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Life Moves On (2001)

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History lesson time: The drop-d style of tuning in guitars and bass was a huge element in the grunge music revolution of the early 90's. Groups such as Alice in Chains, Stone Temple Pilots, Soundgarden, and Pearl Jam made millions while the band who pioneered the style was consigned to obscurity.

That band, of course, was King's X. It is no coincidence that bassist Jeff Ament (Pearl Jam) wears King's X shirts while performing, and that Alice in Chains was once their opening band. The reason I mention any of this is that Life Moves On, the latest album by Feezel, is a throwback to that sound. To their credit, they acknowledge that debt by thanking King's X in their liner notes.
Life Moves On is very much a return to the early 90's. 'It's You,' 'Off Track,' 'Strong Tower,' and 'She Still Believes' all are done in the style of Alice in Chains, with the occasional Metallica or Extreme riff thrown in. 'Alone' could be a Soundgarden song, and 'Reprobate' is a Collective Soul meets Rage Against the Machine rant against those who say one thing, and do another.

If you drink a lot of coffee, wear flannel shirts, and think the loud music of the 90's was the best, this CD should be in your collection. - Brian Smith
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