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Album Review

The eponymous debut album from South Florida's Humbert is a bit frustrating, since it both shows promise and is stifled by its own lack of imagination. There's little question that Humbert has melodic skill and knows how to craft a dynamic, catchy song, but they're sometimes undone to their adherence to standard alterna-pop techniques like soft-loud dynamics and stop-start song structures. Occasionally, they make this formula work, but it sounds a little dated in 1999 — which is too bad, since the group has written good, memorable melodies that would have more of an impact in a fresher setting. That said, the things that work on Humbert do suggest that the band has a bright future ahead of them.


Genre: Indie Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Hialeah, FL-based power pop band Humbert traced its origins to the eclectic I Don't Know, which first united guitarist Ferny Coipel, bassist Tony Landa and drummer Izo Besares. With the subsequent additions of singers/guitarists Derek Cintron and Rimsky Pons, I Don't Know gradually evolved into Humbert;...
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