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Album Review

The Warhol-inspired artwork on Deathray's self-titled debut album is fair warning that the band trades in cute, catchy new-wave inflected power pop, and "Only Lies," "My Lunatic Friends," and "Check It Over" provide plenty of chugging guitars, wobbly synth lines, deadpan vocals, and radio-friendly harmonies. However, quieter and quirkier songs like "Now That I Am Blind," "What Would You Do," "Baby Polygon," and "Legionnaires in Doubt" reveal the band's range, which is wider than it might appear at face value. A well-written and appealing first effort, Deathray showcases the group's potential.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Sacramento-based modern rock quintet Deathray consists of vocalist/keyboardist Dana Gumbiner, guitarist/vocalist Greg Brown, keyboardist Max Hart, bassist Victor Daimani, and drummer James Neil. Formerly a member of Cake, Brown had previously played with longtime friend Gumbiner in several bands before reuniting with him in 1998. Neil joined just before the group was set to record their debut album;...
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