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Wake Up and Be Happy

Camber

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Album Review

N.Y.C.'s Camber infuses its lo-fi basement indie rock with good melodies and an occasionally traditional sense of arrangement. Wake Up and Be Happy captures a pre-9/11 sense of urban ennui, and while the overall vibe of the album is fairly dark and melancholic, the songs are recorded a bit too flatly, and could use just a tad more production sparkle. Wake Up and Be Happy probably won't be a revelation to emo fans, but it could find a welcome spot in their CD collections.

Biography

Formed: New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

An aggressive and melodic indie rock band on the Deep Elm label, New York's Camber was formed in the mid-'90s by vocalist/guitarist Barry Lott, drummer Chris Chin, guitarist Corby Caldwell, and bassist Joey DellaCroce. The quartet's debut album, Beautiful Charade, was released in 1997. They took two years to complete the follow-up, 1999's Anyway, I've Been There. Like the debut, it was produced by John Agnello (Burning...
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 02 April 2002

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