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Album Review

Fans of Vertical Horizon's breakthrough album Everything You Want may want to add Running on Ice to their collection. First released in 1995, their debut was distributed by Rhythmic Records (home of Jacopierce) for a reason. The album is a folk-based collection of songs with none that resemble the hard rock, electric guitar sounds that made them popular. Members of Dave Mathews Band (Carter Beauford) and Jackopierce make appearances, which results in a cool pickup for fans of those bands. Running on Ice reflects the band's early roots (and appreciation of James Taylor). Obviously fans of There and Back Again will love this CD, but it might be a stretch for the modern rock listener who shies away from mellow, softer sounds.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Washington, D.C.

Genre: Rock

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

Launched in 1991 as a folk-based acoustic duo, Vertical Horizon gradually molded itself into a slick pop/rock outfit, culminating in the band's brief (but significant) heyday at the turn of the 21st century. Matt Scannell and Keith Kane first performed together at Georgetown University, where the two undergraduates honed their harmonized vocals at parties and local coffeehouses. Shortly after graduation, they relocated to Boston to record a debut LP, 1992's There and Back Again, and returned to their...
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