Local H has a New Album

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Brian JB, Apr 10, 2002.

  1. Brian JB

    Brian JB Auditioning

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    I just picked up Local H's new album "Here Comes the Zoo". I have to say these guys rock! I haven't heard anything about them in awhile since that "copacetic song" Bound for the Floor. Anyways I recommened this cd very much.
    Check out Local H Offical Site
    Rolling Stone even gave it a good review (3 1/2 stars out of 5) which is pretty good for Rolling Stone.
    Here's the whole review if you'd like:
    Local H Rolling Stone review
    Brian
     
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    Brian, thanks for the info. Local H's previous album goes back several years now, so I figured they had fallen off the face of the earth.
     
  3. Brian JB

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    Keith, no problem. I think you can download a song on the Local H site. I'd say this is my favorite album for 2002 and will probably be up their for the top 5 for 2002!
     
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    Brian, thanks for the tip. I'll check out their web site.
     
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    Not to offend fans (I had a single I used to play a lot), but this tidbit from John Paul Jones (yes, that one) in this weeks EW when they are playing sample songs from various new releases for his comments:

    Local H "Bryn Mawr Stomp" (After 20 seconds)

    "Enough. If someone sent this to me and said, 'Would you produce this?,' I would have turned it off by now. [No bass player] is the least of their problems."

    Funny.

    np: John Vanderslice
     

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