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Forever After

by The Afterparty

Cosmic American Music: A little bit outlaw-country, a little bit strange, and very soulful.
Genre: Country: Bakersfield Sound
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1. Hard Times
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2. Outlaw
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3. Down In
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4. Candy Girl
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5. Seasons Willing
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6. Happy B-Day
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7. Holy Rollers
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8. The Blue Below
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9. Shotgun
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10. Forever After
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A review by Richard Gintowt for

They rarely play shows, they occasionally write songs and they don't give a damn if they ever "make it." They're Kansas City's The Afterparty and they have a great little homemade disc out with some gratuitous nipple action on the cover and some very non-gratuitous songwriting.

Like Ryan Adams, singer/songwriter Danny Fischer sounds like he could pull a hit song out of his ass with his hands tied to a tetherball pole. Which is not to say his writing is careless; it's just carefree - the kind of carefree that Bob Dylan and The Band sought with "The Basement Tapes."

Fortunately, Fischer has a makeshift bar-band in tow to rope in his sprawling vision. The result is something more akin to Luna or a less bloated Bright Eyes, with a reverb-soaked tape deck and a flask of whiskey to keep it rolling 'til the early morning...


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John Davis

This band deserves to make it
They have a 'real' sound-- and heart to the songs they make.