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Ross Rice
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop
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Japanese Version featuring a Bonus Track: My Favourite Waste of Time.


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All Artists: Ross Rice
Title: Umpteen
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: E-Squared
Release Date: 6/10/1997
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 614005105327


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Japanese Version featuring a Bonus Track: My Favourite Waste of Time.

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Unexpected gem; One of my favorite CDs
Scott David Smith | Springfield | 03/01/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"First of all, no one seems to know who Ross either. But he has unexpectedly produced one of the best CDs in my collection from the 90s. There isn't a bad tune on this set of rockin' songs. He plays a soulful guitar that is great with or without headphones. Best songs certainly include the cathartic Wide Awake, To See All and Off My Mind. I also love the melodic Miss July and the mystical On Earth Again.

I think this guy lives in Nashville and I've heard he is playing organ on a recent album (2006). I keep waiting for a followup album but, quite frankly, he would be hard pressed to do better than Umpteen."
Check out the new record, Dwight
Soul Matey | Kingston, NY | 07/28/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Ross Rice is one of the best songwriters to have come along in many years. His range of musical stylings is eclectic and tasteful, and yes, the man knows how to rock! His newest release, Dwight, has recently hit the streets. Personal, insightful, full of depth and feeling and hope in this weary world. He has grown into his voice both vocally and musically. Now living in New York with his family of creative souls--he can be found at: A nicer man could not be known!"
And furthermore...
fendemos | Bowling Green, KY United States | 05/16/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have to agree with Heather on the aforementioned slagging of Ross's solo work. Having been involved with the project, live and in the studio (on two cuts) the work here is a totally different animal to the nucleus of Human Radio. That band was largely a collective and worked very hard at being eclectic, and thus were known for just that. I got to see the Radio several times; even got to open up for them in their Memphis stomping grounds, which believe me, is no easy task indeed. But in all fairness, the two should be treated as separate entities. Ross has managed to parlay his talents into a very promising solo career with the help of many friends and I'm glad to have helped him on his way. So, don't critique too harshly, just dig them vibes, people...

Fenner Castner
drums-percussion (on Off my Mind and Anything You Say)"