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Slow Motion Life, Pt. 1 - EP

Nine Days

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Excellent

From the opening track, to the close, this album is rock solid - melodically and lyrically. After Nine Days' breakup with Epic/550 records, I'm sure that the label did everything within their power to smother these guys. Why? Because they're a threat to the machine: a band who already sounded good BEFORE leaning on the majors' production power. They sounded great before "The Madding Crowd," and this record proves that they still do. So, stick it to the man, support this great band, and purchase this album.

firstr review

nine days still awesome check out Suddenly and New shoes

Short

Short but sweet. Six more songs like these would have made for a smokin cd. I'll take this though. These dudes are very good.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Nine Days was formed on Long Island by singer/songwriter/guitarists John Hampson and Brian Desveaux, who had previously played together and apart in a series of local groups. The band was filled out by keyboard player Jeremy Dean, bass player Nick Dimichino, and drummer Vincent Tattanelli. Focusing on their songwriting and shared lead vocals, Hampson and Desveaux holed up in Hampson's apartment in Deer Park woodshedding, then released their own debut album and began playing live shows. They won WBAB's...
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Slow Motion Life, Pt. 1 - EP, Nine Days
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  • $5.94
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Sep 11, 2007

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