Dropbox review by Dropbox

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  • Released: Apr 13, 2004
  • Sound: 8
  • Lyrics: 10
  • Overall Impression: 8
  • Reviewer's score: 8.7 Superb
  • Users' score: 7.7 (6 votes)
Dropbox: Dropbox
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Sound — 8
Dropbox is a very talented rock band that sounds awsome. Every part of this album (guitar, bass, drums, vocals) sounds great, and is very original. All of the songs on this album are unique in style and sound. The only problem with it, is that a lot of the songs follow the same song set-up (short intro, verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, chorus, outro). Other than that, I have no complaints. As for their music style/sound, no one could explain it better than the CD's co-producer: "Their sound is a great blend of modern and classic rock with a very heavy and soulful bluesy vibe." - Sully Erna, Godsmack.

Lyrics — 10
The vocals on this album are the most impressive part. John Kosco, the band's lead singer is unbeleivable. He can hit any note, and hold it for any amount of time. His voice is also difficult to desribe, especially since its so different. It's powerfull and "whiskey soaked." This guys voice is just amazing, and it works perfect with their style of music. As for lyric writting, Dropbox deos one hell of a job. Every song on the album has a great story or deep meaning to it.

Overall Impression — 8
This is Dropbox's debut album, and it is quite an impressive one. If all the next are anywhere nere this ones geatness, these guys will become a household name. Every song kicks butt, but my personal favorites are Wishbone, Nowhere Man, and End of Days. If nothing else every rock fan should buy this CD just for those songs. Dropbox has losts of talent, and should be checked out by all.

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