In a fairly short amount of time, 24 Satellites been able to release two albums effortlessly demonstrating the true ways of playing rock â€˜n’ roll. After an introduction of reverse reverb, “Girl Without A Name” supplies a retro folk feeling with acoustic guitar work sounding similar to Zeppelin’s “The Battle Of Evermore” and vocal harmonies reminiscent of The Byrds; not too shabby to start. “Don’t Turn Your Back On Me” shifts gears a tad by providing a mellow, but danceable tune that could be slotted in the alt-country genre. Dusty Evans and Carvel Bass sparkle on “Mundane Fun,” with brilliant vocals and a well-written chorus containing clever and optimistic lines “How was I to know the good times could come so easily?/Boy, you’ve got a way of mundane fun.” Sure as shit do these gentlemen know how write catchy and easy going ditties.
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