The Blue Method | Kill the Music, Vol 2

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Kill the Music, Vol 2

by The Blue Method

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Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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1. Get On Intro
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2. Devils
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3. Other Family
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4. Fire It Up
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5. Get Back Home (The Bounce)
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6. Shine
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7. Think A Minute
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8. And How Does That Make You
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9. Rosa Lane
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10. Spinning
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11. In The Running
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12. Let Me See You
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13. Reprise
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Do you like your funk raw, dirty and a little dark? From the sweat drenched clubs of Philadelphia comes the Blue Method --- a band with so much bottom-end they actually blew their own speakers while previewing their latest 2007 release, “Kill The Music Vol. 2”.

The band’s sophomore effort, “Kill The Music Vol. 2”, bumps and grinds through dark alleyways and dimly lit nightclubs with a touch of gospel, immense horns and the paramount funk that made their first release the #1 downloaded album in the funk category at Garageband.com.

Songs like the sweltering “Get Back Home” feature trembling vocals over swirling 60’s inspired synthesizer and window shattering bass that’s so funky you can’t help but kick out the seat you’re sittin’ in. The more pop-oriented “Other Family” is sweet and smooth with a catchy kicker you find yourself singing while stuck in traffic or in the line at the grocery store. Whatever song takes you in for the day, it’s undeniable that the Blue Method sound could be the soundtrack for the mood you’re in.

Blazing trails on the east coast the Blue Method has gained major headway in a relatively short time. Their undeniable strength in both the studio and live setting has music authorities of all types awaiting their new release, available for it’s first taste at the World Café Live on June 7th.

And... Don’t worry; you can turn the volume up.


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Sean Kennedy

FUNK-TASTIC
This CD is a great example of the evolution of the funk driven sound that the Blue Method delivers. They really capture their energy and passion of one of their live performances in this studio recording. With a tight rhythm section, meticullous horn lines, rippin' guitar riffs, and a charismatic and talented front man - the Blue Method and thier sophomore album are a force to be wreckoned with!

Ivan Patiño

Rocking groove!!
I actually enjoyed the first CD better, but this follow up does a good job too, this is a very talented band, gifted musicians and they are doing great work on the vol 2 cd, you will also like it a lot but buy the first album too cause that one is really good guy, great job by the blue method!

bigjoe

This is amazing
Kill the Music Vol.2 has it all!!! Old School soul and funk that you can not find in todays music. My new favorite CD for sure!

Methhead

Kill The Music!!
Love the new album guys...Fire it Up, In the Running, Other Family are definitely highlights. Nothing beats a live show, consider putting out a high quality live disc. The only way to truly appreciate your energy is in your live performances and feeling Brian's voice pound through your rib cage! You guys rock..keep bringing down the house!

Peace!

Dan Schram

Message from Schram
Great album Blue Method. I'm proud of you guys and I admire you. You guys are living the dream. The years we played together were some of the best years of my life to date. This is a great album that deserves its proper due. Dont know if T Hill is being complimentary or rude. Dont care. Either way, you guys are livin the dream. God Bless!!!!

L.A. White

This album can jumpstart a lot of parties!
Let Me See You is worth the price of the album and that's not meant to sell the other amazing songs short. Another one of those CDs that I want to introduce to my friends. This CD can jumpstart a lot of parties!

Andy Del Rio

Method LOve
MOre work in the studio. That is obvious. Production is really good. The songs are not. The first CD was a good start. This is the sophmore slump. Next album will probably be better. Sorry guys, serious drop off from the first disc. I still love you guys though. I spent may nights at Zeno's and have never been dissapointed.

Jill1981

this is whats missing from todays music
Great vocals, killer groove, and meaningful lyrics. Im a longtime fan of The Blue Method, and Ive been waiting fro this CD to come out for over a year. Well worth the wain guys...keep at it. You bring joy to many lives through your music

T HILL

U got hit by the SChram bug
You guys got hit by the SChram bug. Dan SChram is the serial band killer. The guy is ultratalented and ultra stubborn. He played with my band about 2 years before you guys had him. Great player, great ears, bad temper, and a band killer.

Greg U.

Modern day funky
THis was good. THe first album was better. THis album is better produced and stylistically more suitable for todays market. The first album was straight from the 70's.A couple songs on volume 1 had blue method standing on the verge of being an innovator. However, volume 2 is real good. ITs tough sometimes to duplicate a great thing.