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The Sound Reasons- Til The End Of Time 7” ~PRETTY THINGS!

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The Sound Reasons- Til The End Of Time 7”. Pretty cool new band coming from the 4 corners of Los Angeles that does a pretty impressive job of reviving a short, obscure musical period of lawlessness between 1965-67. With jangely guitars and swirling vocal harmonies The Sound Reason encapsulate a raw gritty garage band straight outta the swingin’ Sixties. The Sound Reasons do it better than most with really catchy songs and with a nice warm ‘n fuzzy vintage recording to match. Alot of bands try and do this style and it just sounds corny and campy, but these guys totally pull it off. Brings to mind The Haunted, Painted Ship, Monocles, Seeds, Midniters, Davie Allan, Count Five and the Pretty Things. Import from Portugal on Groovie Records.

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