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outstanding!

This is a truly fantastic effort from out of obscurity. This is spacey, ambient, hard rock at it's best. The raw emotional power of the vocals adds the perfect touch and distinguishes this band from the others. Fans of early Monster Magnet should instantly fall in love with U.S. Christmas. Songs flow in and out of each other making the entire ablum listenable; a true ablum experience - one of the best of 2008.

Edgy & Eclectic

Awesome music; eclectic group. Edgy but familiar at the same time. A little taste of something for everyone. Give them a try; you won't be disappointed.

What a find!

I can't believe I haven't heard this band before. Every track is fantastic, with Say Sister probably my current fav of all time. You won't regret getting this, don't think, BUY.

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Genre: Rock

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U.S. Christmas (aka USX) is a psychedelic-space-rock-post-metal ensemble originating in the Appalachian Mountains (Marion, North Carolina, to be precise) and consisting of Nate Hall (guitar, vocals), Matt Johnson (theremin, synthesizer, guitar), Josh Holt (bass), B.J. Graves (drums), Justin Whitlow (drums, synthesizer), and Meghan Mulhearn (violin). Their journey began inauspiciously in the summer of 2002, with the band performing at whatever venues would have them (biker bars, art spaces, you name...
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