Who Sold My Generation

Album Review of Who Sold My Generation by Night Beats.

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Who Sold My Generation

Night Beats

Who Sold My Generation by Night Beats

Release Date: Jan 29, 2016
Record label: PIAS
Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock

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Who Sold My Generation - Fairly Good, Based on 2 Critics

AllMusic - 70
Based on rating 7/10

Seattle garage trio Night Beats make their Heavenly Records debut with their brazen third LP, Who Sold My Generation. Fronted by guitar slinger Danny Lee Blackwell, Night Beats have amassed a fairly substantial catalog in their six years together, issuing a variety of different singles and compilation tracks alongside their two previous albums. With regard to their overall sound, not a great deal has changed since they first dropped their debut single, "H-Bomb," in 2010.

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Exclaim - 60
Based on rating 6/10

Seattle's Night Beats are vintage through and through. Their last album, 2013's Sonic Bloom, generated keen interest from psych and R&B fans alike for its authentic, fuzzy swagger and positioned them as a band with the potential for big things.Their latest effort, Who Sold My Generation, might not be a mainstream breakout, but it sounds polished and mature in a way that few groups could reproduce. The album's intro, "Celebration #1," is a heady, droning, spoken word homage to Krautrock pioneers Can, while the stoned "Burn to Breath" shakes and rolls the listener in and out of consciousness.

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