Wounded Buffalo Theory | It's Alright is Not Alright

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It's Alright is Not Alright

by Wounded Buffalo Theory

Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Gutenberg I
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2. The Under Over
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3. Atlas Dropped the Planets
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4. Didn't Go Outside
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5. Bodies
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6. Neckface
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7. The Count
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8. Halo
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9. Simple Rock Song
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10. Hallways
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11. Bottom of the World
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12. Gutenberg II
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Album Notes
Recorded in mid-2008, It's Alright is not Alright is a tour de force of organic rock and progressive compositions, and is the first to feature new guitarist Lucas Shine. Armed with a renewed focus, the return of founding member John Blanton on vocals and keyboards, and with the array of progressive rock and metal influences Shine brought to the table, Wounded Bu lo Theory made a conscious decision to enter a recording studio and lay down an album that approached the sound of their renowned live shows. The result sways from blistering guitar-driven jams to moments of pop sensitivity, from trademark vocal harmonies to spine-tingling synth noises, all tied together by the band's best instrumental performances to date. IAINA opened up the band's recorded output to the dense layers and formidable instrumental technique they routinely display in concert, and reflects a new conceptual start even as it continues to finely hone WBT's increasingly progressive sound. With 12 songs fully realized as the band performs them, rather than being limited by tight budgets and programmed instruments as in previous years, this album shows the band has nowhere to go but up as they continue to record and expand their music.


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