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Album Review

Earth to Andy's Chronicle Kings manages to blend power-pop riffs with a touch of '80s hair-band bravado and a bit of '90s heavy rock. It's a mix that manages to be surprisingly fresh and engaging. Lead singer Andy is a belter who possesses some of the vocal charisma of the late Phil Lynott. The background harmonies are excellent, and give everything a tough, confident feel that works to the band's advantage. "Pollution," "The Buffalo," "Biting at My Heels," and "Sometimes" are among the catchy, crunchy standouts. The main flaw is that it all becomes a bit predictable after a while, but it hardly matters if all one wants is some good, hard ear candy.

Customer Reviews

Chronicle of kings

The whole album is great I bought this album when it orinally came out and iv NEVER got tired of it

This is one of my favorite bands!

I found out about Earth to Andy on an internet "Music You Should Listen To" quiz when I was in middle school, oddly enough They couldn't have been more right! This is one of my favorite albums ever. I love the Bollywood/Middle Eastern influence to the guitars and the gorgeous vocal harmonies over the alternative rhythms. My favorite songs are "Sometimes", "Smoke Ring", and "Biting At My Heels." This album does not disappoint. I highly recommend it.

Fantastic album

This is a way underrated band. This is one of my favorite albums. They should have been big but who knows what happened.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

The alt-rock group Earth To Andy formed in 1997 out of the ashes of two neighboring bands, Egypt and Red Henry. Egypt's vocalist/guitarist Andy and drummer/vocalist Kevin Murphy joined forces with Red Henry's vocalist/bassist Chris Reardon and guitarist/vocalist Tony Lopacinski and began playing dates across the Eastern seabord. The band signed with Giant Records and released their debut album Chronicle...
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