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Warehouse - Subject To Change

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Reviewer :
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2005
Label: Grapes & Wine Music
Genre: Midwest Rock
Producer: Warehouse & Jens Bogren
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Warehouse is a Swedish band that I have followed for a few years. This album have been staying in my box of albums that I�m supposed to write a few lines about to the site but for some reason it has been stucked in the box since over a year� (yes I have too many albums). It has been stuck so long that they even have changed band-name to Bleecker� Anyway � this album where they still are Warehouse is an album filled with very nice Midwestern sounding rock which could be explained as a tougher Counting Crows sort of rock with other influences from the Midwestern rock scene a�la Gin Blossoms, Dave Matthews etc. Add a slice of an alternative edge a�la Pearl Jam on a few tunes (not that much though) and you�re quite near the hometown of this album. Second out �You Are� is a very good massive track, and third out �Strawtown� they take down the tempo a bit and that is also perfect for the great voice of the leadvocalist Tob and on �Mellow Grey� they once again show a massive huge sounding side I really enjoy. The eight track album sits on as you understand some damn great tunes and if you take away two songs (that are not bad but are just in-between songs) out of eight you�ll have a midwestern hit-parade. It is a VERY good album and it is very fun to have the chance to write a four star review to a SWEDISH band who plays american midwest rock. Now I will track down their new album as the band �Bleecker� and I�ll promise to not keep it in the box for over a year before a write about it�



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