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Superdrag - Head Trip In Every Key album mp3

Superdrag - Head Trip In Every Key album mp3

Performer: Superdrag
Title: Head Trip In Every Key
Released: 1998
Style: Alternative Rock, Acoustic, Southern Rock, Blues Rock
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 420
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Superdrag's debut album, Regretfully Yours, was given its first ever vinyl issue by SideOneDummy Records that February. In a fall 2013 interview with the blog to promote The Lees of Memory's first single, Davis said that a vinyl issue of Head Trip in Every Key was planned. In the same interview, Davis confirmed that Superdrag had disbanded permanently. A Cassette-Based Operation . These include the demos Davis made for Head Trip in Every Key through Industry Giants, as well as those for his solo albums and The Lees of Memory. Davis and Fisher have since released additional recordings as part of The Lees of Memory, including 2016's Unnecessarily Evil and 2017's double-album The Blinding White Of Nothing At All.

Head Trip in Every Key is the second album released by alternative/punk rock band Superdrag on Elektra Records in 1998. After the surprising success of the band's 1996 album Regretfully Yours, they were given more financial support from their recording label Elektra Records, on the condition that they created more radio-friendly songs. It was co-produced (along with the band) by Jerry Finn

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Album · 1998 · 13 Songs. Live At the Paradise, Boston, MA. 2003. Superdrag Live At the Metro, Chicago, IL. 2007. Last Call for Vitriol.

Superdrag returns with Headtrip In Every Key, a new batch of intense, moody power pop tunes that show them expanding on their irresistible pop sense. Twenty years ago, Elvis Costello wanted to bite the hand that fed him; on Superdrag's second major-label album, frontman John Davis, a former Buzz Bin baby, bares his own teeth. A completely unpretentious leap forward from 1996's excellent Regretfully Yours, Head Trip in Every Key stands on the earlier album's hard-pop base while adding acoustic guitars, strings, horns, raga-rock elements, and echoes of everything from Odessey and Oracle, T. Rex, and Matthew Sweet to the first Boston album.

Superdrag's second major-label album, Head Trip in Every Key, lacks anything as immediately grabbing as Regretfully Yours' knockout punch, "Sucked Out," but on the whole, the album is nearly as good as its predecessor. Sonically, the group's attack has tightened up considerably - the guitars are punchier, the rhythms more visceral - and the hooks are sharper. John Davis still has a tendency to strain his voice too much, but that's a minor flaw, since Superdrag delivers punk-pop with style.

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Album: Head Trip In Every Key. Duration: 49:57 Year: 1998 ? Superdrag albums.

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