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Excellent first ep

Greenstreet's first release very accurately showcases both the talent and range of style within the pop-rock-blues genre. The songs are laden with rocking grooves, extremely catchy choruses, and soulfully sweet vocals. For an independant release, this ep sounds incredibly professional and the flow of tracks makes for a smooth listen throughout. If you're a fan of classic rock and pop, this is highly recommended. The only downside is there aren't enough tracks.


Formed: 2003 in Troy, MI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Hailing from suburban Detroit, Greenstreet crafted an amiable, organic pop sound comparable to adult alternative acts like Train, O.A.R., and Maroon 5. The band's lineup fluctuated at first, but by 2003 they'd solidified around vocalist/guitarist Matt Kysia, lead guitarist Mike Vendittelli, drummer Scott Poloney, and bassist Matt Vendittelli....
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