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Living Louder

by Living Louder

What would a mix of Allman Brothers Band with Motorhead sound like? And Lynyrd Skynyrd with Black Sabbath? Or maybe BB King with Led Zeppelin? To musically answer these rhetorical questions this Power Trio was made. Enjoy!
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Living Louder
4:54 $0.69
2. The Crow
5:36 $0.69
3. Shaking the Dust
4:09 $0.69
4. Old Boots
6:59 $0.69
5. Cruise Control
5:25 $0.69
6. Loo's Shuffle
5:07 $0.69
7. A Bill to Pay
3:44 $0.69
8. Last Temptation
4:30 $0.69
9. Orange Plains
4:26 $0.69
10. Double Shot at Breakfast
6:48 $0.69
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What would a mix of Allman Brothers Band with Motorhead sound like? And Lynyrd Skynyrd with Black Sabbath? Or maybe B.B. King with Led Zeppelin? To MUSICALLY answer these somewhat rhetorical questions, in May 2016 skilled musicians Ricardo Cagliari (guitars / vocals), Eduardo Assef (bass) and Gustavo Gomes (drums) joined forces to start a Power Trio that could bring back all the energy of the great bands of the 60's and 70's, with a singular punch.



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Gilson Pinton

Living Louder: style, skill, wit!
Sao Paulo, the biggest city of South America, has long been Brazilian financial heart and most important business centre. But if during the day blue suits and high heels can be seen striding hurriedly form side to side, when the night falls it becomes a prolific alternative rock scene. Fast paced, competitive and sometimes harsh, the place is also home to Living Louder, an alternative rock band starting to gain ground with the release of their debut and namesake album. This first work by lead guitarist and singer Ricardo Cagliari, bassist Eduardo Assef and drummer Gustavo Gomes opens rough and honest with Living Louder, one of those tracks with the ability to captivate the rock fan right away. “This heavy burden I face every day/Nothing seems to carry it away”, sings Cagliari, urging the listener to dare checking what comes next. Angst-filled The Crow and Cruise Control takes us to a ride in early 90’s Seattle whilst Old Boots’ low tones swings between grunge and American Southern rock territory. Cagliari makes clever use of his baritone vocal and slide guitar skills, proudly bodyguarded by Assef’s ponderous basslines and Gomes’ furious but precise drums. While Shaking the Dust pays tribute to Motörhead, one of their confessed influences, the witty Loo’s Shuffle, introduces us to Loo, a stranger who presents himself as a friend but we don’t know for sure. Fusing elements from Deep Purple’s Vavoom: Ted the Mechanic, Bowie’s The man who sold the world and Mississippi Delta Faustian legends, it takes the most unexpected of turns to end in a picaresque fashion, a la Toy Dolls! We must agree we don’t get all that with Pearl Jam! What has then started with Loo’s is carried on by A bill to pay, Last temptation and Orange plains, in a sort of inferno/purgatorio/paradiso sequence I have a hunch Dante would himself approve, had he the chance. Double shot at breakfast, with its western intro, gives us an idea of what would happen if Ennio Morricone met Metallica and brings the album to a closure in great style. Living Louder is a work where heavy weight influences, technical skill and wit join efforts to great effect. A candidate to instant classic, it gives alternative rock fans the very kind of music they are always looking for: the best.