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Down A River

by Dinosaur Eyelids

Alternative rock for a new generation...
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Maelstrom of Malevolence
3:14 $0.39
2. Show Me Your Way Out
2:21 $0.39
3. Paranoid Schizophrenia
2:17 $0.39
4. Arcoss the Sea
4:08 $0.39
5. Further Down A River
3:55 $0.39
6. Nibiru
6:34 $0.39
7. Delaware and Raritan
4:28 $0.39
8. Blood Beat
3:11 $0.39
9. Conditionals
2:55 $0.39
10. Into the Ocean
3:58 $0.39
11. ...And the Gods Made War
2:48 $0.39
12. Freedom Is A Word
2:12 $0.39
13. Apple Blossoms and Atom Bombs
5:03 $0.39
14. 21 Gram Salute
7:49 $0.49
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Album Notes
"...chock full of distortion and in your face vocals and drums. “Maelstrom of Malevolence” is the first track on the album and, like a lot of the album, has a 70’s Black Sabbath feel with Evan Staats’ vocals sounding like a mix of Kurt Cobain and Chris Cornell (Cornell’s Soundgarden days of course)...“Down A River” is a great example of what alternative rock should sound like."-Jersey Rock Review (http://jerseyrockreview.com/2011/02/14/dinosaur-eyelids-%E2%80%93-down-a-river-%E2%80%93-album-review/)

"...'Down a River' wails with gritty guitar riffs, accompanied by subtle yet engaging rhythms. Songs like '…And the Gods Made War' and 'Further Down a River' exemplify the band's undying energy that is put forth in their music.
But don't underestimate Dinosaur Eyelids diversity — tracks such as 'Conditionals' and 'Across the Sea' add a tranquil vibe to the album's entirety. "Across the Sea" creeps into a suave state as lead singer Staats croons, "so now I'm drifting across the sea/and where I drift to don't mean much to me." The song truly makes listeners feel as though they are drifting across the sea, which heeds much praise toward the fabulous songwriting. All of the tracks on the album contain deeply heartfelt lyrics that can be accredited to Staat's poetic nature.
Dinosaur Eyelids have struck a chord on displaying their imminent talent with 'Down a River'. Playing gigs ranging from local hot spot, the Court Tavern to Fontana's in New York City..."-Emily Gabriele, Rutgers Targum (http://www.inside-beat.com/music/dinosaur-eyelids-release-their-second-album-just-in-time-for-valentine-s-day-1.2463392)

"Exploding into life with the nihilistic despair of ‘Maelstrom of Malevolence’ Evan Staats’ passionate angst-ridden wails, acts as a riling cry to the social-networking generation to log-off and make a stand against government-controlled news media – an anthem for change."-Chybucca Sounds (UK)(http://chybuccasounds.com/2011/03/06/dinosaur-eyelids-down-a-river-servis-road/)

"The album kicks off with the great song Maelstrom Of Malevolence. This album sounds very good. It is well produced. All instruments sound outstanding and are in good balance. The singer does like on the first album a great job. This guy is blessed with a fantastic voice."-Stoner Rock is Here to Stay (The Netherlands) (http://insane-riez.blogspot.com/2011/02/down-river.html)



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