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Hyper Static Union - Entropy Automatic

Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2004
Label: Independent
Genre: Funk
Artist discography


Discography:Old school tracks (2003),Entropy Automatic (2004)
Bandmembers:Shawn Lewis - Vocals/Guitars,Bryan Albrechtson - Guitars,Ray Burnham - Drums,Mike Jackson - Bass
Influences:Lenny Kravitz,Stevie Wonder,Foo Fighters
Will appeal to fans of:Dave Matthews Band,Wil Seabrook,Dan Reed Network,Fusebox
Album tracks:Total length:52,12
1.Goin on up (4,42)
2.Seeing things (3,21)
3.The outside (3,44)
4.No captivity (3,36)
5.No longer (3,26)
6.Now that it?s over (4,15)
7.I?ve been told (3,39)
8.Find it in me (3,15)
9.I?m ready (3,44)
10.Falling back (4,41)
11.Gonna be alright (5,03)
12.True laugh (4,15)
13.Superstition (4,26)
Kaj?s final words:Funky and soulful modern rock with 3 way harmony vocals is what this cool new band called Hyperstatic Union delivers,you cannot fail with a supertight rhythm section and a great singer in Shawn Lewis.
Check out the splendid song "Right where you want to be" taken from their forthcoming major label album on Reunion records at their myspace site
Some choruses on this album has a slight touch of AOR too,isn?t that supercool?!
As a bonus,the band salutes their hero Stevie Wonder with a cover of his classic hit "Superstition".


Melodic Net Comments 

Jesus Ninja
pretty awesome album and band for that matter just seems kinda inconsistent, also it "Right where u want me" , got that CD to also awesome but look @ that review for opion on it, one song seems out of place, falling back. lol i had to look back up to the TOC to remember the name also, originaly no track 13 existed , superstition is on the newer version of it. i ahve the old version, wich kinda sucks, cuz their version of superstition is awesome- unless they get famous then i can sell it on e bay for lots, to some really enthusiastic fan...