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Negativity

by Deer Tick

Negativity by Deer Tick

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Negativity

by Deer Tick

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Label: Partisan Records
"My love for you is all but new," sings John McCauley on his band's fifth album. The amazing melodies underneath McCauley's keening grit remains, and his uncanny resemblance to Sonny Bono comes out on retro ballads like "Just Friends." Meanwhile, the addition of horns on "The Rock" and "Trash" amp up both the volume and a turn towards Van Morrison-style blue-eyed soul. The twangy "In Our Time" proves McCauley's the perfect foil for a grizzled- and honeyed-voice duet.

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"My love for you is all but new," sings John McCauley on his band's fifth album. The amazing melodies underneath McCauley's keening grit remains, and his uncanny resemblance to Sonny Bono comes out on retro ballads like "Just Friends." Meanwhile, the addition of horns on "The Rock" and "Trash" amp up both the volume and a turn towards Van Morrison-style blue-eyed soul. The twangy "In Our Time" proves McCauley's the perfect foil for a grizzled- and honeyed-voice duet.

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About This Album

"My love for you is all but new," sings John McCauley on his band's fifth album. The amazing melodies underneath McCauley's keening grit remains, and his uncanny resemblance to Sonny Bono comes out on retro ballads like "Just Friends." Meanwhile, the addition of horns on "The Rock" and "Trash" amp up both the volume and a turn towards Van Morrison-style blue-eyed soul. The twangy "In Our Time" proves McCauley's the perfect foil for a grizzled- and honeyed-voice duet.