Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Listen to Samples
Quirky "instrumetal" music a la Champs and Karp
J. H. Trecker | Chicago, IL USA | 12/27/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"With Joe Preston departed (Melvins, Thrones), C-Average is back to being a two-piece and this LP shows some of the holes. And, the three covers (ZZ Top, Sonics, Pink Floyd/Queen medley) make this disc thin on originals. However, more than their instrumetal contemporaries the Champs, C-Average shows restraint and craft in their songwriting -- the stuff rocks because they don't waste time trying to dazzle you with their mastery of the Myxolidian scale or whatnot. Also, C-Average is more a fusion of the Who and Vocokesh than the AC/DC-Sabbath riff the cover (and song titles) might lead you to believe. This isn't a "must-have" sorta thing, but it does sound purty good. Check out their 7" (thru) KRS' Single of the Month club for a more cohesive fusion of the C-Average musical ideal."
Fire up your El Camino!
J. H. Trecker | 12/03/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've just slipped into my acid washed armor... slid my long black comb into my back pocket... and now I'm ready to rock. My C-Average disc slides in and the riffs erupt like a cannister of hot biscuit dough... These guys have managed to channel 1972 like none before.... ripping through a twisted cache of dirty metal like a car full of retarded 15 year olds on crank. C-Average has the power to alter your physiology..laying on the beef double-decker style. John and the crew lean into every turn like they built the track...Heavy like T-bone salad baby, C-Average is the ticket you've been looking for. Put your Sabbath T-shirt on and grease down that banana seat...the cards are on the table and you've been dealt a metal hand."