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CD Review: Tongue - "A Night You'll Never Remember Vol. 2: All Roads Lead To Me"

Brian Campbell Brian Campbell
March 11th, 2013 9:47pm EDT

TongueThere’s a thick air of rawness to Tongue’s latest A Night You'll Never Remember Vol. 2: All Roads Lead To Me EP, a rough-around-the-edges feel akin to grabbing a six pack of cold tall boys and hanging out in your buddies garage just jamming the night away. This EP is bookended by its two best offerings, opener “How You Made Me Feel,” and the closing “All This Warmth,” the former being perhaps the most ready cut of the three presented here, though both are fueled by fuzzy, driving guitars riffs, pulsating bass lines and an underlying punk-rock spirit. In-between the two however lays “Monster Walks the Summer Lake,” an atmospheric and expansive wanderer that meanders for the most part, one that often fails to get out of its own way. With a bit of polish, Tongue could become a nice little rock export from Serbia, and A Night You'll Never Remember Vol. 2: All Roads Lead To Me EP could be the start of something good.

 Grade: C        

Go Download: “All This Warmth”

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