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Album Review

Dropbox's debut is emblazoned with a sticker blurb from Sully Erna, who proclaims that the band's melodies are the best he's heard since Alice in Chains. That's high praise. But it's also a bit misleading, since Dropbox are the first signees to Erna's Realign/Universal vanity imprint. The Godsmack mastermind also had a hand in Dropbox's creation, introducing guitarist Lee Richards (himself a former member of Godsmack) to vocalist John Kosco. Erna also played drums on the majority of the band's self-titled debut. What all of this really means is that Dropbox doesn't fall very far from the Godsmack tree. Whether the vocal harmonies of post-grunge anthems "Wishbone," "Unfold," and "I Feel Fine" really are on par with Alice in Chains, there's no question that the band is Dropbox's primary — some would say only — influence. Kosco, Richards, fellow guitarist Joe Wilkinson, and bassist Jimmy Preziosa temper their sludgier moments with brooding material ("Take Away the Sun"), and also find time for some straightforward heavy rock in the vein of Tantric ("Run," "I Told You"). But for the most part, Dropbox stick to recycling the powerful riffs and throaty vocals of vintage grunge, whether it's Alice or the chugging bottom end of Soundgarden, most apparent in the aforementioned "Wishbone." Godsmack fans won't be disappointed, even though Drop don't pack quite the metallic crunch of that group. The real audience for Dropbox seems like the casual active rock radio listener, the fan willing to take harder moments with the soft, and looking for melodic progressions suggestive of grunge's past glories.

Customer Reviews

This is How Rock Should Sound

If you are a Godsmack fan then check this out. This is some of the best rock music I have heard. There is not one bad song that I don't like on here. I love the leads singers' voice, it is so incredible. My favorites are "Wishbone, I Feel Fine, Forgotten Songs, Take Away The Sun, Unfold and Fall Away" I am so glad I bought this. Fantastic music and I can't wait to hear more.

Old Farts Rule!

Pure Seattle Sound! 1992 re-born. I'm an old guy who can't stand nu-metal: this is real rock.

Great Album

This albums got everything from intense pump-up music to soft relaxing melodies. Preview it first but trust me, it's great. Long live Sully Erna!

Biography

Formed: 2002 in New Jersey

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Dropbox formed in 2002 after Godsmack mastermind Sully Erna introduced vocalist John Kosco to ex-Godsmack guitarist Lee Richards. The two hit it off, and were soon working on new material with guitarist Joe Wilkinson and bassist Jim Preziosa. Next, Erna tapped the band as the initial signees to Realign, his vanity imprint through Universal, and put them in the studio with helming veteran Dave Jerden. The result was Dropbox, which appeared in April 2004. It featured a sound influenced heavily by hard...
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  • $6.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative
  • Released: Apr 13, 2004

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