Green Street Station plays original rock songs. What kind of rock songs? The same type of rock songs played by The Who or The Kinks, or The Clash and The Ramones, or Gang of Four and Mission of Burma, or Nirvana and the Foo Fighters. Heck, we even play stuff that sounds a bit like Bad Company or Cheap Trick. The point is that the band’s love of all of these bands and all of these types of rock music infuse the songs the band writes and plays, resulting in music at once familiar and unique.
The members of Green Street Station are veterans of the Boston music scene, playing in other bands such as the Stinking Badges, Union Label and Big Barn Burning (a former WBCN Rock and Roll Rumble semi-finalist).
Green Street Station is:
Matt Leblanc: Guitar and vocals
Jim Rapoza: Guitar and vocals
Matt Duval: Bass
Peter D’Angelo: Drums
All Kinds of All Right was engineered by David Minehan at Woolly Mammoth Sound in Waltham, Mass., except for The Bread and the Wine, which was engineered by Annie Hoffman at Zippah Studios in Boston, Mass.
Mastered by Dave Lock of JP Masters in Boston, Mass.
Cover photographs by Peter D'Angelo. Band photograph by Ray Chow, Black Dog Pictures. CD design by Leslie LeBlanc.
"The intro kicks in with such a beastly sound of distorted guitars and then kicking in with a great drum beat. A classic rock sound is born, following AC/DC routes but with meaty guitar parts. The vocals are way different than what was expected however everything works together brilliantly to create such an amazing sound, a rocking track with a true heart for rock and roll, brilliant!"
— SoundOut Report review of The Bread & The Wine