The Oranges Band "The World And Everything In It"
Setting sonic comparisons aside this time - Here's some interesting facts about "The World And Everything In It." Eschewing limited time in a stuffy studio, the band set up their own in a basement and spent months writing and demo'ing the songs that make up their new album. Roman Kuebler produced, arranged and directed the affair, pulling from Baltimore's greatest talents to add back up vocals, keyboards and lend gear. His neighbor J. Robbins (producer of Jets To Brazil, Promise Ring, Maritime) joined The Oranges Band to mix the albums final eleven songs. What can be said about the music itself? It's fiercely original, it lumbers lurches and rumbles with driving rhythms, soft and personal vocals, and epic portions guitars. Yet, it's fragile and strange, layered with unusual sounds below the hooks and choruses. "The World And Everything In It" is the kind of album that rewards discovery, and then complete and continued listenings.
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