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Black Cow?

What is these guys problem. The leader singer sounds depressed and dull, the music is completely mainstream with absolutely no musical originality. Messed up name too did the guy just randomly wake up and dub his new CD Black Cow? Who calls themselves Aden? There are hundreds of bands better than "Aden" and obviously they're not doing something right by making music. Whoever thinks this is good should forget about it and get some real bands like U2, Smashing Pumpkins, Foo Fighters, The Strokes, Rush, The Bravery, and Chevelle.


this is really good..i dont think that first review guy knows what he's talking about


Formed: Washington DC

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s

Indie-pop combo Aden was led by singer/guitarist Jeff Gramm, the son of Texas senator Phil Gramm; originally dubbed Dingle, the group -- also including bassist Fred Kovey and drummer Josh Klein -- formed on the campus of the University of Chicago in 1995, tapping Sabalon Glitz's Chris Holmes to produce their debut single "Scooby Doo." Shortly after recording their 1997 self-titled debut LP for the local Fortune4 label, Aden expanded to a four-piece with the addition of guitarist Kevin Barker; when...
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