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Customer Reviews

All the Right Moves

I go this cd in the mail, and i listened to it 4 times that day. I have their other three cds and a few of their concerts, and i have to say, that this is a serious contendor for the best pgroove album. You can really tell they've matured as a band (especially in songs like Honey Cut and 40 Roses) and really put a lot of effort into this. The only fault most fans will find is the length of the cd. Its only nine songs and not but 54 minutes. But you have to realize that Perpetual Groove is a live band. At this stage in the bands career, they dont need that many more songs to have a diverse set list for their concerts. If you can look past the length, you'll greatly enjoy this cd and every single song on it, wether your a fan or somebody just getting into them.

"It's an effort to heal yah!" by Bill Philips

The first studio album with new keyboardist John Hruby couldnt come at a better time. This album really illustrates Pgroove's song writing and lyrical abilities. Not many "jam bands" have the ability to write such emotionally charged songs. You can tell that the band put their heart and soul into each song. No Decorations is a great opener for the album and is often used to open shows. A Day the Way showcases Hruby's abilities as well as Brocks vocals. Honey Cut is a diverse instrumental in which Brock Butler uses the mandolin. 40 Roses is the most radio friendly tune and John Hruby takes lead vocals on this track. Up Again builds up nicely to a sick jam in the end. Too Close to the Sun is my favorite track on the album. And lastly Lost Connection is a deep and emotional brilliant lyrical tune. Personally I think that Albert Suttle (drummer) and Adam Perry (Bassist) consistently are on point throughout the entire album. Although this album is a departure from previous albums I think that with time this might be considered the turning point for this band as far as studio albums go. In the meantime catch a Pgroove live show and you wont be dissapointed.

so so

hate to say it but i think this album is a step back from live love die, and my least favorite pgroove so far. if youre new to pgroove i suggest buying sweet oblivious anecdote and then live love die before this one.

Heal, Perpetual Groove
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  • $8.91
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2009

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