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Theres a demographic

There's a demographic for this EP, it just isn't actual fans of The Cab.

So disappointed!

I'm a long time fan of The Cab, and I was really looking forward to their new music. But I'm so disappointed by this EP. I don't even know where to begin.

I get that bands' music changes, and that not every album is going to sound the same, but I think that Symphony Soldier is a thousand times better than this EP.

There's too much autotune, too much synth, and it sounds, frankly, like they're trying to hard to be current.

"Numbers" sounds like it should be a Justin Bieber song. "Lock Me Up" was promising until the chorus started. The gang vocals just did not work. At all. The best song on here is "Moon" but I still would have loved for it to have more of a rock edge.

I almost regret purchasing this, and I never thought I would say that about music put out by The Cab. But this EP is going to get tucked away, I'm going to pretend it never happened, and I'm going to go listen to Symphony Soldier again.

I'm still listening to the Cab, right?

I'm disappointed at best. Even the teaser videos were better than this EP. Though the general concensus in the reviews is that they're not gonna turn back the clock anytime soon, I would really much rather hear the old Symphony Soldier songs than this overtuned EP.

It's true that most pop bands are moving away from the traditional pop sound and more into radio-friendly hip-hop territory, but I honestly thought the Cab was different. I'm upset that they even released this and have now tarnished my opinion of them forever, but I really hope that if they ever release a full-length again it sounds way more like them.

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Las Vegas, NV

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Inspired by groups such as Fall Out Boy and Panic at the Disco, Las Vegas quintet the Cab was founded by then-students Alex DeLeon (vocals) and Cash Colligan (bass) in 2005 after the two met during high school. The duo began recording demos and broadcasting them via MySpace, but it quickly became evident that a complete band would be needed for them to realize their full potential. DeLeon and Colligan recruited Alex Johnson (drums), Alex Marshall (piano), and Ian Crawford (guitar), began playing...
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Lock Me Up - EP, The Cab
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  • $5.25
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Apr 29, 2014

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