Reggie and the Full Effect return after a four year absence with 41, yet another balls out, I do it my way album by the one the only James Dewees. Not for the faint hearted and following 2013’s Pure Noise Record debut No Country For Old Musicians, Reggie and company have brought us another collection of quirky and delicately poised beauties that just have to be enjoyed.
Punchy tracks with Pop-Punk Rock undertones and sing along melodic chorus makes for a totally digestible album. It’s an album that just flows, with each track lifting you higher than the last. Great song writing with catchy melodies just deliver again and again, making it an album which is very easy on the ears.
Throw in song titles like ‘Channing Tatum Space Rollerblading Montage’ and what’s not to love! There’s a retro vibe about the feel of this album, which just adds to its quality. It has a quirky quality about it that will separate it from the competition.
41 was released February 16th via Pure Noise Records.
- ‘il Sniffy Incontra’
- ‘il Pesce Svedese’
- ‘Alone Again’
- ‘Broke Down’
- ‘Karate School’
- ‘The Horrible Year’
- ‘New Years Day’
- ‘Channing Tatum Space Rollerblading Montage’
- ‘You’ve Got Secrets’
- ‘Trap(ing) Music’ (feat. Common Denominator)
- ‘And Next With Feeling’
- ‘Off Delaware’
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