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Mouthful of Graffiti

by We Love the Underground

Hard driving rock n' roll music with a heart of shattered glass!
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fits of Rage
3:28 $0.99
2. Indiglow
4:03 $0.99
3. The Isolationist so Alone
5:07 $0.99
4. Come Destroyer
4:52 $0.99
5. We Light the Way
3:41 $0.99
6. This Is a Warning
4:12 $0.99
7. Endless War
4:11 $0.99
8. Burnd Paradise
4:08 $0.99
9. Take Me
3:16 $0.99
10. Eclipse
4:22 $0.99
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best one yet
I've been exposed to the Brad Cox music scene for a few years now and every time I see he releases something new it just keeps getting better and better. This is no different from the past and to me this is the best one yet. The Isolationist is my early favorite and the first half of this album will rock you to Russia and back and then we end with the familiar chilled down music that lets you get your heart rate back down from the feeling you just about had of smashing furniture and playing the album loud enough so your neighbors can rock the eff out too.

Olga Zelenova

More brilliance from this band? Of course! Even with my expectations being (deservedly) absurdly high for anything WLTU produces, I'm still floored. Pretty consistently, I might add. I don't think it's physically possible for these folk to disappoint. Word of advice to people who jam in their cars: watch your speed...it's far too easy to get carried away with the music....

P C Prosperie

We love the underground and you should too!
We Love the Underground is back with a "Mouthful of Graffiti." These 10 tracks of awesomeness are a treasure for music fans everywhere. \,,/-_-\,,/


Talented Genius
From the talented genius Brad W. Cox, who's previous solo project produced the gem Skitzo Calypso, his collaboration has created We Love The Underground. Which according to the CD Baby site, the music is compared to Guns n' Roses, The Killers, and David Bowie. The genre is listed as hard and modern rock.
"Fits of Rage" is definitely a single-worthy track" Stevie Nowinsky of Wonky Sensitive said "They've got the "Melodic Pop/Rock" thing down pretty solid. They're catchy and their music is well produced to which is a plus from the A&R perspective."
Rocking from the Land of Mary (Maryland for you laypersons) the sound is a mix of Rammstein (a German band), with more industrial undertones of Nine Inch Nails and the creative ingenuity of The Cult, and The Cure. There are ten tracks, if you buy them separately they are 0.99 and if you buy the album it is priced as $9.99. The album is well worth your time and monetary contributions.
To see the full review http://kenowinsky.blogspot.com/2013/06/review-of-we-love-underground.html

Barry at Better B#

A tremendous sophomore release.
We Love The Underground's debut release, The Day The Devil Fooled The World, surprised me with its variety and passion. Singer/songwriter/guitarist, Brad Cox, laid out a tapestry of audible goodies for us that changed mood and tone from song to song. Thus, when Mouthful Of Graffiti arrived on my doorstep I had my doubts as to whether this sophomore release could hold up to the merits of the first. Could emotionally rousing songs such as “The Sharper Your Love”, “Writing On Broken Mirrors”, and “The Ties”, as well as the fist-pumping anthem of “Let No Hand Hold Us Down”, be beat by this new batch of tunes? I wasted no time finding out, snatching up the disc and hitting the road to spend some quality time.

Unlike the debut album, which is composed of a variety of songs that drift back and forth between tones and moods, Mouthful Of Graffiti seems to be grouped into something of an A-Side and B-Side. The A-Side is filled with heavier tracks full of powerful drumming, thick guitar riffs, and insanely catchy choruses. Songs such as the opener, “Fits Of Rage”, “This Is A Warning”, and the behemoth of “Come, Destroyer!” lay waste to the unsuspecting listener. The use of synthesized guitars and keys add a sinister atmosphere and depth to that final mention, making me feel as though it would be a perfect fit for end of the world movie soundtracks. The B-Side of the album cuts back the heaviness in favor of flavor. The beginning of the second half consists of great moody songs before going into the final two tracks entitled “Take Me” and “Eclipse”. The former harnesses the feel of a bluesy 1950's tune, drawing the vocals back in the mix and compressing them. Throw in an obvious punk-rock attitude and style with risque lyrics and you have a pleasantly unique song. The final song of the album begins with a meaty riff before it slides into a jazzy, lounge music vibe. It relaxes the listener wonderfully, allowing them to wind down from the musical adventure they've embarked upon and simply be carried by the soaring harmonized vocal melodies and horns.

When I reviewed The Day The Devil Fooled The World, I said that Brad Cox had a talent for writing great songs. The new record shows me that I wasn't wrong in the slightest, but it also shows me that he has a penchant for penning anthems to reach out to the deserted, the discouraged, the underdogs. On the previous record, we heard “Let No Hand Hold Us Down”, which called for people to rise up against injustice and make their voices heard. Here we find two outstanding enlivening tracks, “The Isolationist/So Alone” and “We Light The Way”. The latter is a call to arms for those who have been discarded by society, boasting that they are “the light” that was thrown away and can amount to something great if they use that fire birthed from their dismissal to their advantage. It's rallying cries and use of the occasional harsh vocal (which is new for this band) make it captivating! Meanwhile, the former song is my favorite on the record, full of passion and power. The message is so strong and the song so incredibly catchy that it could easily overshadow any modern radio hit – and I hope it's given the chance. The second half of the song takes me back to memories of listening to Guns N' Roses epic “Coma”. While certainly not copying the rhythm of the verses at the end of that song, I get the same vibe from both – a frantic verbal stream of thought that carries us quickly along to the end. While that may not sound like it, the frantic moment is comforting.

It would be too hasty for me to say which album I think is better, but I must admit that the freshness in listening to the new album gives it the edge for me at the moment. Both records are filled with great songs, fantastic melodies and hooks, and a great deal of diversity – though the recent release groups that diversity into tighter clumps than the debut chose to do. Brad Cox continues to impress me with his songwriting abilities and the intensity he instills in each moment that's been captured, such that even the more relaxed moments are filled with emotion. We Love The Underground is undoubtedly one of the best hard rock bands to emerge in the last few years and Mouthful Of Graffiti showcases exactly why that is.

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Adam Clauser

Rocket propelled siberian tigers flying over jousting vilocerataptors
Where to begin on this review. I have been a follower since the first time they were at gulliftys. Each song flows nicely. Firsts of rage starts out the album getting you pumped up with great guitar and lyrics
Indiglo, in my opinion is my favorite song from the album. If youtube had a limit for how many times it is played, i would say ive gone over. i love the lyrics to the song. The isolationist is a close follow up for the similiar awesomeness. The rest of the songs are great, but i am not sure how much i can write on a review. So in short if you want to have a good cd to play with the top down on a road trip to the beach, or just to blare and cause mayhem, this is the cd for you