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This band is going to be big. Watch out.


Such a relief to see that there are still a few bands out there that can create amazing music. I'd put these guys right up there with The Black Keys for writing solid, creative, and catchy songs. Keep it coming!

dissapointing :(

You know, after their fantastic debut a couple of years ago, i was really expecting a lot more from this band. Their first album contained many memorable tracks, like "Carnival of Crows", "Hard Times", and "Everything You're breathing for". The songs on this album aren't BAD songs by any means, and they're not selling out, either. Their songwriting is still comendable. The biggest problem? A lack of variety. Tracks 1-5 very much blend together, and it doesn't seem to capture my interest the way their first album did. So, all in all, i respect their effort, and i think they should continue with their creative ambitions; maybe they'll be better next time. Sophomore slump? Maybe. Let's face it; it's hard to top their debut. Good effort, guys. I'll look for you again in a couple of years; till then, i'll be listening to your first album.


Genre: Rock

Red Bank, New Jersey's the Parlor Mob arose out of the ashes of an earlier, short-lived band named What About Frank, circa 2004, and quickly attracted a small following in local clubs. Comprised of vocalist Mark Melicia, guitarists Dave Rosen and Paul Ritchie, bassist Nick Villapiano, and drummer Sam Bey, the group also earned much critical praise for their captivating translation of classic '70s rock devices (think Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, Captain Beyond, Granicus, etc.) into modern indie rock aesthetics....
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Dogs, The Parlor Mob
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Hard Rock
  • Released: Oct 10, 2011

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