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Right on, Rifles

This band never disappoints. Their songs are catchy, upbeat pop/rock and "Freedom Run" continues in this fashion. I like the production value here and yes there are more prominent keyboards on this one, but at the core it's The Rifles; great songwriting and tasty melodies. Yes, it's a departure from past records, and I applaud them for evolving. It all works to good effect. I believe the band is unknown and under appreciated and I'm thankful to have found them.

Still waiting for it to grab me...

The first time I heard the Rifles was when a friend recommended I give their album The Great Escape a listen. I was instantly hooked. The music pulled me in and the lyrics kept me there. I was pretty stoked to hear that the Rifles were putting out a new album, but a little apprehensive about the lineup change (I understand the original drummer and bassist left the band). I've listened to this one a few times now and I'm still waiting for it to grab me. It's pretty good to start with and I'm sure it will grow on me, but I'm not blown away like I was with The Great Escape.

Castrated rock

Guitar castration + air brushed music = weak effort. They used to be a rock/pop band. Sad.


Formed: 2003 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Joel Stoker (vocals), Lucas Crowther (guitar), Rob Pyne (bass), and Grant Marsh (drums) create the jaunty garage rock sound of the Rifles. With their Jam-like swagger and matched playfulness to the Kooks, the Rifles came together in London in 2003. They made their performance debut a year later and earned praise from NME and BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe, who quickly championed the Rifles' boyish rock & roll fun. Their debut, "When I'm Alone," arrived in May 2005 and did moderately well among their growing...
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