Living On The Other Side

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  • Summary: The quartet from San Diego, California, releases its sophomore album.
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  1. Uncut
    All elements are delivered with an easy, effortless roll--you suspect The Donkeys may turn out to be lions. [Oct 2008, p.83]
  2. What the record lacks in lyrical insight, it more than makes up for in charm, so settle back, open a bottle of Jack Daniel’s and make a toast to the good times.
  3. It’s this awareness that makes Living on the Other Side--on one level a pretty basic rock album that doesn’t surpass any of its predecessors--seem like something much, much more.
  4. While Living on the Other Side isn’t a particular complex record, I do think it’s one that requires a couple of listens to fully appreciate.
  5. If the songs weren’t quality, it would be easy to write these guys off, but the tunes on Living on the Other Side are enough to make me consider charging a few tanks of gas to the credit card and seeing the ocean. And that’s saying something.
  6. Living on the Other Side is a delightful slice of sunny, hazy, California rock, the perfect soundtrack to a lazy Sunday afternoon spent daydreaming.
  7. Under The Radar
    This is as rootsy as SoCal gets, but the originals are stiill more satisfying. [Fall 2008, p.89]

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