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This is how a rock band should sound!

With each album you guys just get better and better! I normally skip thru songs on a new cd looking for the ones that grab my attention but I have never done that with Eskimo. Each song draws you in and takes you on such an awesome ride! From the opening chords of "Like the Heart Goes," I was hooked. There are cd's on the charts right now that can't hold a candle to the music you've made here. I'm so in love with this cd and I'm so proud of you guys and the work you've done! Cheers!

One of the best purchases I

I found out about this band through Rob's Twitter and went to hear some singles on their site and immediately was hooked. Love the vocals on this album, love the lyrics, and just absolutely adore the sound of this band.

I'm Obsessed!!

I just recently discovered Louden Swain (I heard Worlds Collide in the background of a Supernatural Episode - The Slice Girls) and was intrigued. I have since bought everything these guys have put out. This album along with all their other stuff has been on constant rotation since. I cannot say enough good things about this album or about their entire body of work. Seriously...... just buy it and marvel at their brillance!! You will not be disappointed by a single track. First thing on my to-do list is to see these guys live.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Louden Swain live in Los Angeles, feature a bona fide celebrity, and recorded their debut album in the Hollywood Hills, but they're not a Hollywood glamour band or everyday television star vanity project. It's true that they took their name from a movie (the 1980s teen flick Visionquest), and their lead singer Rob Benedict is also an actor who plays the recurring role of Richard on TV's Felicity. But Louden Swain see themselves as regular guys from the Midwest who write songs about heartbreak, self-doubt,...
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