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The Generationals - When They Fight, They Fight
Jun 02, 2011
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Why do we like this?

New Orleans duo Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer are two guys that make the twist "˜n' shout of the late 1960s even more enrapturing and joyful than typical sunshine pop bands nowadays. Even though Con Law was released in 2009, this campy 10-track album seems more relevant now than ever before, with stories of loneliness and shaky relationships intertwined with sweet melodies and time-capsulated rhythms

. Con Law sounds as familiar as a stack of slightly scuffed 45s, and doesn't really give much of a choice but to get up and dance your heart out.

Songs like the horn-laden "Nobody Could Change Your Mind" and the Motown girl-group sensibility of "When They Fight, They Fight," articulate their modern approach to the best of vintage rock and show their appreciation for a bygone era. 

The pleasantries of this album are not limited and the lyrical flirtations can cause you to feel like a high schooler again, but realistically, who doesn't enjoy some sweet resonant sounds of a cherished "˜60s LP?

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