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Nearly every song grows on you over the course of several minutes. The melodies are good enough to keep listening, but after you're one or two times through any given track, it sort of dawns you on that it's epic & awesome.

Minimalist, so lots of noises are introduced (a la OK computer) and production is a 'best of' modern and classic recording techniques. It's easy to find an album that feels raw (Ryan Adams Heartbreaker, Neil Young Harvest etc) but it's tough to find one that still has kinetic energy.

Highly recommended, it's been in my car for nearly one month, hop on the canadian bandwagon people!


Worth the wait. Another amazing album from the SRB. Tractor Beam Blues should be a single (whats it doing at the end of the album?)


You'll love it.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Canadian singer/songwriter Sam Roberts released his first true debut in 2002, following a popular demo he had made in Montreal. Before that, he had been a violin player who eventually moved on to guitar and started a rock band with his friends. After getting a bit of coverage on MuchMusic, they decided to try their luck in Los Angeles. The band didn't get any positive reactions from record labels and disbanded in 1998, but that didn't stop Roberts from going back to Canada and beginning to write...
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Collider, Sam Roberts Band
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock, American Trad Rock
  • Released: May 10, 2011

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