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Another great album from Common Rotation!

I've been following Common Rotation for several years now and have really enjoyed seeing how they have evolved as a group. This album is a gem...just audibly stunning! It is a keeper for sure :)

Common Rotation takes it to Another Level!!

Loving this new record "Keep an Open Gallery." Common Rotation maintains their distinctive sound from previous records while at the same time expanding outward into a whole new, futuristic direction. The timeless, campfire-folk feel of this album is grounded out by a subversive back-alley moodiness that only these guys from New York could summon up - out on the open range! This album is a sudden favorite for 2011!

Pure perfect.

Amazing. It's a shame bands like this only have 10 listeners.


Formed: Long Island, NY

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Centered around singer/songwriters Adam Busch (vocals) and Eric Kufs (guitar), Common Rotation are an energetic indie rock ensemble from Long Island, New York. Busch, who made his major acting debut in the fifth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer as Warren, founded Common Rotation with his school chum, Kufs, in early 1999. They self-released 28 Orange Street before the year's end and toured in support of the record for two years solid. Dates with They Might Be Giants and sold-out shows in London,...
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