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Infernophonic: Spark It Up

The multi-gender quartet Infernophonic welds its classic-rock influences into a modern sound that fuses Zeppelin with the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Think Wolfmother fronted by Heart's Wilson sisters. Although the hype surrounding this New Jersey-based band is a little excessive Guitar World raved Spark It Up "will remind you of when music was played by bands," and the press materials accompanying the debut claim Infernophonic "burn away the conventions and pretensions of an ailing industry" there is a real meat-and-potatoes attitude happening here. Elaine Tuttle's soulful, tough-chick vocals (which have drawn comparisons to Ann Wilson and Grace Slick) perfectly suit this swaggering, sometimes sludgy swirl of melodic, funky hard rock that even the Rage Against the Machine-like finale "Eye of the Jedi" can't deter.

Track Listing:
1) Anyone Else
2) Say Whatcha Mean
3) Middle of the Road
4) Karmakaze
5) Take Aim
6) Thank You
7) Invisible Slaves
8) Be Here Now
9) Hear Me
10) We Don't Need It
11) Yeah Yeah Yeah
12) Eye of the Jedi

Added: July 14th 2008
Reviewer: Michael Popke
Related Link: Infernophonic on
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Language: english

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