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Album Review

Damone's sophomore release, Out Here All Night, would sonically serve rather well as the soundtrack to those late summer nights spent driving aimlessly around with friends searching for that random party — you know, the rowdy one at some haphazard place that only picks up well after dusk when every last person you know or have at least seen around town has shown up. The straightforward revelry steering "Outta My Way" even has random party banter popping up in between all the glam rock attitude posturing to further drive the point home. Lyrically, however, the album leans more to the darker side of the aforementioned party — the self-doubt, lost love, and just trying to figure those carefree nights out in the grand scheme of things. For a musical comparison, insert any uplifting arena rock band into the blank with ringing guitar leads and powerful riffs, but put a tough female singer boasting a sweet, soaring voice up front to control the pop-punk masses. The album plays as the next logical step forward from the band's 2003 debut — surging choruses and tight playing bolstered even more with sporadic string-infused arrangements and production work so clean you could practically eat off it. As stated earlier, though, things aren't all the bright fun of songs like "Tonight" and "Now Is the Time" (the latter whose chorus is practically crying to be the theme for a WB drama). "Stabbed in the Heart" uses plaintive strings and potent guitars for an emotional buildup that — not to sound redundant — would fit well in a key love scene retrospective during a Hilary Duff movie, while "On Your Speakers" is the song that would no doubt result had lead singer Noelle actually been Bon Jovi's daughter. Throughout all the nocturnal merriment, Damone are seldom found short on enough attitude or six-string power to carry listeners into the early morning hours with ease — no matter how the night actually winds up turning out.

Customer Reviews

The guitars of Maiden with the chops of Pat Benatar

Listen girls, not often a CD melts the old crusty shell of this boy, but the new CD by Damone is making me a believer in the power of rock again. They've brought back the awesome power of the 2 gtr duels that made Iron Maiden and Judas Priest so amazing, but brought in a truly powerful female vocalist that sounds like part Pat Benatar, part Veruca Salt, part early Go-go's, and if you want to get obscure Julianne of All About Eve. White hot stuff. Amazing. Not one bad song on the whole CD. If there were more real bands out there like this, playing real music, the industry wouldn't be crying in pain like the babies they are. Rawwk on Damone. Rawwk on.

Now Is the Time

This album is incredible! the performance, the songwritting, the rocking is all super consistant. Each song has a solid message and a great hook. Now is the time to download this album and support this amazing band...your ipod will thank you for the rock....peace.

New Fan Here

I intended to just purchase Out Here All Night and ended up with the whole album after listening to all of the track samples. What I great rock album. Ill be going to see these guys (and gal) next time they come to town.


Formed: 2001 in Waltham, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Tagging themselves after a character from the 1982 comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Dave Pino (guitar/vocals), Noelle (vocals/guitar), Vazquez (bass), and Dustin Hengst (drums) comprise the punk-pop group Damone. Pino had been writing songs and making a musical name for himself in and around his native Boston during the late '90s, composing tracks about a girl who dumped him. Within a year or two, he, Hengst, and Vazquez were rocking out in each other's basements. One of their good friends had...
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