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Rapid Notion - Catapult Incisions
Dutch Incubus fans pay attention!!!! Your prayers have been answered, and the answer is called Rapid Notion. With their loud alternative music they can compete with the international topbands like Incubus, At.The.Drive.In, The Used and Finch. Not my style of music at all, but I�ll stick to the facts. Rapid Notion sounds like a combination of emo and rock with a hint of indie and grunge here and there. With a singer that sounds almost identical to Brandon Boyd of Incubus you make a good start. The two guitar players combine the power of their distorted riffs well with the emotional melodic parts. I�m just not really impressed by their bass player and their drummer. They sound all right, but not great, if you know what I mean. The songs vary from heavy poprock to emotional acoustic parts which is, according to their biography, just like life itself. Fast, quiet, slow, heavy and it can all change in a second. That�s actually all I can say about the album, because it�s not my style at all as I mentioned earlier. So just go and check it out, if you�re into Incubus, you�ll probably like this too. Line-up: Rai � vocals Robert � guitar Mark � guitar Dennis � bass Guus � drums Tracklist: 1. Far & Gone 2. 2000 And 3. In This Mess 4. Mirror 5. No Time 6. Signs (Calib 3) 7. Next To Nothing 8. A Familiar Call 9. Circle 10. Biology 11. Gravity Crashes Score: 77/100
Rapid Notion - Catapult Incisions
77/1001Details Seamiew Records
Released on Tuesday Nov 30th, -0001

Writer @DemonDust on Thursday May 20th, 2004

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