Satellite Soul | Straight Back to Kansas

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Straight Back to Kansas

by Satellite Soul

National act gone indie offers up their 4th record filled with storyteller lyrics and frank mid-western rock/alternative country sounds. This record will remind you of the Jayhawks, Wilco, Son Volt and Elliot Smith.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Song For A Lonely Person
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2. Visceral
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3. Can't Find the Handle
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4. Crazy
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5. Indiana
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6. Almost Ready
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7. Gone
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8. Saddest Happy Ending
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9. Ruin Me
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10. Good Ride Down
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11. Bury Me
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12. It's You
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13. A Little Understanding
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14. Everything
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Satellite Soul is back from their self-imposed semi- hiatus. In 2003 they sort of slipped away from the music scene after 3 critically acclaimed national releases, plenty of radio success and a reputation for a great live show. They are back with a noteworthy 4th project Straight Back to Kansas, flavored with their unabashed storyteller lyrics and frank mid-western rock and roll style that begs a closer listen. This record is bound to not only please the droves of Satellite Soul’s faithful fans, but will undoubtedly gain them a new, wider audience. The sound is vaguely similar to the first three projects, but with a decidedly more country flair and a lot more idealism which you might just call, well, confidence.


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Clark W. Griswold

What?
Hey Rob...I know the guys and I know it took them three years to make this CD. Rushed? You're right, this disc is not southern rock, but it is honest. For anyone wanting a disc full of music that comes across as an honest reflection of musical and personal growth- I would check this disc out...

rob

Not as good as previous efforts
The bos of Stallite Soul are back after 3 years of other Godly endeavors. However, they seem to have lost a little something on their new album. It doesnt have that southern accoustic rock feel. It feels rushed. its good. But not as good as their other 2 albums.