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Stereo Rodeo Import

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A New Rusted Root June 2 2009
By Michael Hogan - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Rusted Root seems to change their music from album to album while keeping true to what has made them successful. Stereo Rodeo is no exception. There is a definite shift in style, but I can still tell it's Rusted Root. The change in style is not a bad thing, and I suppose it's less of a style change than style honing.

The cover of Suspicious Minds is fantastic. The saxophone is unexpected but fits perfectly. Dance In The Middle is a nice throwback evoking memories of the Cruel Sun album and seems to be Root's token country pounder (Rain, Virtual Reality, Kill You Dead). Bad Son is a good and not-at-all subtle political rocker. Perhaps my favorite part of the album is the bookmarking of the mellow Stereo Rodeo with the Santana-esque jams Driving One and Driving Two.

Overall, the album is great. Probably 4.5 stars, but I'll throw in the extra .5 star versus taking it away. The album may lack some jams and is a bit slower than previous Root, but this fine band continues to make good music, even in the face of constant band member changes. I can tell that the style honing is due to the loss of some band members and the addition of new ones.

I recommend Stero Rodeo. You will quickly be adding a handful of these songs to your mp3 player.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
solid album May 26 2009
By blue canary - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Finally, a new Rusted Root album! While not as exuberant as some of their early work or as innovative as Welcome to My Party, Stereo Rodeo is still entertaining and fun to listen to. Even though there's less "jam" to this album, you can still hear the strong percussion that drives Root's music. It's been great to hear the band's evolution, since not every group can change so much and still sound like themselves (it helps that Mike has such a recognizable voice!). "Bad Son" is my particular favorite on the album. My only complaint is that I want to hear more of Liz!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Stereo Rodeo is awesome. March 3 2009
By Mark A. Straub - Published on
Excellent album. Rusted Root is still as amazing as they were when they started about 20 years ago.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Excellent May 23 2009
By Joe K. IV - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Nothing to say that hasn't been said already. This disc was well worth the wait. It contains a nice mix of styles from past albums as well as more recent. Don't hesitate to grab this one. I also liked the personal touch of the album cover, a painting by lead singer Michael Glabicki.
Worst Effort to Date..... Sept. 7 2010
By Keith Langkan - Published on
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I have been a RR fan since 1993, have seen them live over 20 times and have actually hung out with Glabecki when he did a solo show near me. This being said, I can say that I have loved every one of their albums, until now. This new album is just boring, lacking energy and downright cheesy at times. Songs like "Animals Need Touch" are awful and belong on a Discovery channel parody. "Garbage Man" is just that, Garbage, Man! The remake of Suspicious Minds is pretty cool and there are one or two others that are decent. I am not sure what happened here. Losing the valuable member may have led to writing distress. I dont know. I hope the next album is much better.