Sundown Rhode | The Few and the Far Between

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Rock: Classic Rock Rock: Garage Rock Moods: Mood: Fun
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The Few and the Far Between

by Sundown Rhode

While the band's sound is definitely influenced by some of the greats of the classic rock era, Sundown Rhode has added a twist of lemon to rock and roll. It's a hit parade...with lemonade.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Freedom Tastes Like Chicken
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2. Best Laid Plans
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3. The Hours
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4. When You Get There
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5. Hit Parade
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6. Too Many Years Under the Gun
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There is something deliciously retro about the style of this band and their vocals but also a beautiful originality.

THE HOURS, like the rest of your tracks, cuts cleanly and crisply through the genre clutter with a groove that slices directly to the heart with honest power. Like a sharp needle-of sweet truth and beauty it grabs, holds and sinks its hooks deep into my heart, impossible to ignore. This is music with teeth, heart, soul and big brass balls.
-David Namerow

Best Laid Plans is a melodic beauty folks, with a hook you could hang your hat on. Love the vocals and the guitar sound.
-Frank Smith

Although Sundown Rhode recorded its first EP in 2012, the band got its start in the late 90s, when singer-songwriters Joe Cormier and Peter Haugen wrote their first, primitive, four-chord songs.


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