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“Echoes From The Underground”
The “Echoes of the Underground” record is a reinvigorated sound of the old pros. Vertical
Horizon’s new album demonstrates to the listener that age is only a number. And in doing so they are
showing the shock-pop culture world that manners and decency hasn’t died. For the long-term fan you
can relax and breathe easy. The tone is set with ‘You Never Let Me Down.’ This somewhat teases the
audience. The opening and continuing rhythms will have you thinking you may be listening to an upbeat
inspirational song. But, Matt Scannell with his unique poetry style sings a tune of the emotional
distances we force upon ourselves. Things may appear swell and happy-go-lucky but sometimes we
punish ourselves over our own personalities.
A song that stands out of the pack for me is called ‘Instamatic.’ It isn’t your typical heartache or
yuppie-relationship song. The tune depicts a person being completely fooled. First, a person leads them
into a false sense of security. Second, he gets tricked by his own feelings. The instrumental ingenuity of
the song became dialed up when VH had drumming virtuoso Neil Peart add his flavor to the track. This
gave it a groovy head-bopping jam experience for the listener to dance around too.
The album is a highly mastered well-produced treat that combines the loaded experience of
Vertical Horizon’s tenure in the music industry. The band didn’t reach back to the root of their talent.
No, they added nutrients to make those roots such a greater source for their creativity and originality.
And in creating such music they gave their fans a level of satisfaction to rejoice for years to come. For
someone who is new to the alternative rock scene this will be a great album to gateway their ever
POP DEFLATORS RECOMMENDS: “Echo”