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Album Review

On their second album for Kill Rock Stars, the Makers glue their patented, dirty Spokane garage roar to a glammy, attitudinal approach with splendid results. Produced with the golden touch of board man Jack Endino, Everybody Rise! is an inspirational rock & roll album. Fist-pumping power oozes out of "Matter of Degrees," while "Good as Gold" is all basement blister. However, a new secret weapon emerges on these tracks in the form of the superb harmony vocals of Mike Maker and his brother Don Maker. The falsetto-steered "Ordinary Human Love," and the piano-plunked sweetness that is "Run with Me Tonight" skillfully show the softer side of the Makers. In doing so, these Washington State-bred cats confirm there is little they cannot or will not accomplish in their quest to get folks to dance to rock music again. As one of the most dependable and determined American outfits working in 2005, Everybody Rise! is the soundtrack of their ascent. ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Great Sound

We all know the drummer for this band kicks ass, Go Aaron! These guys have stepped it up lately and have produced a couple videos and are known to have one of the better drummers in the business. These guys are their way to stardum give some time you'll see.

Best garage rock band of the 90's...

I love the makers...I love their old stuff and their new stuff even though
there's a big difference between the two, However both are excellent...to me the makers are by far the best garage rock band of the 90's+ and they have stayed true to their style even during a time in the 90's when grunge was all the rage, they were wearing 60's style garb and driving around a hearse...some garage/punk rock purists say that they prefer the old stuff only, but good music is good music and these guys are extremely talented and they put on the best live show i've ever seen, and I've seen all the greats...seriously, buy thus album and any others you can get your hands on, you won't regret it...

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