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Buy One, Get One

by The Bosch

What you might get if the White Stripes, the Violent Femmes, and Phil Spector collaborated on a Quentin Tarantino soundtrack.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Come on Phillie
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2. The Movie Director
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3. Metronome
2:40 $0.99
4. Matching Girlfriend
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5. Teenage Symphony
4:38 $0.99
6. Back to the Laboratory
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7. Zombie Killer
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8. Napoleon Invades Russia
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9. Tell the Doctor
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The Bosch, a fearsome four-piece rock outfit from New York City, have just finished recording their 9-song EP "Buy One Get One" with rising star producer Duane Lundy in Lexington, Kentucky. This fall, the album hits college and specialty radio, and national press, in a campaign coordinated by Jeffrey Smith's Crash Avenue Entertainment.

The Bosch boasts a powerful sound that energetically draws from several rock and roll styles. "Buy One, Get One" sounds like what you might get if The White Stripes, The Violent Femmes, and Phil Spector recorded the soundtrack to a Quentin Tarantino movie.

Combined with touring that is taking them throughout the Northeast and South, The Bosch are confident that this fall will find them within striking distance of ultimate rock star fantasy: a bright and dynamic future filled with champagne, cocaine, and the chance to hunt whales in a hovercraft.

The Bosch have been playing out in New York City and environs for two years. Their shows are intensely entertaining: the Columbia Daily Spectator termed one of their shows at Luna Lounge "a blast of auditory and visual brilliance."

Their previous album earned airplay on nearly 300 radio stations in the fall of 2004, and earned glowing reviews; Skratch Magazine called the band "unsigned gold."

The Bosch's origins are America's preeminent Williamsburgs. In Williamsburg, Virginia, drummer Holt and guitarist Matt met in their tedious years at a white-bread private school. Having developed a telepathic musical rapport, they headed to the other Williamsburg, in Brooklyn, where they were joined by the illustrious bassist Brett and multitalented keyboardist/saxophonist Andrew. Vocals are primarily Matt's job, joined by Holt and Brett.



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J.R. Oliver- Earcandy

Sounds like something you've owned for years. Almost Perfect!
Think New York Dolls meets Hoodoo Gurus with flashes of Jim Carroll, Lou Reed, the White Stripes, Violent Femmes and Sha Na Na plus many more I can’t put my finger on at the moment. Extremely infectious rock n’ roll with no noticeable filler. The vocals sound a lot like the Gurus stuff. Hell, this is another one of those albums that sounds like something you’ve owned for years. You could play this and the Dead Boys side by side and neither would sound out of place. Very highly recommended!


Do I hear the Rolling Stones? It's Freaking Great!
Did I hear a Rolling Stone's influence? I heard a lot of influences on this disc from Brooklyn's The Bosch. It's sixties psychedelic rock infused with elements of ska and punk. It's freaking great! Completely engulfing you with a delivery of spastic, high-energy guitars and vocals, The Bosch don't bring to mind New York… more like the British evasion that brought the world The Kinks. The saxophone leads the rhythm of almost all tracks but often pushed aside by surf riffs and a haunting organ.
R.I.Y.L.: The Buzzcocks, The Kinks, The Who

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Buy One Get One
It's nice to hear a garage band doing something different. The Bosch have a full, shuffling sound with a keyboard player who also plays sax and clarinet. The horns give them a 50s rock influence, especially on a couple of hand-clapping numbers and the ballady "Teenage Symphony." Along with rockabilly drumming, skanky upbeat horn lines, and good Lou Reed-ish rock vox, they're raucous in a Who meets the White Light/White Heat era Velvets way, but executed with good, clean fun.