"37 Channels" by Tantric on iTunes

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Customer Reviews

4 out of 5

44 Ratings

Tantric's back...sort of.

Hollow Voice,

What happened? I know there have been a lot of problems...but why bother? The quality of these songs is disappointing. Instead of maximizing everything you have to offer, this album was stripped down to the point where the only recognizeable part of Tantric is the singer. Where's the electric violin? Where's the inventive guitar? For a band with such potential...this is a letdown. A few songs stand out, but overall the lyrics are uninventive, and the music is so stripped down it's barely there at all! I know people leave and band members change but...that's no excuse to put together a record that, for the most part, sounds half-assed. Better luck next time?

Boring

Greis42,

This album has its moments but all in all is very boring. Bring back todd, jesse and matt or atleast release "tantric III" its been 6 years let us hear what the original lineups last hooray sounded like

About Tantric

The post-grunge outfit Days of the New rocked heavy in 1998 with their major-label eponymous debut and the singles "Solitude" and "Touch, Peel and Stand," and the boys from Louisville, KY, quickly absorbed the fast success and MTV's praise. But as soon as they enjoyed the rock & roll fast life, original bandmembers Todd Whitener (guitar), Jesse Vest (bass), and Matt Taul (drums) left the band after creative differences and whirlwind hype. Two years later, the three were still making music, but under the moniker Tantric. Signed to Madonna's Maverick label, the band welcomed new vocalist Hugo Ferreira and issued a brand-new self-titled album, more rollicking and bold than their previous output. That album became a gold-selling hit, with "Breakdown" topping Billboard magazine's Mainstream Rock chart and reaching the Top Five of its Modern Rock chart; "Astounded" going Top Ten on the Mainstream Rock chart and reaching the Modern Rock chart; and "Mourning" reaching both charts. Tantric followed three years later with After We Go, which reached the Top 100 of the album chart and produced the Top Ten Mainstream Rock hit "Hey Now" and two other tracks that reached the chart, a cover of Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain" and the album's title song. In late 2007, Whitener, Vest, and Taul exited Tantric, just as they had Days of the New. Ferreira retained rights to the name, however, and he organized a new edition of Tantric with Joe Pessia (guitar), Erik Leonhardt (bass), and former Fuel member Kevin Miller (drums). With this lineup, Tantric recorded their third album, The End Begins, released by the Silent Majority Group label on April 22, 2008, prefaced by the single "Down and Out," which reached the Top Five of the Mainstream Rock chart. By the time of the band's fourth album, Mind Control, released August 4, 2009, Miller had been replaced by Richie Monica, and the group had expanded to a quintet with the addition of electric violinist Marcus Ratzenboeck. ~ MacKenzie Wilson & William Ruhlmann

  • FORMED
    1999

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