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16 Frames - B Roll

3.50
Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Year: 2011
Label: Hype Records
Genre: Modern Rock
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This album from 2011 released by Los Angeles-based 16 Frames have just slipped through my Modern Rock filter.Actually thought they disappeared after their last Ep "Six From 16" that had some success with the songs on shows like "Jersey Shore", "Teen Mom" ​​and "The World of Jenks."

Their debut "Where It Ends" from 2009 is a very underrated record that is must if you’re into softer Modern Rock with beautiful harmonies and melodies.This new album, which is only available as a digital download, is like their other material of high quality.Even though they have not had a bigger budget so it sounds good and the production is very suitable for their soft melodies. And when it comes to songs it's not much to complain about either.Front man Steve Sulikowski, is a very talented songwriter and has written for artists like American Bang, Brendan James and Benny Marchant so he sure know what he’s doing.This can also been heard on tracks like "She's Waiting", "Woman" and "Looks Like Diamonds" where he shows the best side of the band.

Overall, it’s not as good as "Where It Ends" where they had a major label behind them and big production signed Matt Serlectic, but it's better than expected and well worth checking out if you like their previous releases for sure.

Tracklisting 1. She's Waiting
2. Looks Like Diamonds
3. How Far
4. Is That What You Wanted
5. Could of Been Anyone
6. Big Confession
7. Oh Yeah
8. Woman
9. The Worst In You
10. How Did I Get Here
11. See The World
12. Opportunity
13. City Has Lost It's Soul
14. Change In The Weather
15. Don't Think It's Your Game


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