Soulpatch | All Caught Up

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All Caught Up

by Soulpatch

Hard hitting rock fusing reggae and funk into an acoustic-electric groove.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Face to Face
4:57 album only
2. Same 'ol Story
4:36 album only
3. Step Down
4:59 album only
4. Overboard
5:16 album only
5. Genesis
5:08 album only
6. Under The Gun
5:37 album only
7. Alright with Me
6:07 album only
8. The Know
0:46 album only
9. Capture Me
4:25 album only
10. Princess
7:03 album only
11. Downshift
5:21 album only
12. Into The Night
4:09 album only
13. Another Sun
5:21 album only


Album Notes
In the summer of '04 Soulpatch entered the studio for the first time at Mr. Smalls in Millvale, Pa. Having material that had seen many shows and been heard by many fans, the band after three months emerged with their first full length record. "All Caught Up" is a diverse and creative ride through the various musical styles the band fuses together to form their unique sound. Drawing from reggae-rock styles of bands such as Dispatch and the folk-rock of Dave Matthews and Vertical Horizon, Soulpatch's music is beat oriented with guitars and percussion working closely together. Diversity also exists in the vocals of Dustin Stiver and Quinn McIntosh, who create a powerful male-female harmony throughout the album. Front to back the album is an experience, as songs transition from one to the other, always offering something new with each and every track.

Soulpatch formed over the course of just under 3 years. Originally an acoustic trio the band added bassist Chad Eckert when a desire to try harder hitting rock. After enjoying the combination of acoustic and electric guitars the band decided to try a similiar alliance with vocals adding Quinn McIntosh and her powerful and soulful voice. The band since then has been playing all over Western Pennsylvania and into Ohio, Eastern Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, gaining a grassroots base of fans in the college and independant music scene. With the release of the album "All Caught Up" the band is poised to take a great step forward. Copies have been grabbed by people all over the region and continue to circulate breeding more and more support for the band.



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They sound like no-one else.
I've got hundreds of albums from various groups and this is easily my favorite. How many albums are there where every song makes you want to turn up the volume a notch or two? I'm very eagerly awaiting the group's second album.


Friggin sweet
I seriously like this CD. I know that sounds really generic, but, hey, it is good. Having known these guys for a while I've gotten to hear some of these songs evolve and I think that the form they appear in on this CD is probably the best. Another Sun is a great track that I've been listening to for a good while. Princess is a nice ballad. Overall, buy it.


It's hot.
Soulpatch's 'All Caught Up' is flippin' awesome. Over the past years, Soulpatch's music has transformed into a unique blend of acoustic, reggee-rock, and folk-rock. And this CD not only captures that sound, but also captures the band's love and joy for the music and the friendships they share. The CD is hot. Buy it. ;)