Nick Cappelletti, Songs Almost Lost
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- On: July 11th, 2010
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Pop Songs Almost Lost from O.C. rocker Nick Cappelletti into your CD player and you’re instantly transported to 1994, for better or worse. Seriously. You’ve got the baritone vocal of Crash Test Dummies, the melancholy of Soundgarden, and a drive towards Metallica rolled up into one album. Some people will love it, some people will hate it, but no matter how you feel about it, you can’t deny this shit takes you back.
The instruments carry nicely throughout the album, though there’s something bizarrely restrained about the whole ordeal. It’s like the calm before the storm; I was confused and a little disoriented by the absence of guitar shredding and screaming And although, at times, the tracks feel forced and a bit too robotic for harder rock, lovely gems such as the slow-dance “Fireflies” help break up the intensity of Cappelletti’s vocals and lyrics.
It’s worth a listen, it really is, and not just for Cappelletti’s hauntingly lovely deep baritone; it’s a testament to this guy’s exceeding potential as an artist. I look forward to hearing more.
Songs Almost Lost is now available for sale on iTunes, and you can drop by Nick’s MySpace at http://www.myspace.com/nickcappelletti
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