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Jacksons Warehouse stores a cornucopia of unlikely influences to produce music that is simultaneously scuzzy, grungy, rocking and folky. The set feels like a personal baring of the soul.

1 MP3 Songs in this album (3:12) !
Related styles: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Pop: British Pop, Featuring Guitar

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" Jacksons Warehouse stores a cornucopia of unlikely influences to produce music that is simultaneously scuzzy, grungy, rocking and folky. The set feels like a personal baring of the soul. It's a tradition at Pogues gigs for the audience to form an arm-in-arm circle jumping and kicking to the beat. That's the uplift that Jacksons Warehouse might just emulate one of these days. Not just a dream, but a band in the spotlight forming a new religion. "

" Twin vocals intone and respond in blues melodies cracked with emotion and ciggies. Guitars are a roller-coaster of floating tingles, diabolic sludge chords, waspy angst drizzles, staccato flourishes. Bass hammers out iron Beelzebub pitchforks in a forge of deep evil tunes. Emotion-drenched drums panic from explosion to implosion. Tortured anthems accelerate to a fresh crescendo of extreme care every 8 bars. Lyrics suggest mature reflection: "Spare a thought for the broken hearted" and "The kids won't listen to just one reason". There are echoes of the good, the bad and the ugly in Jackson Warehouse, backwards from Nirvana to REM to Joy Division to The Godfathers to Rockpile to Doctor Feelgood. "

" Jackson Warehouse skilfully present the twin faces of fresh dirt and polished accomplishment. It's rock 'n' roll with urgency and emotional damage, swagger and tears, check shirts and army pants. Cowboys lonesome on the trail and thinking 'bout their certain females. "

" A unique blend of folk-, punk- and blues-rock. "

" The vocal pairing is superb, earnest assurance shared between the dedicated singer and front guitar man. There's genuine passion to the melodies and harmonies, and an impressive solo vocal and guitar piece with the breezy earnestness of Squeeze's Glenn Tilbrook. Guitars also form a quality double act, with Wedding Present styled duelling, electric folksy strumming, solos that fiddle and squiggle, squeal and rasp, plus blues-outs, mournful minor chords and wild drizzle lines. Bass speaks in lolloping couplets and insistent punchlines. Drumming is a cymbal and snare collision, with snare pulled away for the quieter passages."

" There are lots of lyrical references to seventies songs here: straightforward cuts "I sometimes wish I'd never been born at all" and "You look like you want it, don't you". Remarks that fall somewhere between bubblegum and social critique "I've got a great big car and a three-day weekend". Invitations to the band's world: "The walls have ears, they speak their minds" and "There's a whole big scene where it's not supposed to be⦠my hometown". Add to that some fine pop hooks that seem to have stylistic links as varied as The Byrds and Fleetwood Mac - songs like "Dry Your Eyes", hooks like "Stay, I can make you happy". Well-used lines, but used well. It's hard to find comparisons with the Jacksons Warehouse sound, but flavours vary from the Ramones to the Levellers to REM - that's one hell of a variation. "




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