The 11th Floor Band Sweet Mystery CD Review

I Will Take You There is a high-energy piece of rock that blends together Lynyrd Skynyrd, Tom Petty, and Warren Zevon. The band is able to create a cohesive sound that sets the stage for the rest of the tracks on their latest album, Sweet Mystery. Right Amount of Drunk is a country-infused track that keeps the same high momentum of the previous cuts on Sweet Mystery, while the act takes a very interesting stylistic turn. It is this sheer depth of sounds and influences that provides Sweet Mystery with such a high replay value.

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Ain’t No Doubt About It is a track that ratchets up the narrative content of the album, providing something that fans can sink their teeth into; Santana-styled guitar riffs provide a second line which individuals can enjoy. The jazzy drum line that plays at the back side of the song establishes The 11th Floor Band as one of the most eclectic and fun bands that we have reviewed this year. Brother (Can You Spare A Dime) is a radio-friendly track that builds off of the alt-rock of the early nineties with the rich American rock tradition. The melodies that are crafted by The 11th Floor Band during this composition with stick with fans long after that album has spun to a close.

Make sure to visit the band’s domain for additional information about The 11th Floor Band, photos and videos, and the ability to purchase your very own copy of Sweet Mystery. Keep an ear to the ground to see if The 11th Floor Band are stopping off at a city near you.

Top Tracks:  I Will Take You There, Right Amount of Drunk

Rating: 8.2/10

 

The 11th Floor Band Sweet Mystery CD Review / 2014 Self / 13 Tracks / http://11thfloorband.com/

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