Sixty Miles Down | I Can't Complain

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I Can't Complain

by Sixty Miles Down

This is an upbeat edgy hard rock song that has a Black Sabbath meets Corrosion Of Conformity kind of a vibe.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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Sixty Miles Down is a dark edgy hard rock band from NJ. The band started back in 1997 by singer John Mosco and guitarist Pete Dobrzanski. The band has released 2 albums to date. The 12 song album Sink Or Swim from 2002 and the 6 song ep A New Skin from 2006. The band is celebrating the release of it's first single since 2006. I Can't Complain is a edgy upbeat hard rock tune with a sabbath and Corrosion of Conformity vibe. SMD is looking forward to getting more music out to the masses and planning on hitting the stage in the near future. For more info go to www.60md.com.

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Stanford

I Liked It
I liked it, it reminds me of a few things that I can't quite place but I think I would put it in the Seventies style wise which is fine. Cream maybe although not quite. I thought the production sounded pro to me, vocal was solid and it's a positive lyric, good one for the car on an open road.
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Randall Dunkle

Great Driving Beat!
I really like the way the song has a great driving beat, the instrumentation is great, reminds me of a cross between Thin Lizzy and Deep Purple.
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