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Worlds Collide

by Worlds Collide

Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Aftermath
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2. The real deal
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3. Just like home, inside the foam.
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4. Worlds Collide
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5. Brink
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6. Everything you know
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7. We, go separately
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8. Bad girl
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9. Just to make contact
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10. Stray dog strut
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11. Sweet and safe
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12. Dissapear
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13. Out into nothing
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Album Notes
Starting in the fall of 2004, Dunctron and Colin began hanging out and "jamming" (as the hippies say) together in Boston, where they both attended college. In between classes, work, and the hundreds of bowls packed to the brim with deliciously dank weed, these two chuckleheads managed to write, arrange, produce, and perform a sexy R&B album. Somehow the brilliant Berklee-trained mind of Colin melded with the retarded Eagles-loving mind of D$ and Worlds Collide flopped onto the earth in a spattering fart of afterbirth. After recording a follow-up depressing acoustic album as a duo, Colin and Dunc decided to get their heads out of their asses and make Worlds Collide a "real" band. So, Jake and Sam joined the fray on drums and blistering lead guitar, respectively. With the addition of new bassist Chris, the Worlds Collide sound is coming together at a brisk and sexy pace. Look for an album/shows this summer and beyond.


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Groove Blender Ridicuriosity
When I first heard this CD, I heard it loud and with bass and it was definitely worth 5 stars. Tracks 1, 6 and 8 are fantastic, tracks that you just keep listening to over and over. "Disappear" may be added to that list. "Everything You Know" is reminiscent of a Dave Matthews and Phish smoothie blend and "Bad Girl" just rips your pants off and tags the sh*t out of you right there on your dirty kitchen floor (but you want it to.) That said, the lyrics on some of the other tracks seem trite and sound like they had a rhyming dictionary and just picked words down the list (see "The Real Deal" and "Just Like Home, Inside the Foam".) I kept waiting for the lead singer is ready to just let it go and get the funk out. Oh well, I look forward to hearing more from these guys.

Sex Funk Anonymous

Amazing debut
The debut album from Worlds Collide is an impressive effort. Fans of jam bands, old soul and current rock n roll will all find something to love from this record. Kinky lyrical content and enough funk to keep you grooving for days. The fact that it was made in just 4 short days proves the tightness of this group in a live setting. Do yourself a favor and pick this up!