Saturday, September 18, 2010


Long night, and I'm up early. I've had some ideas about how to make this blog better, and give more to yall. I'm going to work hard on implementing these differences as best I can, so expect alot more to come.

I'll say I think I might have been trying a little too hard to make this like other's blogs. Not cool, if I do anything, I do it my way, no compromising. So if anyone think's I'm slacking, call me out. Anyways...

I'm not sure what I'm doin the rest of this weekend, so that could mean good things here. I'm not good at being lazy.

Now, I'm not a fan of Hayley Williams, but I really do enjoy this song, as well as the group. They are "Death in the Park", a Indie/Rock group comprised of Andy Jackson- long time front man for Hot Rod Circuit, Joe Ballaro- bassist of Hot Rod Circuit, along with Ronnie Gardner on guitar, and Aaron Holmes on drums.

Hot Rod Circuit was one of my favorite bands for so long, it's not wonder I love this group so much, but that's not all.
When I first heard their EP sometime last year I believe, I was immediately refreshed by their light guitars, clean vocals, and still making me want to move. Jackson definitely  hasn't lost anything lyrically or vocally since his HRC days. Admittedly the first track, "Pitifully Exposed" certainly has a sort of HRC sound to it, but I don't think there's anything wrong with it. 

After a thorough listen of their entire debut album, each song has it's own unique hook and sound. This is NOT an album with 2 or 3 good songs, and the rest being "filler". I would have to rate the album a 4 out of listen for yourself!