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Little Eyes

Hundred Hands

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Album Review

Hundred Hands is led by members of the Appleseed Cast, Aaron Pillar and Chris Crisci. Along with drummer Ed Rose (who is known for his production work on numerous bands), they form a threesome most obviously influenced by the Appleseed Cast, yet differences abound. Pillar tackles the vocals on Hundred Hands, and the sound is much more typical of what one would expect from earlier Appleseed Cast and not their latest spacey, jazz-influenced material. Production wise, Ed Rose can do no wrong. He helps to bring out Pillar's velvety soft vocals and the textured guitars and steady beats. While everything sounds good on Little Eyes, what's actually there is rather average. "Spider Eyes" and "Farewell" are the winners on this six song EP, but all in all this project could and should be stronger considering the members involved.

Biography

Formed: 2001

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The Appleseed Cast's Aaron Pillar and Christopher Crisci formed a side project in 2001 and aimed to create something a little different than their original band. Tagging themselves Hundred Hands, Pillar and Crisci hooked up with producer Ed Rose to make the band a trio. The three found themselves tinkering around with a lush, experimental texture that was both passionate in songwriting and heavy in sound. Hundred Hands captured it all on their 2002 debut EP, the sonically...
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