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For an independent band, One Less Reason sure sound like a mainstream act, with an emphasis on hard rock songs and moody, atmospheric ballads that recall the work of Nickelback, Saving Abel, and Shinedown. Faces and Four Letter Words is the band's fourth album in six years, and it presents a lean, muscular version of the sound these Tennessee natives have been honing since their brief stint with Universal Records. The rock songs are fairly standard, but the minor-key ballads — where the guys sketch late-night landscapes with pianos, acoustic guitars, and electronics — are where One Less Reason differentiate themselves from the hard rock pack.


Formed: 1998 in Jackson, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Originally known as Lappdog, One Less Reason formed in 1998 in Jackson, TN. Vocalist Cris Brown and drummer Jerome Hubble played with several different lineups during the band’s early years, eventually settling on a permanent roster that included drummer Kevin Scott and guitarist Jeremy Jones. After dropping the Lappdog name in 2002, the guys also changed their sound, combining the hard rock songs they’d already written with softer, more melodic material. Although they signed with Universal Records...
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