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Something Delicious

by Hills Rolling

Instantly Addicting Psychedelic Pop Rock. Songs are in the style of Beck, Janes Addiction, Tom Petty and Weezer. AMAZINGLY diverse songs and GREAT vocals.
Genre: Pop: Psychedelic Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Wake Up
3:36 $0.99
2. Need It
3:27 $0.99
3. Want to Want To
3:18 $0.99
4. Nothing Like Good Times
3:18 $0.99
5. Miles in Miles
3:55 $0.99
6. After All These Years
3:31 $0.99
7. Aditude
1:12 $0.99
8. Tearing You Up Inside
2:17 $0.99
9. Perfect Escape
3:03 $0.99
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Album Notes
There once was a sound so powerful that it roared through the highest hills and into the towns that slept below. Be sure to cover 'yer ears or you too will be swept away by the clever and infectious sound of HILLS ROLLING.

The debut CD, 'Sweet Tea', will leave your thirst quite quenched, as well as, the latest CD, 'Something Delicious', which delivers fresh and super-likeable songs that are sure to please any appetite.

Hills Rolling is a Georgia-based Pop-Rock-Acoustic project with Psychedelic sprinklings and was created by singer-songwriter, Trey McGriff. Take a listen and you'll see why Hills Rolling is receiving so many sweet reviews.

You have heard Trey's music on MTV's 'The Real World', MTV's 'Undressed', Red Bull Events & DVD’s, XM SATELLiTE Radio, Comcast TV, NPR(National Public Radio) and Jagermeister Music Tour.

Hills Rolling is receiving some fantastic reviews in a slew of nationally distributed magazines like; Performer Magazine, Neufutur Magazine, Skope Magazine, Bullz-Eye Magazine and more.

Trey enjoys writing songs in several projects and throughout his music career, has opened for bands like: Roger Alan Wade(MTV's Jackass Soundtrack), Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Pepper, Slightly Stoopid, Journey, Foreigner, Finger 11, Paul Rogers(Bad Company/Queen), Mark Bryan (Hootie & the Blowfish), Cowboy Mouth, Molly Hatchet, Vinx, Soul Hat, Beanland, Gibb Droll and many more talented artists.

Mississippi drummer and like-minded-hometown-beer-drinking friend, Kenny Graeber, plays the drums on the songs "I Wake Up" & "After All These Years". Both tunes are included on the 'Something Delicious' CD.



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Roger Alan Wade (www.rogeralanwade.com)

I Love Your Sound.
Great Show & I Love Your Sound. Hope we do it again real soon. +++ Roger Alan Wade



i have to say ur music is fab...
i have to say ur music is fab...i would come to a venue if i happened to be in hotlanta or maybe u guys will be playing in NASHVEGAS sometime????? let me know & we'll get our gang out to support ya...- carrie


so soothing and very nice to listen to
“I love your hills rolling music. It is so soothing and very nice to listen to” M.Shackelford 11/5/08

Jersey Beat Music Fanzine

A really cool disc!
I love the press kit that comes with the Rolling Hills CD. A hazy photo of the cover which looks like someone eating a cherry, and the titles of the nine songs that appear on Something Delicious.- That\'s it! It\'s like, ok here\'s the song titles, check out the album for yourself, see what you think! Well, I think it\'s a really cool disc! Simple, deep riffs over a steady drum cadence accented from time to time with a passionate harp, Hills Rolling falls somewhere between the Jesus & Mary Chain and Morphine.

On the thoroughly enjoyable, atmospheric \"Want To Want To,\" the pop-synthesized tune is folk-dance rock, with a solid, subliminal beat, and a real melody that will swirl around in your cranium.

From the very first bars of it\'s nine song debut, Hills Rolling stake out an utterly distinct spot on the cusp of punk, and the avant-garde.
-Phil Rainone


Hills Rolling makes Top 10 albums of 2008
2008 Year End Music Review: Jason Thompson

Another year in music has come and gone. As I compiled this annual list of my favorite albums, I felt the cynicism creeping over me. Man, the music industry has really gone down the crapper but good. I don’t feel as bad for artists waxing nostalgic about the “good old days” as I might have a few short years back. I’m turning into one of those dudes who “can’t relate” to all the music the kids are digging these days, though I suspect that has more to do with my not being a Jonas Brothers or Hannah Montana fan than anything else. In the meantime, Metallica released a new one whose regular CD mix apparently sounded shitty compared to the “Guitar Hero” edition of the same album, and Axl Rose finally got around to releasing Chinese Democracy, which may have been overshadowed more by Dr. Pepper making good on their promise to give everyone a free bottle of their product if the album was released this year. Yeah, things are a bit of a mess. But here are a nice batch of albums to keep you entertained in this day and age of music biz misery.

