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by Attic Of Love

Heavy Rock-n-Roll that creates a dizzying balance between eastern influenced soaring flute lines, cryptic vocals, and crushing guitars.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lesson
5:07 $0.99
2. Strip
4:36 $0.99
3. Therapy
5:16 $0.99
4. Untitled
5:29 $0.99
5. Hold My Family
4:20 $0.99
6. Calloused
6:37 $0.99
7. Sheep Look Up
4:34 $0.99
8. After Wrestling With Salvador Dali All Night in the Paranoic-cri
6:08 $0.99
9. Uncomplicated
6:18 $0.99
10. Klorox
4:50 $0.99
11. Chicomecohuatl and Christ Join Hands
4:01 $0.99
12. Nazis On the Moon
3:24 $0.99
13. Galatea
3:43 $0.99
14. Corpse
6:26 $0.99
15. Better Use of Silence
5:27 $0.99
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Album Notes
With the release of their CD Lessons and captivating live performances, Attic Of Love became one of New York's premier heavy rock-n-roll bands. Attic Of Love, now based on the west coast, boasts independent CD sales upwards of 10,000 units.

Their music can be described as poetic, intelligent, creative, and energetic alternative rock. The thing that makes this band special is their ability to write and perform excellent original music. Attic of Love's original music is well structured and intelligent . The songs are explosive, and can drift from calm and rhythmic to hard hitting and raw. The live shows are just awesome. Attic of love does not f%#ck around. They deliver a great performance consistently. Whether it's 5 or 5,000 people in the crowd, Attic Of Love's shows are intense, passionate and compelling. Ultimately, this is what propelled them to an opening slot on a leg of "THE POP DISASTER TOUR" for headliners Greenday, Blink 182 and COLD. J. Eric Smith of the Metroland Magazine in Albany, NY, writes, "(You) gotta see it to believe it." Don Wilcock (music journalist who writes for many publications including Rolling Stone, and is president of the National Blues Association) wrote that the band "exploded" from the stage "like flaming red napalm." "At once blistering and melodic," says Paul Goldsmith (Adirondack Life, Dec. 2003), "their music is a potent, yet refined, take on today's progressive heavy metal. Combining the surgical brutality of guitar player Dru Gillings and the jackhammer rhythm section of bassist Jim Gould and drummer Mike Speziali with Tisbert's soaring vocals, cryptic lyrics and Eastern-influenced flute work, the band boasts a modern, anything-but-lighthearted sound." See them live, and you will not be disappointed.

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jason woodard

live show was great album fun to listen to
comes at you from differnt perspectives not just alternative has meaning and soul


This CD is amazing
Lessons is truely a magnificent CD. Every song is well written, with good beats and contains messages that the listener can relate to.


Better with every listen.
Why are these guys not super giants in the industry?.
More Balls than Creed.
More creative than Pearl Jam.
Throw back Tull sounds that nobody has touched since Tull.
all strong dynamic Anthems.
Buy this album and tell your friends!


It's All Good !!
From the killer riffs on the title track to the haunting melody of Uncomplicated, this cd has it all. The album is also lyrically sound, which is refreshing in this day and age when a lot of bands think of lyrics as just filler.
Awesome album, great follow up to Being You.

Thom Cleland

HUGE Tool sound
A friend let me borrow this CD, and right away, I could hear the heavy riffs and the vocal tone of Maynard. So really, for me it's like Tool plus flute. And that's really cool.

I'm still working my way through the album, but I'm lovin' every song so far. The deep bass sound in Nazis on the Moon is awesome. Klorox, again, just has that Tool sound - the chugging bass part and the vocal interjections. Very Undertow-esque.


In Your Head
After listening to Attic Of Love evolve from their inception in the mid-1990's, I can honestly say that this is an outstanding album. At once, moody, lulling, really getting in your head... and the next moment, it's like to withstand the blastwave of a nuclear detonation! It's furious, raw, angry, but still retaining the violent intelligence of a serial killer. Yes, it's that good. Also, after seeing their shows in small club venues, it's almost a religious experience. Tisbert moves about the stage as if he were possessed by a demon, the whole time engaging the crowd, getting them worked into a fury with him. It's like nothing that todays music can compare to. You WANT to be there. You WANT to see what's going to happen next.
Seriously, in a market dominated with fluff, it's good to a band like Attic Of Love out there laying down their own rules, their own music... If you were to buy one album this year, let it be this one!

Mona Lisa

The Lesson’s album is the best representation of live Attic of Love to date. Every song has raw drive, and the sentiments and mood of the music resonates. Tisbert really knows how to economize his language, which I find appealing. His stark metaphors and images prove more evocative and sophisticated than any other contemporary rock lyricist I can think of. This is, hands down one of the best albums I own. It always moves me.


Picture Tool doing a compilation with Jethro Tull...
An awsome mixture of hard hitting rock and time inspired melodical foregrounds, with incredibly deep and insightfull lyrics. This CD is making me feel really philosophical right now, lol. Definately inspires a great mood, but you must see them live to really feel it, as I have the pleasure of saying (Riverwood, Casey's North, Luna's Underground, Big Day Out II).