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East Hundred

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Truely Amazing

These guys have changed the face of music. Everything about this album is beautiful. From the beautiful melodies to the wonderful lyrics and the most angel-like voice i have ever heard. This band has got it. And they've got the looks to-boot! gorgeous. absolutely gorgeous.

My favorite CD by an unsigned band

I love supporting unsigned/indie artists, and of all the CDs by unsigned bands I've gotten, this EP is my favorite. The musicianship and quality of the recording are both impeccable.

Super great album

The lyrics are just beautiful and there isn't a song on here you won't like, great up and coming band.

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Philadelphia-based East Hundred play melodic pop/rock with layers of guitars and synths, a sound that fits somewhere near that of Death Cab for Cutie if the Cardigans' Nina Persson were handling the singing. The group began as a trio in 2004 when brothers Brooke and Will Blair (guitars and drums, respectively) asked Brooke's girlfriend at the time, Drexel University film student Beril Guceri — who had previously asked the brothers to score a film project of hers — to sing on some tracks...
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