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Log Almighty

by Log

Melodic indie-rock
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hollywood Years
3:44 album only
2. That's All
2:13 album only
3. Sad Cigarette
3:28 album only
4. Green My Eyes
2:22 album only
5. This Time No One Gets Hurt
5:22 album only
6. Gloom Away!
3:22 album only
7. On My Way Back Home
3:30 album only
8. Clean Hands
2:30 album only
9. The End Of Print
2:32 album only
10. All The Sheep Are Slain/Favorite Compromise
7:09 album only
11. Stranded In The Past
4:16 album only
12. Almighty Is Our Love
3:33 album only


Album Notes
Here's a review from the Magnet magazine web-site:

Log Almighty

There's a spiritual connection between Log and Guided By Voices, and it isn't just that both combos hail from Ohio. As with Bob Pollard's floating crap game, the voice of experience resonates deeply from within Log, a Columbus band whose previous album, Auto Fire Life , came and went back in 1999. Led by singer Paul Nini, his brother Chris on keyboards and the ringing guitar of Keith Dimoff, the Log people have jobs, kids and better things to do than beat their heads against the indie-rock wall. Drummer Greg Bonnell has been around long enough to have worked in the Naked Skinnies, Mark Eitzel's pre-American Music Club outfit. "Hollywood Years" plays Log's best feature (Paul's weary, tear-stained voice) off a rousing Stax/Volt-style horn section, while "That's All" spotlights Dimoff's jagged, Buzzcocks-like guitar. Bassist Shirley Tobias sings lead on "The End Of Print," a brisk, Americanized parody of the Kinks' "Village Green Preservation Society" ("God save scandal sheets, movie stars and magazines"). It's pretty clear these grizzled vets are making records more than 10 years into their band's lifeline because-like their musical gurus the Go-Betweens-they have no other choice. (Jud Cost)



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