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Audio CD, March 30, 2010
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Previously available only at their live shows, Mix Tape is a collection of songs recorded in two days somewhere in New York by the hit making ensemble The Felice Brothers as an effort to help take care of some financial problems. It's an enticing buy for all music lovers. Released on the band s label, New York Pro and produced by Jeremy Backofen the Searcher (Yonder Is the Clock and The Felice Brothers).
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I really love these guys. There isn't anyone out there quite like them. Dr. Dog and The Avett's come close, I guess. But The Felice Bros. have a dark side to them (not unlike Springsteen's Nebraska) that makes me want to go on a road trip with them, see the country & raise some hell.
Buy this album (and all their others)! It's a great highway companion.
Mixtape is awful. Dreadful. Cringe-inducing. High school talent show runner-up worthy. None of the cleverness or catchiness of their better work, lots of noise but no energy. They sound drunk.
My advice is this: if you've heard some good things about these guys and are ready to buy one of their albums, don't think, "well, this is their most recent one, maybe this is the one I should get." You might write them off and miss out on the brilliant music they've created.