and Christine Alexander's vocals are slightly anemic. Less raucous than punk and less cheerful than pop, Headboard could best be likened to a lite, PG-13 rated version of Limp Bizkit or 311. It sounds the best on tracks such as "Move On" or "See You Around," when a solid if uninspired guitar-driven melody backs up Rubenstein's husky sing-song and Alexander's pretty, nasal voice. Attempts to go with a harder rock edge ("Disappears") sound rather uncoordinated, while Headboard's stab at rap ("Sometimes") is best bypassed altogether. This is not a bad first album overall, though. It represents youthful, middle-class America in all its verbose, tormented, quasi-melodic glory. ~ L. Katz, Rovi


Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Connecting alternative pop/rock with rap and electronic style features, Headboard's music exposes cross-bred atmospheres made sublime by a two-piece vocal team. The composite character of their compositions, supported by Glenn Rubenstein's songwriting abilities, also demonstrates the bands' better command of delivering solid tunes, despite the fusion of multiple styles. It was in 1995, in Petaluma, CA, that Rubenstein decided to put together his own band after years working in the concert promotion...
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Nothing Is Static, Headboard
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  • USD 9.99
  • Géneros: Rock, Música
  • Publicado: 16/01/2001

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