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Call Me Alice
Sweet New Disease

Okay. This album was a nice relief. I listen to this album about 3-4 times before I even realized that I had. You have modern sounds, very professional recording quality. Listening to the first song you may even think of our good friend Gwen Steffani. This 5-piece band delivers a powerful sound, ahead of their time, but still bring in familiar sounds. You will get a good mixture of guitar and electronica used very well. The CD case is one of those cardboard single-folds, full-color, very tech-driven. I like it.

To twist the whole sound they did a musical rendition of “There Was An Old Lady…” the nursery rhyme. That is fun to listen to. The energy stays high during the duration of the 8-song album. Now, something I should have mentioned earlier, when you put the CD in, make sure you have Flash. You get a nice window that allows you to interactively learn about the band. You can do this while you listen to the music. Surfing through the Flash experience you find yourself being pulled into a futuristic techno realm with code names, intense position descriptions, and enough strong appearance to make you really grow attached to their concept. So where are they REALLY from?

Favorite Track: 7, “ We Grow Stronger”

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Erik Beyer is a trained musician, performer, songwriter, arranger, and self-taught businessman. After spending five years in the Army Band he moved back to Portland, OR and began designing sound systems and marketing pro audio gear. He later was hired to book for a local Portland venue, putting bands on stage seven nights a week where he reviewed all CDs submitted. In 1998 he formed Beyer Sound Productions with a goal to serve musicians.

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