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Exits & All the Rest (Bonus Track Version)

Girl In a Coma

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iTunes Editors’ Notes

While it’s fair to say that Girl in a Coma has sweetened its musical blend on Exits & All the Rest, by no means has the San Antonio trio lost its snarl or wallop. Since its 2007 debut, the group has broadened its palette without veering from its underlying punk and grunge influences. As lead singer, Nina Diaz shows greater range and confidence here, emphasizing her caressing upper range as much as the growling yelps that punctuated GIAC’s earlier releases. She also stretches out as a guitarist, dabbling in both fuzzed-out textures (“Mother’s Lullaby”) and rippling, Dick Dale–esque runs (“She Had a Plan”). Bassist Jenn Alva and drummer Phanie D more than hold their own as they lay down bone-shaking rhythms on “One Eyed Fool” and cool out with an ’80-style Brit-rock groove on “Smart.” The music’s volatility is matched by the bruise-filled but still-yearning content of Diaz’s lyrics. Tunes like “Adjust,” “Sly,” and “Cemetery Baby” obsess over the pains and pleasures of romance until the two extremes become one.

Customer Reviews

Amazing Evolution

If you are a fan of over-produced, auto-tuned and electronically enhanced music for and by robots, then this album is not for you. The album was made by recording onto tape. Analog? What? They still have that? What's great about GIAC doing it here is that you get a really great stripped down sound that comes closer to their live sound than any previous record. And if you've seen them live, you know what I mean. If you haven't seen them live, I envy you , because you still get to experience their sound for the first time.
So many great tunes here, my personal favorites are "She had a Plan" and "Control". They are serious songs that are also unbelievably catchy. And if you think "Catchy" is a bad thing, I just mean that they are instantly appealing and memorable.
This album is great and another leap forward for a band that I can only assume will become enormously famous shortly. And you can say you were a fan before that skyrocket to fame. Support independent music by buying the album here. Don't be a dick and steal it. And go out and support the band if they play in your city . You will thank me.

Great album! Awesome band!

Been following the band for a few years now and this is there best yet. Download it! You won't regret it.

GIAC

I just saw these ladies the other night in Houston and they played most of the new album, it rocks better live. I like the 80's vibe of "smart". As for the new sound, I hope they go back to basics REAL soon.

Biography

Formed: 2001 in San Antonio, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Naming themselves in homage of the Smiths' song "Girlfriend in a Coma," Girl in a Coma started in San Antonio, TX, with bassist Jenn Alva and drummer Phanie Diaz, two best friends who bonded thanks to a shared interest in Nirvana and the Smiths. The duo endured several failed experiments in both band lineups and musical styles before discovering that Nina Diaz, Phanie's younger sister, possessed talent as a singer, guitarist, and songwriter. Though Nina was only 12 when she performed her first song...
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