Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Don't Cut Your Fabric to This Year's Fashion
Genres: Alternative Rock, Special Interest, Pop, Rock
The recording process of Don't Cut Your Fabric To This Year's Fashion was experimental to say the least. Recorded at Pie Studios in Glen Clove, Long Island and General George's converted studio in Lindenhurst, NY, the alb... more »
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The recording process of Don't Cut Your Fabric To This Year's Fashion was experimental to say the least. Recorded at Pie Studios in Glen Clove, Long Island and General George's converted studio in Lindenhurst, NY, the album was produced and mixed by William Wittman, famous for his work as CYNDI LAUPER's exclusive producer for the past 15 years. Don't Cut Your Fabric To This Year's Fashion features guest appearances by Eddie Reyes of TAKING BACK SUNDAY and Gary Bennett of KILL YOUR IDOLS.
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Benjamin Norman | Washington DC | 09/18/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Right on the label it says everything for you..."For Fans of...The Killers, Interpol, The Faint, and Depeche Mode"
They couldn't be more right. Action Action serves to please in this album which I bought on a whim. The tracks are introspective, alarming, surprising, moving, and exciting!
I wish I could say more but I just can't think of a way to express in words what your ears should be hearing!
Go...now! Buy! Listen!"
Buy this now!!!!
barry bonds | CA | 09/20/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This CD is amazing. The ad says it best if you are a fan of new wave or anything like it you will love this CD. Its a bit more pop/rock and less electronic than The Faint but it satisfies the same apatite I just hope it holds up the as time goes by and I listen more."
Punky angsty synth pop, better then you would think
M. Willden | North Salt Lake, UT United States | 01/11/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Ignore the label, that is a marketing campaign, you know the sticker that says for fans of the killers, depeche mode and teh faint, uhhh not nearly as good as any of them. Yet, for a side project debut from a bunch of indie emo/punk guys it's not bad.
They pull of the sytnh pop beautifully with "drug like", but fail on some levels with "photograph" which sounds like a synthy goo goo dolls-Bryan Adams cover. My fav's are Drug Like, A Simple Question, Broken, This year's Fashion/don't cut your fabric, and The Short Weekend Begins With A Longing.
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