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by Ramona the Band

Powerful female-fronted band with a new sound.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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Scobra the Skeleton Master found Dion Vox, nearly done in by the thieves of Los Angeles, desintigrating in the gutter. Scobra caringly nursed Dion Vox back to life by spoon-feeding her moonshine. Dion Vox rose up from her early ashes and in turn, saved Scobra's life from the very thieves that had so nearly been her demise. Like the benevolent angel that she is, Jessie Hail guarded over them with her all-knowing-eye. They smiled, and She gave them the sun and the moon; the new-found trio began to leak out the truth of their souls for all to listen to.



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Cindy Baker

My Fav New Band
Ramona The Band is my favorite new band. The reason RTB is, the lyrics are very very good and I adore the tone Of Dion Vox's voice. Scobra's beats are smart and compliment Dion's vocals well. It's a rare combination. The best part of RTB's music is that it begs re-listening. I think this is largely due to depth and range of Dion's lyrics. She's quite the whipper snapper.

Britt Warner

In the midst of this digital age, I haven't purchased a hardcopy album in about five years. The seductive originality of Ramona The Band inspired me to break that streak, and boy, was it worth it. The transcendently brilliant lyrics and alluring vocals of Dion Vox will get under your skin; the captivating arrangements of Scobra will hypnotize your body and mind; the combination of the two, collaboratively forming RTB, is a powerhouse team of unparalleled genius. This EP serves as a brilliant teaser preceding the full-length album that is said to be in the works...and I'll be first in line to buy it!