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Saturday, February 27, 2010


HOOKA HEY (2008)
320 KBPS

Spotted when they were still called Sentenza, the roots trio Hooka Hey gives us a clever mix of 70's rock and folk that reminds us of great old ones such as Led Zeppelin (Dead Ringer), Neil Young (Standing on the Outside) or Bruce Springsteen (Black Eye). That doesn't mean that the Frenchies do nothing but rely on their influences. Sure, the lads are not what we'd call original but they're skilled and entertaining enough to just be labelled as copycats and their debut album, produced by a Steve Albini disciple (Lionel Darenne) shows many promises as what their future will be made of. And it's not the magnificent ballad that A Brand New Place is that will deny them to consider the path ahead of them as golden. Actually, would they had been from a more credible rock nation, they would probably already been, if not popular, at least praised by those who make a band hype.
Don't miss your chance to discover a good little band that has no other ambition but to please you and do that perfectly.

1. Untitled
2. Dead Ringer
3. Standing On The Outside
4. Attraction
5. Kabuki
6. A Brand New Place
7. Black Eye
8. You Turn
9. Roof Garden
10. Peel
11. Chance
12. The Curse
13. Rely

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