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Whatever Happened To P.J. Sole

Local H Audio CD
4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
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1. Where Are They Now?
2. Everyone Alive
3. California Songs
4. Dick Jones
5. Money On The Dresser
6. P.J. Soles
7. How's The Weather Down There?
8. Buffalo Trace
9. Heaven On The Way Down
10. Hey, Rita
11. Heavy Metal Bakesale
12. Mellowed
13. That's What They All Say
14. Halycon Days (Where Were You Then?)

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Ori. Release '04 from the Alternative Rock band, includes "Hey Rita" and "California Songs", which have become staples at many of Local H's live performances.

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5.0 out of 5 stars just kick ass July 5 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
every song on this disc rocks....especially buffalo trace or whiskey as singer/asskicker Scott Lucas referred to it in a recent live performance at a chicago suburb...money on the dresser also beats ass...this has to be the most underrated band ever...paired with Lucas' guitar Brian St.Clair's drumming is just top notch...their songs aren't radio friendly(it's true to an extent)but radio isn't Local H friendly so who cares
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4.0 out of 5 stars How are YOU going to live at forty? June 8 2004
Format:Audio CD
Its been almost eight years since Local H flirted with the mainstream with their hit single "Bound for the Floor(The Copacetic Song)" off their 1996 record "As Good As Dead". But as weird as it sounds, even though they've retreated from rock stardom and major labels(they were dropped by Island in 1998 while their record "Pack Up The Cats" was heading UP the charts.), Local H apparently are just getting better.
After 2002's scattershot "Pack Up The Zoo", which found lead singer/ multi-instrumental Scott Lucas reminscing on his brief shot of fame, "Whatever Happenend to P.J Soles" is a strong stellar album from start to finish.
If you were down with Local H back in the late ninties, then you know what you're going to get here. Fourteen tracks that bridge punk's anger and metals love of volume. Though they were often slagged with Bush and Silverchair as another Nirvana clone, Local H were always less into being artsy and more into rocking.
Scott Lucas dead pan lyrical deliver and sense of humor are back in fine force, ecspeccially on the mid west anthem "California Songs", where he wails against California and New York bands, is equal parts anthemic and funny. The title cut, "P.J. Soles" takes the idea of reminscing to another level, writing a love song for a girl he saw in the movies and wondering where she is at now. "Hey Rita" should be a huge single if it weren't so murky sounding(in a good way): catchy, raw and never boring. They even continue to flirt a little bit with the stoner rock vibe on the ten minute plus "Buffalo Trace", which is instantly reminscent of "Here Comes the XZoo"'s two best songs, "Hands of the Bible" and "What Would You Have Me Do?
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5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME ALBUM! May 28 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This album is an awesome piece of work by a band that has stuck to their guns and not sold out! The style is great, and the sarcastic, dark humor that is so typical of Local H is all there! Wonderful, I'd give it 10 stars if I could!
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5.0 out of 5 stars CHA!!! May 19 2004
Format:Audio CD
what can i say? local H hasnt let me down before and they certainly arent about to start on this album. i have to say that scott lucas has come quite a long way since hamfisted in the songwriting department. the vocals the lyrics and the oh so sweet guitar riffs and licks. (the solo in buffalo trace is one of the best i've heard in awhile). st. clair is clearly no stranger to the danger either, while i miss joe daniels, st. clair has defintely proven himself as one of rocks heavyweight drummers. highlight tracks: where are they now?, dick jones, money on the dresser, buffalo trace, hey rita, heavy metal bakesale, mellowed, and, that's what they all say.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 50 STARS May 13 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
The best album (besides William Hung, of course) in the past two years.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best rock albums in years!!!!!!!!! May 11 2004
Format:Audio CD
If you like your rock hard and straight forward with no bs, look no further. I believe this is a band that just keeps getting better and better. True, they may not be changing their sound much, but this album is the best they've ever done. I was blown away by Here Comes The Zoo, after not being all that impressed by Pack Up the Cats, but i just couldn't believe the album. Every track rocks and deserves to be played LOUD! Yes they do get constantly compared to Nirvana, and deservably so at times, but they also have a 70's hard rock influence as well, hence Buffalo Trace during the slow parts. This is the standout track on the album for me, it's kinda like two songs in one, it's slow and kinda psychedellic, and get's fast and heavy at the end. Even at over 10 minutes, the song still never seems to overstay it's welcome. Other great tracks are Money on the Dresser, Hey, Rita, That's What They All Say, Heaven on the Way Down,and How's the Weather Down There? California Songs, is a great choice for a single, it's catchy and creative as well. Halycon Days is a perfect closing track for the album, after ending which exploding climax of That's What They All Say. IF anyone was into Local H at anytime, definitely pick this up, even if you don't hear any songs off this album on the radio. You won't be disappointed! Also, if anyone is looking for one of the few great straight ahead hard rock bands of this time, this is it!!! Check them out, they truly deserve it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars not many rock bands left May 5 2004
By casimir
Format:Audio CD
Having been listening to music for about 15 years now I have seen "rock" music take many different radio faces. Local H has stood their ground, kept their sound and continue to make quality ablums. I think Whatever Happened to P.J. Soles is threir best ablum yet.

this ablum starts out with some of the best songs they've ever written. It stays hard and fast through the first half and then slows down with some more mellow tracks but picks up again at the end.

Bravo Local H. They're one of the only good rock bands out there and they're still making kick ###!!! songs. If you like their previous work then don't hesitate one second to get this one.
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