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Carrie’s guitar twang and shakes are what defines the alt-country sound of Limbeck.
Let Me Come Home starts out with no doubt that Limbeck are hitting the alt-country twang hard on “People Don’t Change.” Though “People Don’t Change” may be slightly repetitive on the title, it gives you your initial impression (if you are agnostic) of what’s in store for the next twelve songs.(Politics),” which sounds more like a solo song than a CPIK song.Musically, f you're a fan of Hey Mercedes, you'll find plenty to enjoy on .They wrote a handful of songs and played a few shows in and around Chicago before sort of fading back into the darkness.Now, three years after their presumed dissolution (or at the very least, extended hiatus), the band are finally releasing their nine-song, 28-minute album, originally recorded in 2009 and mastered in 2010, and it serves as an interesting road marker for Nanna's songwriting.Too often, the band don't seem confident in the material.
The parts are pretty, but many of the songs feel like leftovers from Nanna's more prolific songwriting years.
Limbeck keeps the beat going on “Long Way To Go,” but it isn’t until “Everyone’s In the Parking Lot” that Limbeck begins to show their true glorious colors.
“Everyone’s In the Parking Lot” begins innocently enough with Mac Lean taking the vocal lead and is accompanied by mandolin (?
The end product is thirteen songs that clearly travel the route staked out on Hi, Everything’s Great, but exist with clearly attention to consistency across the tracks.
That is, Hi, Everything’s Great has its brilliant moments, but Let Me Come Home has at least the same amount of stellar numbers but the drop offs aren’t as severe.
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