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Internal Construction

by Lance Reegan-Diehl

Lance Reegan-Diehl Band - From the blazing guitar of "Glory" to the, intricate arrangement and drums on "New Sworn Enemy" cool songs written by Lance Reegan-Diehl. Get this one for your collection and let it shine in all it's glory.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Glory
Lance Reegan-Diehl
5:51 $0.99
2. She Said
Lance Reegan-Diehl
6:25 $0.99
3. Right Back
Lance Reegan-Diehl and the Innocent Bystanders
4:13 $0.99
4. Moment in motion
Lance Reegan-Diehl
6:44 $0.99
5. Living Dream
Lance Reegan-Diehl and the Innocent Bystanders
6:03 $0.99
6. New Sworn Enemy
Lance Reegan-Diehl
5:16 $0.99
7. Gutter
Lance Reegan-Diehl
4:35 $0.99
8. Love to Burn
Lance Reegan-Diehl and the Innocent Bystanders
3:34 $0.99
9. Big Wobbly Elephant
Lance Reegan-Diehl
6:10 $0.99
10. Cuz We Ended as Lovers
Lance Reegan-Diehl
5:06 $0.99
11. Lonely
Lance Reegan-Diehl
5:35 $0.99
12. Little Girl
Lance Reegan-Diehl
4:16 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
LRD, Internal Construction - Something we all go through. "Life can change in an instant."
Lance Reegan-Diehl has put together his most complete CD to date, with the addition of his long time
band mates playing with him on almost every track.

DEELEEBOB Music Studio - Recording mixing and mastering by Lance Reegan-Diehl.
Guitar/Vocals - Lance Reegan-Diehl
Bass - David Dauberman
Vocals - Megan Kim
Drums - Tony LeRhodes

From the lyrical depth of "New Sworn Enemy" to the height of guitar thriller "Glory". The CD pushes LRD's composing and story telling skills to the edge. While instrumentals carry their own special weight, songs with stories have always been the most interesting for the general listener. You might not know guitar, or technical music theories, but when you buy this you'll know what you hear. Good music. Get this one. If your a fan, or new to LRD. What you hear will move you.



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I've seen the band on tour, and this recording is them .....FOR REAL !!
Taking it from the top, this CD kicks you right in the butt from the word go. Fav. spots include, New Sworn Enemy, Big Wobbly Elephant, the inspired cut of "Cause we've ended as lovers" Jeff and Stevie...move over. LRD Rocks and Rolls !! J.D.

John Valentine

Internal Construction - Like strong coffee, keeps ya hoppin'!
This album is an excellent addition to the LRD collection. It's an amazing journey to spend a few days listening to LRD's music starting with the first album and winding up with the newest, Internal Construction. Combined with watching and listening to the LIVE LRD performances, one gets a real feel for where this band has been. It also creates an addiction for MORE! MORE! MORE!
If you don't have this album, you NEED to get it NOW!!

Michael Agamalis

rock on..... u got er done
i thought it was awsome and i will be waiting for more new exiting cd's GET ER DONE

eric parker

great band and album!!!
first off i've been a fan of lrd since 2001 when i was in seoul, korea and they were performing in a bar called "woodstock" in itaewon. from there they have only gotten better!! i have a rare album of theirs titled "unreleased seoul" and this tops it ten fold. if you like this cd i have only one thing to say, go see them live. i watched them play live on a regular basis every week for a couple of years and it was the best show i'd seen every week!!! i even got the pleasure of playing with lance. all in all they are one hell of a band from lance, with his searing guitar, to megan with her deep bluesy voice. go buy this album and you won't be sorry!!!

Michael B. Sykes

A tight CD without any fluff. It will make you a Big Wobbly Elepahnt
It is obvious through listening, that this group is as tight as a Klansman at a Public Enemy concert. Every once in awhile you will find musicians who are great as stand alones, and then you throw them together with other great musicians and what you get is a group of “What Da Hell is Dat”. Did someone say PowerStation? Somewhere somehow, the four that make up Lance Reegan Diehl and The Innocent Bystanders realized that it was all about the music and not about them. Great music is the only product possible when that type of humility resides in a group. When you don't realize how good you are, the only thing you want to do is get better, and that is exactly what this band does on Internal Construction.

These guys and one lovely sexy gal are throwbacks to the Rock of Ages of the 70's and to some extent the 80's. The driving bass, the crispness of the drums (Like fresh snap peas), the power chords (could cut down trees) and solos, along with the melodies and vocals are all reminiscent of the Rock that was simple at first listen, but was actually rife with depth. There are many influences here from AC/DC to Zeppelin to the Eagles (especially Joe Walsh) to Heart to Kansas to Satriani. This album is well balanced with all of those elements. The CD is full of well thought out and balanced pieces that make this album an easy one to listen to. It is like turning on your favorite classic rock station. The band is at its' best with Big Wobbly Elephant. This piece is both a demonstration of mastery over ones instrument and theory. It also possesses a pure outpouring of feeling. This cut is one for the ages. It has classic all over it like "Frankenstein" or "Roundabout or even "Take Five". It blends Funk, Rock with a side order of Jazz. This piece shows that no genre is alien to these guys. They are consummate.

The one thing that stands out in the music of this CD is the discipline that each player has when it comes to playing together. That only comes from the respect that these four have for each others ability. Meagan’s smoky, throaty tenor makes you stop and take notice. Her sound oozes sex and emotion and it really makes you want to know who she is. Tony drives the music with his bass kicks and a menagerie of riffs and rolls that keep you up on your toes. This push is helped along by Dave on bass. A most disciplined player who has the ability to add much texture to every song. He just does what he is supposed to and it is great to hear a bass player do that. If he didn't play like that, the band wouldn't have a solid foundation. Lance Reegan Diehl is world class. His name may be splashed up front, but he doesn't have the ego to go along with all that something like that brings. He once confided in me that it would be cool if they are known only as The Innocent Bystanders. However there is nothing innocent about the way this guy plays. He is an absolute beast and can defile you with his playing. You’ll take it and you’ll like it. I am sure his guitar is happy when the night is over. He just wears the damn thing out. They all compliment each other well.

You are in for a treat. This is a real easy CD to listen to and it will take back to a time when Rock was pure and uncut. This CD perverts the notion of what most groups pass off as Rock. What this CD will do is make you a Big Wobbly Elephant.