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Amazing transition from an accomplished live band to a stunning studio recording.

Finally a full-length album from one of the best live bands in Philly. This is easily the most solid and addicting piece of work released from this area in the past few years. The instrumental precision is a welcoming gift to the ear, from the gentle slide guitar in “Pony” to the bass and drum heavy “Plus Minus” and “Deadpan”. The gorgeously dynamic vocals range from melodic to puissant while the keys and effects amalgamate in crescendo charm; absolutely nothing is overdone or left short. The only thing you need to know about this album, is that there is not one weak song, with the only downfall being the addiction to play and humming of tunes long after the first listen.

An excellent band progressing

As much as I love the first two releases, this CD shows the Philly band really coming together. Bringing Dave (bass) and Susan (keyboards) in as full members shows, and everyone is writing and playing better than ever. Fantastic singing, an original sound, and most of all, catchy songs that are not cliched or trite make this a CD to cherish.

great stuff

It's obvious how much care and attention to detail went into this album. The production is lush and layered without ever becoming overwhelming (it's especially fun to listen to on a good pair of headphones.) The vocals are bright as a bell....sorrow and optimism nicely balanced. The playing is uniformly tight...they tend to favor economy and subtle atmospherics over fireworks and the (often unexpected) melodies are stuck-in-your-head hummable. It's crisp, catchy, utterly sincere pop music--in the best sense of the word.


Formed: 2004 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Philadelphia-based East Hundred play melodic pop/rock with layers of guitars and synths, a sound that fits somewhere near that of Death Cab for Cutie if the Cardigans' Nina Persson were handling the singing. The group began as a trio in 2004 when brothers Brooke and Will Blair (guitars and drums, respectively) asked Brooke's girlfriend at the time, Drexel University film student Beril Guceri -- who had previously asked the brothers to score a film project of hers -- to sing on some tracks they'd...
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