Vanlustbader | Power Makes Sense

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Power Makes Sense

by Vanlustbader

'power makes sense' kicks off with the irrepressible 'scorcher'. already compared to classic primal scream and stones it's an utterly infectious slice of prime vanlustbader. an impressive early snapshot of the bands qualities leading an e.p which will wh
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Scorcher
2:49 album only
2. All You People
4:03 album only
3. Its All About
3:04 album only
4. War Of The Worlds
3:30 album only
5. All She Sees Is Stars
3:50 album only


Album Notes
Forming in Brisbane in 2001 - Vanlustbader; Terry Devantier, Shane Bruun, Paul Coleman and John Ryan have created an e.p that'll bring some much welcome swagger to the UK music scene. Originally a three piece who utilized technology with drum machines, samples and loops, an aspect they still use to good effect to this day, they then formed a full four-piece band who manage to fuse brilliantly the opposing styles of disco, punk, indie and classic rock!
The bands drive and hunger has seen them achieve incredible things at home in Australia, things unsigned bands don't usually come close to. As well as extensive touring including dates with Jet they have already sold over 5,000 copies of the e.p independently - as well as having three tracks play-listed on Triple J, (Australia's Radio 1).



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That Special Something
Vanlustbader has crafted the consummate "hooks" album. Song after song crackles with the "pop" intensity and musical vocabulary of the rock greats of years past. If you're looking for that "special something" that's missing from today's rock - "Power Makes Sense" has what you're looking for.

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Vanlustbader serves up excellently crunchy, scorching rock like the Stones, Stooges, White Stripes and Primal Scream. With old school, classic rock-like guitar work and songwriting, their appeal is broad and certain. That's not to say that their sound is derivative, though. Like any good, conscientious band that knows how to listen to their work from the outside in as well as inside out, they strike an admirable balance between the known and unknown, familiar and fresh. With an occasional echo of grunge, a whispering of psychedelic 60's rock, "Power Makes Sense" is a remarkably clever disc.