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ATHENAEUM - Hourglass - CD
ATHENAEUM - Hourglass - CD


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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2002

Label: Athenaeum Records

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Mark Kano vocals, guitars
Grey Brewster guitars
Mike Garrigan guitar, vocals
Alex McKinney bass
Nic Brown drums
1.  Lacy  
2.  On Her Way  
3.  I Don't Wanna Be The One  
4.  Walk Away  
5.  Young Again  
6.  Family Tree  
7.  Banana  
8.  If Baby's Gone  
9.  If You Want Me To  
10.  Sweeter Love  
11.  Paragraph  
12.  Hourglass  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: April 24, 2004 at 14:03
They have a shimmering quality in their music, endearing vocal harmonies, and a simplistic yet edgy guitar tone. Whatever label you want to put on these guys, one thing sticks.. they are sooo melodic, and despite being of a modern rock persuasion, they easily find a home here.

From: ink Date: September 11, 2004 at 19:26
despite not being from N.Carolina, i still find this band to be very high in depth and a definite ear grabber...they need 1 thing and thats to be reconized.....i'd love to see them live...they are definitly melodic....a good idea for them would be to have a bunch of free shows for small audiences in states across USA....Rhode island being one of them.... every summer we have a free summer concert series sponsered by WBRU....and Athenaeum would be a great contrabution to the stage......later.....

From: Steve.T Date: December 25, 2004 at 7:12
These guys were always playing Amos' in Charlotte when I was living there. I never did get to see them....which is a shame as I love their stuff. You can't fault their work ethic, though....they put the work in to the touring schedule, I just think that the over saturation of this kind of stuff on US radio meant they could never get a foothold. I hope they are still a going concern.

From: Geoff Date: March 22, 2005 at 5:48
Now this one has me asking questions. I strongly agree that bands like this should be on this site- modern, but undoubtedly still strong on melody and good rock songs. I only wonder why the likes of similar bands like Familiar 48, Pay the Girl, Bliss 66 etc. are not featured here? I'm easy, not on anyone's case but I think there are a lot of new melodic hard rock discs being overlooked. As for this, this is pretty cool. Also a bit like 3rd Degree. Mellow, moody and catchy in places, but patchy.

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