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Press Reviews : the Euphobia Album

 

"The CD sounds great... a great new band, if you get the chance go see them... I've added the [Unabashedly] Political Song and Emerald to the Sirius database and playing them on Celtic Crush...  Great stuff" - Larry Kirwan, host, Sirius XM Satellite Radio, New York City

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"My point is, no novice was involved in the making of “Downhill”. No, what we have here is a conscious plan to create an agitated state of sound that fits the band’s lyrical message, and Chris and the fellows have pulled it off with precision, energy and conviction."  - Marty Peters, Recording Magazine

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"VoodooLoons have blended a multitude of influences across genres to capture a unique sound of their own.  The Loons borrow sounds from traditional folk roots, psychedelic rock, funk, and strong overtones of early REM-style college rock... their musical appeal is as far stretching as their apparent influences."  - John Meyer, Music Reviewer, New York

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"The variety within Euphobia gives the feeling that each song has been meticulously crafted as opposed to just thrown together so that the band can rock out. This is an artist’s rock n’ roll band." - Jon Ostro, MicControl, Boston

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"Whether you’re on board with their message or not, Voodoo Loons’ grungy hard rock will surely hook you. Be afraid of the government, by all means. But do not fear the rock." - Kris Larson, Online Rock, San Francisco

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"As for Euphobia itself, <it> bears the mark of their musical and writing influences (Pixies, Jane's Addiction, Ray Davies, Bob Dylan, Paul Westerberg) focused through a soaring, careening Afghan Whigs-like Indie Rock sonic filter, resulting in the expansive sound of a major label album." - Brian Baker, CityBeat, Cincinnati

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