Hills Rolling: Something Delicious

To put it simply, Hills Rolling does a great less-is-more thing, mixing Beatles pop sensibilities with Lou Reed-style guitar playing and arranging. Two of my favorite acts rolled out as one new one. I can’t argue with that, and neither should you.
-Jason Thompson

Neufutur Magazine

Hills Rolling - Something Delicious (CD)
We here at NeuFutur had the chance to review Hills Rolling’s last album, “Sweet Tea”, and we were very impressed with the rock stylings of the band at that point. “Something Delicious” is the latest disc by Hills Rolling, and it showcases 9 impressive tracks that build upon the solid foundation that was created by “Sweet Tea”. “Something Delicious” begins with “I Wake Up”, a unique track that defies convention from the onset. The track itself has a slacker vibe to it that is counter-balanced by the innovative arrangements that are present throughout. Hills Rolling can switch musical styles on a stop of a dime, but the whole of their compositions on “Something Delicious” represent a coherent, cohesive entity. The momentum that Hills Rolling created on “I Wake Up” continues, and even increases, during “Need It”.

“Need It” succeeds due to the gritty guitar line that is strung through the track, and is especially compelling when it matches up with Trey’s vocals. “After All These Years” is a track that draws on a rich tradition put forth by acts like The Replacements and Blind Melon. Trey’s vocals are the cherry on top of the band’s instrumental sundae: the ability of McGriff’s vocals to curl and twist above the instrumentation on “Something Delicious” is simply something that has not been heard on music up to this point. “Aditude” is a track that switches Hills Rolling’s sound up considerably, adding more than a fair share of funk to the band’s indie-rock sound. The presence of the bass during this track further establishes the different sound of Hills Rolling during this track, making for a song that is special. “Tearing You Up Inside” draws back on the band’s previous album in that the track has a very “Misery”-era Soul Asylum sound to it, but keeps the song germane to listeners that have grown up on more current bands.

Hills Rolling saves the best for last: their track “Perfect Escape” is nothing less than a rock anthem, with the guitars, drums, and bass uniting to create a driving beat that will be tattooed in the minds and hearts of anyone that is listening in. No vocals are needed for the track: Hills Rolling’s instrumentation here is impressive and provides listeners with a full narrative. Give “Something Delicious” a listen and see exactly why, throughout Trey McGriff’s music career, he has been given the opportunity to play with or has performed his original material with bands like Journey, Slightly Stoopid, Pepper, and Kenny Wayne Shepherd.

Bullz Eye Magazine

Hills Rolling featured in Bullz Eye Magazine
Trey McGriff is Hills Rolling, and on his second album under the moniker he has not only made one of the most compact releases of the year (nine tracks at 27 minutes), but also one of the most enjoyable. Opening track “I Wake Up” instantly reminds one of A great old Lou Reed tune with its two-chord verse structure before melting down into a tasty, beautiful bridge. “Need It” is all retro and fuzzed-out with its garage band riffage – a new dose of “Nuggets” for the new generation. “Nothing Like Good Times” treads into Teenage Fanclub territory with its pretty acoustic guitars and lyrical pursuits. “Aditude” is electric, danceable, and just plain good rocking fun. McGriff is never flashy or tries anything he can’t. This is fun, smart pop that anyone can enjoy. Certainly one of the best DIY indie releases to come around in a while. Snap it up now, please. (Whiskey Child Records)
Written By Jason Thompson

DJ Sum Body

jane's addiction with a new twist!
I'm definitely likin the music!
It reminds me of jane's addiction with a new twist! Good stuff for sure!

All the best with your music.
All the best in your lives.
-sum body

Rumblefish, Inc.

Scenes of college kids drinking beer on rooftops in summertime.

With the combination of deadpan, laconic vocals, fiery, psychedelic leanings and a rootsy, acoustic foundation, Georgia’s Hills Rolling recall ‘90s college rock gods like Cracker, Soul Asylum or Jane’s Addiction. The band is actually just the project of singer-songwriter Trey McGriff, who wrote, arranged and produced every track of his debut, Sweet Tea, himself, as well as, the latest album, Something Delicious. And the album’s title is no misnomer; with a gritty Southern influence, his songs are catchy, riff-heavy doses of Southern hospitality that would perfectly accompany any scene of slacker shenanigans set below the Mason-Dixon line.

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Scenes of college kids drinking beer on rooftops in summertime.

Sun-dappled drives on the open road.